Ways To Give

Thank you for deciding to be part of our life-changing organization.

At Virginia Home for Boys and Girls, success is measured one child, one family at a time. Listen to VHBG alumna, Skye, tell her story of success. She’s joined in this video by her former VHBG Teaching-Parent, Cory Richardson-Lauve, who continues to work at VHBG as our Vice President of Programs.

With nearly 50% of VHBG’s budget supported by philanthropy, your contribution is critical. Your gift helps make a meaningful impact in the daily lives of Virginia’s at-risk children and helps build strong families in our communities.

$25-$99 – guarantees snacks for our John G. Wood School students.
$100-$249 – equips new students with school supplies.
$250-$499 – ensures that we have art supplies for our art program.
$500-$999 – welcomes a distraught child who comes with nothing but the clothes on his/her back to live on campus.
$1,000-$2,499 – provides educational/recreational outings for kids in our group homes during the summer.
$2,500-$4,999 – delivers school lunches for three children for one academic year.
$5,000-$9,999 – provides staff support ratio needed for our students to succeed in school.
$10,000+ – puts nutritious dinners on the table for a family of 12 in one of our group homes for a year.



Virginia Home for Boys and Girls is a Better Business Bureau accredited charity, meeting 20 standards for accountability.

More information about VHBG’s Governance, Programs and Financials, including IRS 990 forms, are available through GiveRichmond.org

Tax-exempt status
Virginia Home for Boys and Girls is a 501c(3) charity, EIN 54-0506330. Donations are tax-deductible to the extent of the law. Please consult your advisors when tax planning.

Other ways to give include the following: