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Voluntary Contributions

2014
Organizations Eligible for Voluntary Contributions

Virginia law allows taxpayers to voluntarily donate all or part of their income tax refund to one or more qualified organizations as approved by the General Assembly. Following is a brief description of the services provided by organizations eligible for voluntary contributions. For additional information, visit the organization's website or contact them at the address listed below. To make a contribution to any of these organizations on your tax return, see the instructions for Virginia Schedule VAC. You may also send your contributions directly to the organization.

Below are the organizations eligible for contributions. Click on the name of the organization for additional information.

Virginia Nongame & Endangered Wildlife Program Democratic Political Party Republican Political Party
U.S. Olympic Committee Virginia Housing Program Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services 
Community Policing Fund Virginia Arts Foundation Open Space Recreation & Conservation Fund
Chesapeake Bay Restoration Fund Family & Children’s Trust Fund Virginia’s State Forests Fund
 
Virginia’s Uninsured Medical Catastrophe Fund Historic Resources Fund Children of America Finding Hope
Home Energy Assistance Virginia Federation of Humane Societies
 
VA War Memorial Foundation & National D-Day Memorial Foundation
Tuition Assistance Grant Fund Spay and Neuter Fund Virginia Cancer Centers
Martin Luther King, Jr. Living History and Public Policy Center Virginia Military Family Relief Fund Celebrating Special Children
Public School Foundations Public Library Foundations  


 

Virginia Nongame & Endangered Wildlife Program (Code 60)

This fund provides for research, management, and conservation of nongame wildlife species and habitats, including those listed by state or federal agencies as Endangered or Threatened, and those identified as Species of Greatest Conservation Need in Virginia’s Wildlife Action Plan.

Department of Game & Inland Fisheries
Nongame & Endangered Wildlife Program
P.O. Box 11104
Richmond, VA 23230-1104
(804) 367-6913
www.dgif.virginia.gov

Political Party

Each taxpayer may contribute up to $25 to one of the following qualified parties: Democratic Party (Code 61) or Republican Party (Code 62).

U.S. Olympic Committee (Code 63)

A leader in the global Olympic Movement, the U.S. Olympic Committee challenges thousands of youth and adults to live healthier, more productive lives through sport. By contributing a portion of your Virginia tax refund, you will 1) directly help prepare athletes for the Olympic and Paralympic Games, 2) fund community and elite sport programs all over the country, and 3) advance the Olympic Movement, promoting excellence, cultural respect, and peace internationally. Your donation will accomplish amazing things! Thank you, and visit us online at www.teamusa.org

United States Olympic & Paralympic Foundation
1 Olympic Plaza
Colorado Springs, CO 80909-5760
(800) 775-USOC
www.teamusa.org
 

Virginia Housing Program (Code 64)

Supports locally-based organizations providing housing assistance to the low-income elderly, persons with mental or physical disabilities, and the homeless in need of emergency, transitional or permanent housing.

Department of Housing & Community Development
Check-Off for Housing Programs
Main Street Centre
600 East Main Street, Suite 1100
Richmond, VA 23219
(804) 371-7100
 

Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services  (Code 65)

Provides funding to local agencies to improve or expand transportation for elderly or disabled Virginians who cannot drive or use public transportation. Services include transportation for jobs, medical appointments, and other essential activities .

Department for Aging and Rehabilitation Services
8004 Franklin Farms Drive
Henrico, VA 23229-5019
(804) 662-9333

Community Policing Fund (Code 66)

Contributions are used to provide grants to local law enforcement agencies in Virginia for the purchase of equipment or the support of services related to community policing. The fund supports work that builds local partnerships and problem-solving relationships between local law enforcement agencies and their communities.

Department of Criminal Justice Services
Community Policing Fund
1100 Bank Street
Richmond, VA 23219
(804) 786-4303

Virginia Arts Foundation (Code 67)

Supports local artists, arts groups, and schools in every city and county in Virginia.

Virginia Arts Foundation
c/o Virginia Commission for the Arts
223 Governor Street
Richmond, VA 23219-2010
arts@arts.virginia.gov
(804) 225-3132
www.arts.virginia.gov

Open Space Recreation and Conservation Fund (Code 68)

These funds are used by the Department of Conservation and Recreation to acquire land for recreational purposes and preserve natural areas; to develop, maintain and improve state parks and state park facilities and to provide matching recreational grants to localities.

