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Your gift to St. Joseph’s Villa helps…

  • At-risk children overcome behavioral and mental health issues to find their full potential.
  • Students with autism and developmental disabilities gain the skills to lead independent lives.
  • Homeless families obtain and maintain stable housing through integrated support services.
    …and so much more!

Thank you for joining our family of believers.

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We are able to accept Visa, MasterCard and Discover.

To designate your gift for any purpose, please click “Gift in honor/memory/other notes” under your donation amount on the PayPal page, and type in your designation.

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New Day Fund

With your help, St. Joseph’s Villa will create brighter futures for more than 3,000 children and families this year. We never stop believing in them as we strive to help them reach their individual goals.

Please click the button at the top of this page to donate to St. Joseph’s Villa today.

Your gift to the New Day Fund may be eligible for NAP credits. Learn more.

Birdies for Charity

Birdies for Charity

For the fifth year in a row, St. Joseph’s Villa is honored to participate in the Dominion Energy Charity Classic’s Birdies for Charity program, presented by TowneBank. When you choose to donate to the Villa through Birdies for Charity, the PGA TOUR will add 10% to your gift!

Donate through Birdies for Charity by October 24, 2021 to make your gift go further for Villa children and families. Learn more about all the ways you can participate here.

Workplace Giving

St. Joseph’s Villa is an approved charity of several combined campaigns:

  • Use code #3074 when giving through the United Way of Greater Richmond & Petersburg
  • Use code #3074 when giving through the Local Government and Schools Campaign
  • Use code #00-003125 when giving through the Combined Virginia Campaign (CVC)

Planned Giving and Bequests

Leave a legacy with St. Joseph’s Villa by making a gift to the St. Joseph’s Villa Foundation. Your gift can be Villa-wide or program-specific, and will support children and families today and in years to come. Learn more.

Giving stock or other property

Donations made by transfer of stock or other property can convey benefits to the donor and make a significant difference to the lives of those we serve. Learn more.

Designated Gifts

Donors interested in supporting a particular program may designate their support accordingly. To discuss special giving options, please contact our Development Office at 804-553-3220.

Corporate and Foundation Support

Grants from corporations and private foundations enable the Villa to increase the impact of existing programs and pilot new programs. St. Joseph’s Villa is a proven partner and offers an excellent return on investment. We will gladly prepare a project proposal or grant request to meet corporate and foundation guidelines.

Please contact the Villa’s Director of Grants Development at 804-553-3228 to explore working with St. Joseph’s Villa to develop effective programs that address important community needs.

Other Ways to Give

To make a gift by credit card via phone, please call 804-200-1616.

To make a gift by check, make payable to St. Joseph’s Villa and mail to:
St. Joseph’s Villa
Development Office
8000 Brook Road
Richmond, VA 23227

Memo line on check may be used to indicate the purpose or designation of the gift, if any.

You can also print a gift/pledge card here. To make a pledge to our RiseUP Campaign, click here. Please mail to the address above.

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