Ways to Give
For decades, residents and team members in our Pinnacle Living communities have benefited from the generosity of people who remembered the organization in their giving and estate planning. Such support is extremely important to us and is greatly appreciated. Here are three ways you might consider making a gift. All gifts are tax-deductible.
- Donate online or by check: To make a gift using a credit/debit card or bank draft, click the “Give Online Today!” button below.
To donate by check, please make your check payable to Pinnacle Living and mail to:
5101 Cox Road, Suite 225
Glen Allen, VA 23060
If you wish to designate your gift to a specific community’s Samaritan Program, please note the community name in the memo line of the check. If you wish to make your gift in honor or memory of a loved one, please include their name as well as the name and address of anyone you wish to be notified of your gift.
- Consider including Pinnacle Living in a planned gift or estate plan. This could include a monetary gift IRA or retirement plan, stock, or insurance. For additional information, visit https://www.pinnacleliving.org/planned-giving
- Making a tax-advantaged gift by donating stock is easy and quick. Contact Charles Wickham at 804-474-8724 or firstname.lastname@example.org for details
Pinnacle Living offers nine donor-restricted funds which can be designated for use in a specified community.
Angel Fund gifts assist members of our community in crisis.
Gifts designated to the Community Enrichment fund enhance the experience of living for all residents, such as campus beautification and amenities.
Flower Fund gifts are designated to support the creation of chapel/vesper and common area flower arrangements that benefit the entire community.
Library Fund gifts are designated to support the community’s library and enhance our literary services.
Gifts designated for Resident Program activities support lifelong learning and engagement opportunities for residents, recognizing that activities, and expectations vary on a regular basis.
The purpose of the Samaritan Program is to provide financial support for residents who have been blessed with longevity and have outlived their financial resources. Contributions cannot be received for the benefit of a specific individual.
The Scholarship Fund is an educational enrichment program funded by contributions from generous donors committed to financially assisting selected team members who are pursuing a certification, degree, or taking continuing education courses to support and advance their career goals. The eligibility requirements are determined by community scholarship committees without regard to race, creed, or national origin using an established application, rating, and review process.
Gifts designated for the Spiritual Life Fund may be used to enhance chapel/vesper services and facilities, provide resources for spiritual life programming, and to engage residents through special projects and service needs.
Gifts designated for the Technology Fund provide resources to benefit communication, access to information, and accessibility for all residents.