Virginia Department of Conservation & Recreation
Open Space Recreation & Conservation Fund
203 Governor Street, Suite 423
Richmond, VA 23219
(804) 786-1712

Chesapeake Bay Restoration Fund (Code 71)

More than half of Virginia’s lands drain into the Chesapeake Bay. This fund is used to help meet needs identified in the state’s clean up plan for the Bay and the waters that flow into it, also known as the Virginia Tributary Strategy.

Virginia Secretary of Natural Resources
1111 E. Broad Street, 4W
Richmond, VA 23219
(804) 786-0044

Family and Children’s Trust Fund (Code 72)

Contributions support the prevention and treatment of family violence in local communities and through statewide public awareness projects and activities.  Family violence includes child abuse and neglect, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and elder abuse and neglect.

Family and Children’s Trust Fund
801 East Main Street, 15th Floor
Richmond, VA 23219
familyandchildrens.trustfund@dss.virginia.gov
(804) 726-7604
www.fact.state.va.us

Virginia’s State Forests Fund (Code 73)

State Forests are managed to sustain multiple natural resources and values [benefits]. Conservation practices protect wetlands, enhance critical wildlife habitat and preserve unique natural areas for biodiversity and provide long-term applied research for restoration and reforestation of native species. Demonstration areas provide private forest landowners with practical, effective solutions to resource management challenges. Recreation opportunities and conservation educational programs are available statewide in all seasons to any age or experience level. State Forests are open to the public without fee for hiking, bird watching, and nature observation. Horseback riding, mountain bike riding, fishing, hunting and trapping are allowed on certain state forests with a use permit.

Virginia Department of Forestry
Attn: State Forest Fund
900 Natural Resources Drive, Suite 800
Charlottesville, VA 22903
(434) 977-6555

Virginia’s Uninsured Medical Catastrophe Fund (Code 74)

Assists with medical expenses of Virginia residents who face a life-threatening medical catastrophe.

Uninsured Medical Catastrophe Fund
600 East Broad Street, 12th Floor
Richmond, VA 23219
(804) 225-4245

Historic Resources Fund (Code 76)

Supports preservation of historic landmarks and historic preservation projects.

Virginia Department of Historic Resources
2801 Kensington Avenue
Richmond, VA 23221
(804) 367-2323

Children of America Finding Hope Inc. (Code 78)

Uses proven strategies and programs to meet emotional and physical needs of children who are disadvantaged, runaways, in crisis, and delinquent by providing hope in a tangible form regardless of religion, race, gender, or socioeconomic status.

Children of America Finding Hope Inc.
1741 Terrapin Creek Rd.
Lynch Station, VA 24571
(276) 608-2006 or www.CAFH.net

Home Energy Assistance Fund (Code 81)

Supports the provision of heating, cooling, energy crisis assistance and weatherization services for low income families.

Home Energy Assistance Program
801 Main Street, 9th Floor
Richmond, VA 23219
(804) 726-7368

VA War Memorial Foundation & National D-Day Memorial Foundation (Code 82)

Contributions will be equally divided between these two organizations. The following is a description of the organizations:

Virginia War Memorial Foundation The Memorial honors the nearly 12,000 Virginians who have given the ultimate sacrifice in service to our Nation in World War II, Korea, Vietnam, the Persian Gulf and the Global War on Terrorism, and all military veterans. The Memorial produces award-winning films and videos that are distributed free of charge to all public and private middle and high schools statewide and offers student and teacher seminars. The Memorial also hosts events and ceremonies and is home to military-related exhibits that are free and open to the public daily.

Virginia War Memorial
621 South Belvidere St., Richmond, VA 23220-6504
(804) 786-2060
www.vawarmemorial.org
For more info, email:development@vawarmemorial.org

National D-Day Memorial Foundation Exists to honor the valor, fidelity, and sacrifice of the Allied Forces on D-Day, June 6, 1944. It also exists to educate – ensuring that the D-Day legacy remains clear, meaningful, and accessible to present and future generations.

