Using our online form is fast, easy and secure. Your gift will make a difference in the lives of people living with Alzheimer's disease and support research to improve treatment, care and prevention. Donations are tax-deductible.
Donate by phone:
Donate by mail:
Alzheimer's Association and
Greater Richmond Chapter
4600 Cox Road, Suite 130
Glen Allen, VA 23060
Click here to download our Contribution Form.
The Alzheimer's Association Greater Richmond Chapter is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Any contribution is 100% tax deductible to the extent provided by law. Eighty percent of chapter expenditures go toward supporting programs and services, research and advocacy for Greater Richmond Chapter service area families.
The Alzheimer's Association Greater Richmond Chapter depends on the financial support of the communities we serve to insure the programs and services we provide. Your investment in the Chapter will help the more than 26,000 local people with Alzheimer's and their caregivers, families and friends who are directly affected by this disease. Yearly gifts from individuals are a critical source of support. Gifts may be made by cash, credit card or check. Gifts of appreciated stock are also welcome. All Annual Gifts are acknowledged as they are received.
Other Ways to Give
Multi-Year Giving Society
We are very grateful to those who choose to make a multi-year commitment to the Chapter. This on-going support provides the Chapter a reliable and consistent source of income. Multi-year donations are solicited as part of our "Reason to Hope" Fundraising Breakfast. Find out more about the Breakfast by clicking here. To become a member of the "Reason to Hope" Multi-Year Giving Society, click here for pledge card.
Fighting Alzheimer's With Your Gift of Stock
The Alzheimer's Association's work to advance care, support and research has always been powered by generous people like you. Donating your stock or securities is an excellent way to support our mission while providing you with potential tax benefits.
It is safe and easy to transfer securities electronically from your account to the Alzheimer's Association's account.
Here's how to donate your stock:
- Please notify the Alzheimer's Association
Notify us in advance of your stock transfers so that we can instruct our broker to accept delivery of your gift and acknowledge it properly for income tax purposes. You can e-mail, fax or mail the Stock Gift Form* to:
Attn: Joseph Dominguez/Donor Services
225 North Michigan Ave., Fl. 17
Chicago, IL 60601-7633
2. Inform your broker
Let your broker know that you would like to make a stock gift to the
Alzheimer's Association. Provide your broker with
the Stock Gift Form* or the following information:
Broker: Mesirow Financial
Account Name: Alzheimer's Association
Account Number: WMP003607
DTC Number: 0226
If you have any questions, please call Joseph Dominguez at 312-335-4070.
*You will need Adobe Acrobat to view and print this form.
Plan to Leave a Legacy of Hope
Including the Alzheimer's Association Greater Richmond Chapter in your will or through other planned gifts enables the Chapter to have the financial support to cope with anticipated needs of our community in coming years.
The Alzheimer's Association Planned Giving Guide provides information about:
- The many planned giving opportunities available, including charitable gift annuities, gifts through your will, gifts of life insurance and charitable trusts.
- How planned giving can help you maintain financial independence through significant income and tax-saving benefits.
- How to use our Gift Calculator to determine how a planned gift would fit into your financial strategy.
- How planning the management and distribution of your assets during your lifetime and beyond helps ensure our vision of a world without Alzheimer's.
Below is sample bequest language you can take to your attorney:
"I, (name), of (city, state, zip), bequeath a sum equal to $_____, or an amount equal to _____ percent of my net probate estate passing under this will (i.e., ten percent of the amount remaining after payment of debts, funeral expenses, allowances, exemptions and charges of administration) to Alzheimer's Association Greater Richmond, Inc. to be used in accordance with its sole discretion."
The Founders Society
The Founders Society is an honorary society created by the Alzheimer's Association as a way of honoring those who make a bequest or lifetime gift. As a Founders Society member, you become eligible to receive the following:
- Special mailings about the Association and the disease, including updates and research advances in the fight against Alzheimer's Disease
- When substantial estate planning and tax issues arise, we will provide you with information about those changes and how they affect you.
- By informing us of your estate plan arrangements (click here to get the enrollment form), you will automatically be enrolled in The Founders Society.
Thank you for considering helping to fund our mission as part of your legacy.
Memorials and Tributes
Click here to view list of memorials and tributes.
The Alzheimer's Association Greater Richmond Chapter is a member of the Community Health Charities of Virginia (CHC). Through CHC, we participate in many workplace campaigns which normally take place in the fall.The following information should be helpful should you wish to support the Greater Richmond Chapter:
Combined Virginia Campaign Code #6093
Combined Federal Campaign Code #88396
Local Government Campaign Code #6002
For all of these campaigns, we recommend that you check your campaign booklet regarding the number - check the listing for Alzheimer's Association Greater Richmond Chapter.
In the Richmond area, CHC-VA sponsors workplace campaigns in several companies. If your company is one of these sites, look for Alzheimer's Association Greater Richmond Chapter in the CHC-VA or company brochure.
Many United Ways also support donor option in their workplace campaigns. These programs are not always advertised by United Way solicitors. The Greater Richmond Chapter's code for the United Way of Greater Richmond and Petersburg is #3015. It is suggested that you also write in Alzheimer's Association Greater Richmond Chapter.
Click here for information.
For additional information on ways to help the Greater Richmond Chapter, please contact Sandy Grady, Director of Constituent Events, at 804-967-2517 or Email: email@example.com.