The VNA & Hospice is a local charitable organization providing skilled home health care and community services to the local residents of the Central Coast. Your donation assists in providing the best care for your neighbors. Tax-deductible gifts are accepted by the non-profit VNA & Hospice through the following vehicles:

Amazon Smile

Support Visiting Nurse Association (VNA & Hospice, Monterey, CA) every time you shop on Amazon.com via AmazonSmile…

  • Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the charitable organization of your choice.
  • AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know. Same products, same prices, same service.

To get started:

  1. Click this link to visit AmazonSmile
  2. Sign in with your normal Amazon login.
  3. Type “Central Coast Visiting Nurse Association” into the “pick your own charitable organization” searchbox.
  4. Click “Select” next to the Central Coast Visiting Nurse Association organization.
  5. Shop away!

Bequests or Estate Planning

Simple language –

“I_____________ hereby bequeath to VNA & Hospice, Inc., a California non-profit 501(c)3 public benefit corporation, Tax id 94-1205572 for the benefit of VNA & Hospice, Inc., _________% of my estate OR ______% of the remainder of my estate, OR  $_______ to be used for general purposes for the VNA & Hospice programs.”

The VNA Foundation will accept donor named endowments of $25,000 or more to create permanent endowments for the VNA & Hospice programs.  Tax id 77-0441676.

Other Gift Opportunities to VNA include:

  • Charitable Remainder Trusts
  • Charitable Lead Trusts
  • Gift of Real Estate
  • Outright Gift of Securities
  • Gift of Retirement Assets
  • Gift of Life Insurance

The VNA Gift Officer is pleased to provide information on gift opportunities that are available by calling 831-648-3734 or emailing vnainfo@ccvna.com.  All those who notify VNA of their gift are invited to become a member of the VNA Legacy Society.

Please note: VNA does not provide legal or financial advice and recommends that you always seek advice from an attorney or financial advisor when making bequests or endowments.

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