National D-Day Memorial Foundation
106 East Main Street
P. O. Box 77
Bedford, VA 24523
(800) 351-DDAY * (540) 586-DDAY
email: dday@dday.org
www.dday.org

Virginia Federation of Humane Societies (Code 84)

Founded in 1959, the Virginia Federation of Humane Societies (VFHS) leads an alliance committed to ending the unnecessary euthanasia of cats and dogs in Virginia shelters.  VFHS members include leaders from public & private shelters, rescue groups, veterinarians, animal control officers and citizen advocates.  Programs include support for local animal welfare organizations, advocating for humane laws for all animals, training for animal welfare professionals and advocates, and Spay VA which provides pet owners access to convenient and affordable spay/neuter services.  Your contribution to VFHS ensures a brighter future for Virginia’s animals and their caregivers.

Virginia Federation of Humane Societies, Inc.
P.O. Box 545
Edinburg, VA 22824
(540) 335-6050
Email: info@vfhs.org
www.vfhs.org

Tuition Assistance Grant Fund
State Council of Higher Education for Virginia
(SCHEV) (Code 85)

State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) Administers the Tuition Assistance Grant (TAG) Program available to Virginia residents enrolled full time in one of 33 Virginia private, non-profit colleges or universities. Contributions support choice and affordability for eligible undergraduate or graduate degree-seeking students enrolled in participating TAG institutions. Students apply at the college financial aid office. For more information about SCHEV or the TAG program, please visit www.schev.edu and click on "Financial Aid."

State Council of Higher Education for Virginia
101 N. 14th Street,
James Monroe Bldg. 10th Floor
Richmond, VA 23219
(804) 225-2600
www.schev.edu

Spay and Neuter Fund (Code 86)

All moneys contributed shall be paid to the Spay and Neuter Fund for use by localities in the Commonwealth for providing low-cost spay and neuter surgeries through direct provision or contract or each locality may make the funds available to any private, nonprofit sterilization program for dogs and cats in such locality. The Tax Commissioner shall determine annually the total amounts designated on all returns from each locality in the Commonwealth, based upon the locality that each filer who makes a voluntary contribution to the Fund lists as his permanent address. The State Treasurer shall pay the appropriate amount to each respective locality.

Email: info@spayva.org
www.spayva.org

Virginia Cancer Centers (Code 88)

Virginia is fortunate to have two National Cancer Institute- designated Cancer Centers to serve the people of the Commonwealth: the VCU Massey Cancer Center and the University of Virginia Cancer Center. These two Cancer Centers work together to deliver the leading edge in contemporary cancer care in a supportive and compassionate environment, and to change the future of cancer care through research. Your contribution will enable us to help cancer patients today, and those who will be cancer patients in the future.

University of Virginia Cancer Center
P.O. Box 800773
Charlottesville, VA 22908-0773
(434) 924- 8432
www.supportuvacancer.org

Massey Cancer Center
Virginia Commonwealth University
P.O. Box 980214
Richmond, VA 23298-0214
(804) 828-1450
www.massey.vcu.edu

Martin Luther King, Jr. Living History and Public Policy Center (Code 90)

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Living History and Public Policy Center is the Commonwealth’s permanent memorial to Dr. King as required by state law.  It is a consortium of public and private institutions of higher education that continues the work and perpetuates the legacy of Dr. King throughout the state.

The Center offers, among other things: educational and cultural programs; public policy analysis of contemporary issues relative to the principles of Dr. King, scholarly research and publications; public and private undergraduate and graduate programs interfacing; support of the state’s Standards of Quality and of K-12 academic institutions; and community outreach and service activities.
 
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Living
History and Public Policy Center
816 West Franklin Street, #104
Harrison House
P. O. Box 842019
Richmond, VA 23284-2019
Phone: (804) 828-7095
email: MLKJRCCENTER@gmail.com

Virginia Military Family Relief Fund - (MFRF) (Code 92)

In 2006, with support from the Virginia Legislature, Governor Tim Kaine established the Military Family Relief Fund (MFRF). This is a quick response grant program to assist military and Family members of the Virginia National Guard and the United States Reserve Components who are residents of Virginia, and, who are called to active duty for periods in excess of 90 days in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom and up to 180 days after their return. The Military Family Relief Fund assists military families with urgent or emergency needs relating to living expenses including but not limited to food, housing, utilities, and medical services. Each need is considered on its own merit.

