Ways to Give

Vermont Marble Company, Photo Courtesy of the Vermont Historical Society

The Vermont Marble Company
Photo Courtesy of the Vermont Historical Society

The Preservation Trust of Vermont accepts on-line donations to our General Fund, targeted programs, memorial gifts and more.

Click here to make an on-line donation now.

Alternatively, you may send a check payable to the Preservation Trust of Vermont to our office at 104 Church Street, Burlington, VT 05401.


Other Ways to Give

Gifts of stocks, mutual funds, or bonds may be the best way for you to give, as your gift of appreciated stock or mutual funds can be tax deductible at full fair market value at the time of the gift, and there is no capital gains tax due. Please ask your broker to contact us or send the securities with a letter of transmittal to PTV at the address below.

You may have property or tangible goods you would like to donate. Please contact us before making the gift to make sure PTV can accept it, and to discuss any necessary appraisal, environmental study, or other preliminaries. You might also consider donating a paid insurance policy.

Grand Isle Lake House, Grand Isle, VT
Grand Isle Lake House, Grand Ilse, VT
The Lake House was donated to the Preservation Trust in 1998. The Lake House now operates as a seasonal special events facility.

Planned gifts are a wonderful way to make a long-term impact with your contribution. This could include trusts, retirement funds, charitable gift annuities and other estate planning methods. As a tax-exempt organization, PTV can benefit from a variety of trust arrangements and bequests which carry substantial benefits for the donor. Please contact us to discuss these possibilities.

Bequests are lasting gifts to PTV. We would like to recognize your plans by including you among our Legacy Society, acknowledged annually. Please let us know if you have made provision for a gift to PTV in your will.

We look forward to discussing your interests and gift, and urge you to discuss this with your financial advisor in order to accomplish your philanthropic goals while supporting your preservation interests.

Thank you so much for supporting the Preservation Trust of Vermont.

Paul Bruhn, Director
Preservation Trust of Vermont
104 Church Street
Burlington , VT 05401
802-658-6647 or paul@ptvermont.org