Legacy Gifts

A legacy gift to the Foundation can address a number of financial planning matters. Whether you are interested in saving taxes, preserving your wealth, transferring assets, or creating a life income stream, a planned gift can produce attractive financial benefits to you and your family. To learn more about our recognition society for legacy donors, click here. For questions about legacy gifts, contact Andres Rubert, Development Officer, at Andres Rubert or 703.717.5476.

Join the Legacy Challenge

For a limited time, generous donor Souing Ly has funded a challenge to all Virginia Hospital Center supporters. If you join the Legacy Challenge, you can designate matching funds today for critical areas of need at the Hospital while also supporting the hospital for future generations – without writing a check.

Learn More About the Legacy Challenge | Download the Legacy Challenge Enrollment Form

Gifts of Cash

This is the most common and easiest form of giving. Your contribution is tax-deductible* and can be made by check or credit card. Donate today. Checks can be made out to Virginia Hospital Center Foundation at 1701 N. George Mason Drive, Arlington, VA 22205.

Gifts In-Kind

One of the easiest and most direct ways to give back! Virginia Hospital Center Pediatrics accepts in-kind donations of books (early readers through middle school level) and basic necessities for babies year-round, and holds drives for coats and new toys during the winter months and holiday season! Check out our Amazon Smile Wish List for items for items and inspiration. For all other donations of good or services, please contact Hilary Phillips at or 703.717.4427.

Memorial Gifts & Tribute Gifts

Help your family member, friend or colleague leave a lasting legacy with a memorial gift to VHC. All gifts made in tribute are acknowledged to the person that you designate or their family. Acknowledgments do not mention the amount contributed. If you or a loved one would like to recognize a Virginia Hospital Center caregiver or medical team, include that information in the “Tribute Gift” section of the donation page. Click here to make your tribute gift online or by mail. For questions, contact Andres Rubert, Development Officer, at or 703.717.5476.

Gifts of Stock of Appreciated Securities

When you contribute stock or other appreciated securities to VHC, you are entitled to a tax deduction for the full market value of the stock or securities and do not have to pay capital gains tax.

How to gift stock to VHC and other transfer information

Gifts of Assets

You can support VHC with gifts that don't impact your current lifestyle or your family’s security by either designating the Foundation to receive estate assets in the future or by making immediate gifts to us of assets that are "out of sight and out of mind."

For more information about donating stocks or assets, contact Andres Rubert, Development Officer, at or 703.717.5476.

Workplace Giving

Employer Matching Gifts: Many employers will match your gift to the Foundation. Just check with your company's Human Resources Department to find out if your gift can go twice as far.

Our company may have an employee-led team that explores local philanthropic needs. Virginia Hospital Center Foundation would be happy to send your information about our opportunities.

Giving Societies

To learn more about Virginia Hospital Center Foundation’s giving societies, click here.

Employee Giving

The Employee Giving Program provides Virginia Hospital Center staff the chance to give back to the community, enhance patient care, and demonstrate their commitment to the Hospital’s mission. By giving together, we can make a real difference in the lives of each patient, support staff professional development, and build a stronger community.

Download the Payroll Deduction Form.

Employee Philanthropy Council

The Council supports employee-led philanthropic efforts at Virginia Hospital Center by developing programming, messaging, and opportunities designed to strengthen the Hospital's legacy of giving back to the community.

For more information, contact Kelvin Martin.