Child Health Partnership

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world, indeed it is the only thing that ever has.” — Margaret Mead

Other Ways to Make a Gift
We rely on individuals, foundations and businesses for a majority of our budgetary needs. Following is an outline of the various ways in which you can provide a gift in support to your community.
The Annual Appeal is an important component to the ongoing operations of the Garden. By making a gift through the Annual Appeal, you are ensuring the continued health of our organization and the continuing outreach and education programs we have in place. Annual Appeal Gifts are fully tax deductible as allowed by law.

Each year, Child Health Partnership requires additional funding for special programing. This provides opportunities for underwriting or sponsorship by individuals or businesses who would like to assist us in our fundraising by alleviating costs to our bottom line. If you are interested in receiving a current list of available underwriting and sponsorship opportunities, please contact Jon: (434) 964-4700.

Planned giving is an important way through which individuals can provide support to organizations about which they care. It is through planned giving programs that a donor can work with a charitable organization to develop a strategic gift program through his/her estate plan. A planned gift can be a simple bequest or a complex charitable trust. They are not only extremely important to the non-profit organization for which they are designed but can be beneficial as well to the donor and his/her heirs. If you are interested in discussing a planned gift to Child Health Partnership, please contact our office so we can help determine the most appropriate vehicle to meet your philanthropic and estate planning interests.

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NAP: The Neighborhood Assistance Act Tax Credit Program. The purpose of the Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP) is to encourage businesses, trusts and individuals to make donations to approved 501(c) (3) organizations for the benefit of low-income persons. In return for their contributions, businesses, trusts and individuals may receive tax credits equal to 65 percent of the donation that may be applied against their state income tax liability. Contact Jon Nafziger 434-7964-4700 or email Jon

Interested in making a stock gift?
Join Our Legacy Society – Planned Giving and Estate Planning

Child Health Partnership’s goal is to build healthy communities where we live and work through the health and wellbeing of our children.

A planned gift is a great way to ensure that future generations will continue to be assisted with the basic needs to become resilient members of our community.

These gifts are structured to help you realize the full range of the tax and income incentives provided by law to encourage your charitable giving.

If you have already made a provision for Child Health in your estate plan, please let us know so that we may acknowledge your gift. Thank you!

However you choose to give, we are grateful for your investment in our communities’ future. 

Looking Forward

The staff at Child Health can help you plan for tomorrow and receive maximum benefits today. If you have questions about planned giving options, or if you would like to make a gift please contact us at (434)964-4700.

We strongly recommend that you consult with your attorney, accountant and/or financial advisor in evaluating which options might be appropriate for you and in implementing a planned gift. 

Gift Type Description Our Benefit
Leave certain assets to Child Health Partnership in your will. Sample Bequest Language:
Bequests I bequeath to Child Health Partnership (Tax Identification Number 26-2499048), a nonprofit organization located in Charlottesville, VA
• The sum of __________ dollars; or
• All the rest, residue, and remainder of my estate; or
• An amount equal to _____ percent of the net value of my estate.
Bequests enable us to plan for future projects and activities. Anyone considering such a gift should consult with the staff.
Charitable IRA Rollover Individuals who are at least 70 1/2 years old may transfer up to $100,000 from a traditional or Roth IRA to a 501(c)3 public charity. This can be a benefit if you have a highly funded IRA. Funds assist may assist the Child Health with meeting immediate needs or you may direct funds for future programing and services.
Charitable Remainder Trust Place your assets in a trust, managed by an outside trustee. The trust pays you income during your lifetime, after which the remaining assets are donated to Child Health. Trust proceeds support Child Health and enable us to incorporate your donation into endowments or other projects that may be directed by you.
Charitable Lead Trust Annual income from a trust is paid to us during your lifetime, after which the remaining principle is given to a non-charitable beneficiary (or beneficiaries) such as children. Annual payments from the trust can support programs as you so direct.

Note: This information is intended as general information, not specific legal or financial advice. You should consult your financial and/or legal adviser as to which options may be most beneficial for you.