Virginia National Guard Family Programs
5901 Beulah Rd.
Sandston, VA 23150
(804) 236-7864

Celebrating Special Children, Inc. (Code 93)

To assist individuals with disabilities in realizing their fullest potential, Celebrating Special Children, Inc. provides on-line resource information in an easy to use format for individuals with disabilities, family members, caregivers and service providers. Cradle to older adult resource information is made available from a wide variety of providers at both the state and local level. Resource information listings include private for profit, not-for-profit, and government agencies. All listings include a contact telephone number and web address where available. In addition to the resource information database, Celebrating Special Children also publishes original articles on a variety of topics of interest to the disability community. Celebrating Special Children makes information available at no charge to the user.

Celebrating Special Children, Inc.
American Cancer Society
101 Niblick Drive
Vienna, VA 22180
(703) 319-7829
www.celebratingspecialchildren.org

Public School Foundations Eligible for Contributions

To be used by eligible public school foundations established for the express purpose of implementing a public/private partnership to fund public school improvement projects approved by the local school board.

009001 Amherst County Public Schools Education Foundation, Inc.

015001 Augusta County Public School Endowment Fund

019001 The Bedford Area Educational Foundation

023001 Botetourt County Public Schools Education Foundation, Inc.

520001 Bristol Virginia Public Schools Education Foundation

530001 Blues Education Foundation, Inc. (Buena Vista)

027001 Buchanan County Public School Education Foundation

029001 Buckingham County Educational Foundation Inc.

033001 Caroline County Public Schools Education Foundation

550002 Chesapeake Public Schools Educational Foundation

550001 W. Randolph Nichols Scholarship Foundation (Chesapeake)

036001 Charles City Educational Foundation

041001 Chesterfield Public Education Foundation

043001 Clarke County Education Foundation Inc

590001 Danville Public Schools Education Foundation, Inc.

059002 Fairfax County Schools Education Foundation

610001 Falls Church Education Foundation

065001 Fluvanna Education Foundation 

620001 Franklin City Educational Foundation, Inc.

069001 Frederick County Educational Foundation 

073001 Gloucester County Public Schools Educational Foundation, Inc.

075001 Goochland Educational Foundation 

081001 Greensville County Education Foundation

083001 Halifax County Public Schools Education Foundation

650001 Hampton Educational Foundation

085001 Hanover Education Foundation

660001 The Harrisonburg Education Foundation

087001 Henrico Education Foundation, Inc.

670001 Hopewell Public Schools Education Foundation

093001 Education Foundation for Isle of Wight Public Schools, Inc.

101001 King William Public Schools Education Foundation, Inc.

103001 Lancaster County Virginia Education Foundation

678002 Community Foundation for Rockbridge, Bath and Alleghany (Lexington)

107001 The Loudoun Education Foundation, Inc. 

680001 The Lynchburg City Schools Education Foundation

113001 Madison County Education Foundation, Inc. 

683001 Manassas City Public Schools Education Foundation

685001 Manassas Park Education Foundation

119001 Friends of Middlesex County Public Schools

121001 Montgomery County Educational Foundation

127001 New Kent Educational Foundation

700001 Newport News Educational Foundation

710002 Norfolk Education Foundation

137001 Orange County Education Foundation

139001 Page County Education Foundation

730001 Petersburg Public Education Foundation 

143001 Pittsylvania Vocational Education Foundation, Inc.

735001 Poquoson Education Foundation

740001 Portsmouth Schools Foundation

147001 Prince Edward Public School Endowment, Inc.

149001 Prince George Alliance for Education Foundation, Inc. 

153001 Prince William County Public Schools Education Foundation

750002 Radford City Schools Partners for Excellance Foundation, Inc.

760001 Richmond Public Schools Education Foundation, Inc. (City of Richmond)

770001 Roanoke City Public Schools Education Foundation, Inc.

161001 Roanoke County Public Schools Education Foundation, Inc.

165001 Rockingham Educational Foundation, Inc.

