Stocks, IRA, and Donor Funds
Make a gift to Vermont Public the way that works best for you. Below are a few more popular options
Gifts of Stock
Giving appreciated stocks and other securities is a tax-wise way to support public media. For securities held longer than one year, you can deduct their full fair market value, regardless of what you originally paid for them while avoiding a capital gains tax. To make a gift of stock, you simply set up a stock transfer.
Please transfer securities directly to Vermont Public account with Mill Creek Capital Advisors:
National Financial Services LLC
New York, NY
DTC # 0226
F/B/O Vermont Public Co.
A/C # BPV000068
Vermont Public Co. Tax ID: 85-2913577
For questions regarding the transfer itself:
Michael H. Jordan | Mill Creek Capital Advisors, LLC
161 Washington Street, Suite 1500 | Conshohocken, PA 19428
Direct Dial: (610) 941-9794 | Cell: (610) 608-4663 | Fax: (610) 941-9792
Please notify our development team when making a gift of stock to let us know that you have initiated the transfer.
Karen Jamiel | (802) 654-4308 | email@example.com
You may want to consider using the Charitable IRA Rollover option to make a gift to Vermont Public. If you are 70½ years old or older, you can make a donation of up to $100,000 directly from your individual retirement accounts without first having to recognize the distribution as income. The IRA charitable rollover is very popular with taxpayers and beneficial to charities. It’s a unique way to support Vermont Public's mission as an essential and trusted independent voice for news, information, music and cultural exploration for the people of our region. Checks can be sent to:
Karen Jamiel, Vermont Public, 365 Troy Avenue, Colchester, VT 05446
Donor Advised Funds
If you have a Donor Advised Fund, simply reach out to your representative today and recommend a gift be made to Vermont Public. We are an independent nonprofit organization that depends on individuals and local businesses for support. Because we are a charitable nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, contributions are fully tax-deductible according to US law. Please discuss the tax benefits of your charitable giving plans with a trusted advisor.
If you have any questions about these unique ways to support Vermont Public, please contact one of our philanthropic team members:
Leanne Klyza Linck |Director of Philanthropy | (802) 343-7993
Ryan Chartier | Associate Director of Philanthropy | (802) 393-3712
Karen Jamiel | Philanthropy Operations Coordinator | (802) 654-4308
We rely on support from donors like you to deliver trusted news and entertainment each day to our community. Learn more about other ways to support us.