To make an Annual Fund pledge, payable on or before June 30, contact Mary Dare Thornton, Director of Annual Giving, at 434-432-5518 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For endowment or capital pledges, contact Christine Knight, Director of Advancement, at 434-432-5549 or email@example.com
Credit Card or Bank Draft: Please use our online form or call Starlet Lemon 434-432-5600. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. A monthly recurring gift is a terrific way to make a larger gift with smaller installments throughout the year.
Many employers match charitable gifts made by employees and their spouses. A corporate match might be a great way to double, even triple your gift to Chatham Hall. Contact your Human Resources Department for information and procedures.
Accepted with prior approval. Chatham Hall will provide a letter of acknowledgement describing your gift but cannot assign a value to the gift. Chatham Hall will receive gifts of horses that further the goals of the Riding Program. These gifts must be approved by the Director of the Riding Program.
We recommend that you consult your tax advisor for valuation advice. Donors seeking tax deductions for gifts valued in excess of $5,000 must obtain an independent appraisal at the time the gift is given to Chatham Hall. The donor is responsible for all costs related to this appraisal. For more information, contact the Office of Advancement 434-432-5600.
For DTC (Depository Trust Company, a securities clearing house) eligible securities: Authorize your broker to transfer shares to the Chatham Hall account.
Before making a transfer, contact the Office of Advancement at 434-432-5600 with the name/ticker symbol, number of shares and estimated value and fund designation (e.g. Annual Fund.)
Clearing Broker: Charles Schwab
Reference: Donor’s Name
A stock held more than one year may qualify for a charitable income tax deduction equal to the securities’ full fair-market value. It is also possible to make a gift with appreciated securities in a mutual fund. The tax advantage of the gift is lost if you instruct your broker to sell the stock and send the proceeds from the sale to Chatham Hall. Your gift is valued when received in the Chatham Hall account based on the mean of the high and low market price on the date Chatham Hall takes ownership of the stock.
A girls' boarding and day school in southern Virginia, Chatham Hall prepares girls for college and for productive lives. Our innovative academic program offers advanced courses, global study and travel, as well as project-based learning. We foster the intellect and character of each student and, through our Honor Code, live in a community of trust. Grounded in its Episcopal heritage, the school welcomes students of all faiths and backgrounds.