167001 Russell County Foundation for Scholarships

169001 Southwest Virginia Public Education Foundation, Inc.

169002 Scott County Foundation for Excellence in Education

171002 Moore Educational Trust (Shenandoah County)

171001 Shenandoah Education Foundation, Inc.

173001 Smyth County Education Foundation

177001 Spotsylvania Education Foundation

790001 Community Foundation of the Central Blue Ridge (Staunton)

800001 Suffolk Education Foundation Inc.

183001 Sussex Educational Foundation Inc. 

810001 Virginia Beach City Public Schools Education Foundation

187001 Warren County Educational Endowment, Inc.

820001 Waynesboro City Public Schools

193002 Westmoreland County Public Schools Education Foundation

840001 Winchester Education Foundation

195001 Wise County Schools Educational Foundation, Inc. 

197001 Wythe County Public Schools Foundation for Excellence, Inc.

199001 York Foundation for Public Education

 

Public Library Foundations Eligible for Contributions

To be used by eligible public library foundations established as a nonprofit organization to raise funds for a local public library in order to provide additional financial assistance for the library beyond the government’s appropriation.

200101 Alexandria Library Foundation, Inc.

200501 John Randolph Foundation Library Endowment Fund (Appomattox Regional Library System)

200701 Friends of the Arlington County Library

201101 Bedford Public Library System Foundation, Inc.

201901 Bristol Public Library Foundation

202101 Buchanan County Public Library

202301 Campbell County Public Library Foundation

203101 Charles P. Jones Memorial Library Foundation Inc.

203301 Friends of the Charlotte County Library

204301 Craig County Public Library

204501 Culpeper Library Foundation

204701 Cumberland County Public Library, Inc.

205101 Eastern Shore Public Library Foundation

205501 Fairfax County Public Library Foundation, Inc.

205701 Friends of Fauquier Library

206101 Franklin County Library

206301 Galax-Carroll Regional Library Foundation, Inc.

206901 Hampton Public Library Foundation

207101 Handley Regional Library Endowment

207301 Friends of Henrico County Public Library 

207501 Friends of the Heritage Public Library 

207701 Highland County Library, Inc.

208501 Friends of Jefferson-Madison Regional Library Endowment Fund 

208701 Lancaster Community Library

208901 Friends of the Smoot Library (FOSL)

209101 The Library of Virginia Foundation

209501 Loudoun Library Foundation, Inc.

209502 Friends of Gum Springs Library 

209701 Friends of the Lynchburg Public Library 209901 Madison County Library Foundation, Inc.

210101 Mary Riley Styles Public Library Foundation Trust (Falls Church City Library)

210301 Rockingham Library Association 

210901 Middlesex County Public Library

211101 Montgomery-Floyd Regional Library Foundation, Inc.

211102 Floyd Endowment 

211301 Friends of the Newport News Public Library

211302 Newport News Public Library System Foundation

211501 Norfolk Public Library Foundation

211901 Friends of the Library Blackstone VA

212101 Orange County Library Foundation

212501 Friends of the Pearisburg Public Library

212701 The Petersburg Library Foundation, Inc.

212901 Pittsylvania County Public Library Foundation (PPL)

213301 Portsmouth Public Library Foundation, Inc.

213701 Prince William Public Library System Foundation

213901 Pulaski County Library System Fund

214501 Richmond Public Library Foundation (City)

214901 Roanoke Public Library Foundation (City)

215101 Friends of the Roanoke County Public Library

215301 Rockbridge Regional Library Foundation

215501 Friends of the Russell County Library

215701 Friends of Salem Library

215902 Samuels Public Library

216101 Shenandoah County Library Foundation

216501 Friends of Kenbridge Public Library

216502 Friends of Victoria Public Library Inc.

216503 Southside Regional Library Foundation Inc.

216701 Staunton Library Foundation, Inc.

217302 Virginia Beach Public Library Foundation

217303 Friends of the Virginia Beach Public Library

217501 Washington County Public Library Foundation

217702 Friends of the Library Foundation Committee (Waynesboro) 

217901 Williamsburg Regional Library Foundation

218101 Wythe-Grayson Regional Library Foundation

218301 York County Library Foundation

Last Updated 12/16/2014 12:36

 

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