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There are many ways to support the compassionate work of Blue Ridge Hospice. The most popular way is by giving a gift.
Your gift will allow a patient to live their final months, weeks, or days free of pain, surrounded by the people they love, in the place they choose.
Blue Ridge Hospice is funded through various sources including Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance and private pay but there is a very significant gap between what is paid by these agencies and the services provided to patients and families.
We rely on contributions from individuals, businesses and foundations to cover expenses for those with no insurance or means to pay for our services, and to close the gap between insurance reimbursement and the actual cost of our care.
Ways To Give
Use a credit card or e-check by calling (540) 313-9200.
Send your check to:
Blue Ridge Hospice
333 W. Cork St, #405
Winchester, VA 22601
Donate Online →
Whether you choose to work directly with patients and families or volunteer in other ways, you’ll be making a difference in someone’s life.
Work With Us
You can be with them, every step of the way. Start a career at our not-for-profit, community-based hospice!
We hold a number of events that help support the work we do, encourage the community to get involved, and inspire others.
Types of Donations
Make a donation in memory of or in honor of someone (a great birthday or anniversary idea) online or by phone or provide the name and contact information of someone you’d like to notify of your contribution and we’ll send them a letter.
Annual Giving Club, “The Butterfly Club”
With the motto of “small gifts do amazing things” we believe if we all gave a little the cumulative total would be substantial.
Learn More About the Butterfly Club →
This thoughtful method of giving can be created as simply as adding a paragraph to a will. If you have remembered Blue Ridge Hospice in your Will or Revocable Living Trust, or are planning to, please let us know, we’d like to thank you now.
Stocks and Securities
Donations of appreciated stocks and securities are generally tax-deductible, both the stock’s original purchase cost as well as any “paper gain.” You may also be entitled to capital gains relief. If you own investments that are worth less than they originally cost, consider selling and making a charitable gift of the proceeds. This will result in a “financial loss” that you may be able to deduct from other taxable income.
At the time of death, qualified retirement plan assets may be subjected to both estate and deferred income tax, which combined can use up most of the funds. You can designate Blue Ridge Hospice as a tax-free beneficiary of the remainder of your IRA, tax-sheltered annuity, qualified pension or profit-sharing plan.
All gifts are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.