Donate to VSA Kentucky
The arts provide us with a universal language through which we communicate experiences and unite diverse cultures. Through the arts, VSA Kentucky provides opportunities for people with disabilities to be part of the life of their communities and make our world more accessible and enjoyable. Please consider helping VSA Kentucky to continue fulfilling its mission in one of the following ways:
Cash gifts are the simplest type of contribution. Please complete the PDF donation form and mail it in to VSA Kentucky.
Stocks and Bonds
Depending on your circumstances, it may be advantageous to make your donation in the form of appreciated securities. In most cases, this type of donation has the same tax-deductibility as cash gifts, while eliminating capital gains taxes.
Real Estate and Other Appreciated Property
Gifts of real estate and other properties can offer advantages similar to contributions of stocks and bonds. Be sure to call us to discuss any potential gifts of property.
You can remember VSA Kentucky in your will, either by a specific dollar amount or percentage, or as the residual beneficiary of your estate. A bequest can serve as an enduring memorial to the arts and to people with disabilities.
Make gifts in honor of or in memory of loved ones and friends.
Other Ways of Giving
There are several other ways to make a gift, while also receiving income from the gift throughout your lifetime, experiencing significant tax advantages, and meeting your philanthropic goals. We can meet with you and/or your financial adviser at your convenience to discuss these “life income” options.
If you would like to speak with someone about how you can get involved or want to learn more about your charitable giving options, please contact our Executive Director, Delaire Rowe at 270-904-7019 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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