How You Can Support the Village
The Village strives to create a supportive neighborhood where older residents thrive and are a vital thread in the fabric of our community. Currently we serve 150 members in the Cleveland Park and Woodley Park neighborhoods through organized social activities and direct assistance for those that need it.
The Village is a volunteer led 501c3 not-for-profit. Your tax-deductible contribution is an investment in our community and allows us to serve our neighbors by supporting the organization of events and volunteers.
There are many ways you can offer financial support for the Village. Your direct contribution by check or credit card is always welcome. To give by credit card, click the button and once you complete the form you will be taken to PayPal to complete your credit card transaction.
The Village also accepts donations by check. Please make payable to Cleveland & Woodley Park Village and mail to:
Cleveland & Woodley Park Village
PO Box 11231
Washington DC 20008
Here are other ways to give to the Village:
Donate through a workplace giving program such as Benevity
Designate the Village to receive direct distributions from your IRA to meet your required minimum distribution (if you are 70 1/2 or older)You can make a gift of publicly traded stock
Establish a charitable lead trust, which will allow the Village to receive income from stock or other assets for a defined period, after which the trust assets are distributed to your family or other beneficiaries of the trust
Consider contributing to the Village through a donor advised fund that you may establish with the Greater Washington Community Foundation or any other entity that administers such fund
We can provide questions and information you can share with your financial planner or attorney.
Interested in learning more about your donation options? Call us: 202-615-5853.
HAVE YOU THOUGHT ABOUT YOUR LEGACY?
If you believe in the values of the Village and would like to help us preserve them for future generations, consider joining the Village Legacy Society. Click here to learn more.