There are a multitude of ways to support the Vail Valley Foundation. Please review the options below and choose what works best for you!
Make an online donation today or send a check to the Vail Valley Foundation at PO Box 6550, Avon, CO, 81620. Or connect with us by phone at 970.777.2015 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up your one-time or recurring gift.
ANNUAL GIVING/VVF GENERAL FUND
By donating at a certain level, you may have access to unlimited skiing, private ski instructor days, First Light, First Tracks, priority ticketing for Amp Summer Concerts, VIP parking, tickets to the Vail Dance Festival, Vilar Performing Arts Center and more! Click here to explore the various giving levels.
*Restrictions may apply to receiving benefits if donors are giving through a donor-advised fund, private foundation, charitable trust or matching gift. Please contact your tax advisor with questions.
Donation of stock is one of the most tax-smart ways to give, allowing you to avoid capital gains tax. To make a stock gift, please contact the VVF at 970.777.2015 or email email@example.com. Please note that it is important to notify us prior to any stock transfer in order for us to properly identify and acknowledge your gift.
To make a donation via wire transfer, please contact the VVF at 970.777.2015 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make an impact with a future gift. Generosity comes in many forms, and it’s often the best way for you to support important causes that matter the most in your life. When you make a planned gift to the VVF, you leave a lasting legacy. Click here to learn more.
VOLUNTEER WITH US
Volunteers play a critical role in our ability to achieve our mission. To date, we have more than 1,000 active volunteers working in various capacities throughout the year. As our organization continues to grow and expand, so does our need for additional volunteer support. Click here to learn more.
If a donor is giving to VVF through an entity in which you have already received a tax-deduction, such as a Private Foundation, DAF, Charitable Trust and/or if a portion of your gift is being made through a Matching Gifts Program, there may be restrictions specific to receiving benefits. Please contact your tax-adviser if you have questions regarding your specific situation. The Vail Valley Foundation cannot knowingly facilitate a donor receiving an improper tax deduction or other benefit nor can we knowingly accept a gift that would result in impermissible private inurement or private benefit, an “excess benefit transaction” (as defined in section 4958 of the Internal Revenue Code), or self-dealing (as defined in section 4941 of the Internal Revenue Code).