Monetary gifts that are unrestricted allow theVillage to use these resources where they are needed most. Alternatively, you may choose to direct your gift to a specific program or need. Our donation page allows you to choose. Annual gifts from individuals, foundations, churches, and corporations provide essential support for our mission. Donations support our programs and services including Residential Treatment Programs and the innovative therapies we provide, Outpatient Behavioral Services, Foster Care and Adoptions Services, our Out-of-School Time Programs and our Prevention Programs and Services.
Bequests, annuities, and other planned gifts help sustain theVillage programs from year to year, or provide funds for a specific one-time need. Legacy gifts typically benefit you, your family, and theVillage. To discuss your planned giving intent and options, contact the Development Office at 610-519-1657. For more information click here.
Gifts of appreciated stock typically benefit you from a tax perspective and provide vital support for the children and families receiving services from theVillage. If you would like to discuss a donation of stock, please contact Lynn Unipan, CFRE, Chief Development Officer, Gemma Services 610-825-4440, ext. 206 or [email protected].
Direct your United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey gift directly to theVillage at #1867. Gifts can also be designated for theVillage through other United Way regional offices in Delaware and Pennsylvania.
EITC (Educational Improvement Tax Credit)
TheVillage is approved as an Educational Improvement Organization by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. If you are a business that pays taxes in Pennsylvania, you can take advantage of this win-win program. Your gift to the to the educational program of our residential program can provide a tax credit for you of 75% to 90% of your gift, plus a charitable deduction for the remaining 10-25%. The easy application must be completed and submitted at the State admission deadline of July 1. Click to find out more on the PA EITC or call theVillage development office at 610-519-1657.