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Donate

"Brave Heart Volunteers is like oxygen for our family."

 

-Family of a BHV care recipient

Be the oxygen. Support Brave Heart Volunteers. 

After making a donation, please email office@braveheartvolunteers.org

to let us know if you are:

donating in memory or in honor of someone. If you would like us to send a note to the family to inform them of your gift, please include their name and address.

donating to a certain fundraiser or providing a Corporate Sponsorship for a BHV event.

Thank you for your generosity!

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OTHER WAYS TO SUPPORT BHV

Would you like to recognize a friend or neighbor?  The Flamingo Flock is a FUNdraiser for Brave Heart Volunteers and a great way honor Sitkans show make our community a better place!  

To honor your friends, simply make a donation to Brave Heart Volunteers and the flock will land in their yard with a special message from you. After a period of enjoyment, they'll fly away to the yard of the next Flamingoed friend!

So pass on the love and let your friends know they have been Flamingoed for Being of Brave Heart in our community!

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Make a Qualified Charitable Distribution

Want to make a lasting impact and save money on your taxes? If you are at least 70-1/2 years old, a qualified charitable distribution (QCD) is a meaningful way you can support Brave Heart Volunteers and save on your taxes. A QCD is a direct transfer of funds from your Individual Retirement Account (IRA) to a qualified nonprofit organization like BHV. The amount transferred to BHV is applied toward your required minimum distribution and is not taxable to the IRA owner, up to $100,000. To learn more about qualified charitable distributions, please visit the IRS Website. Thank you for supporting Brave Heart Volunteers!

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Give through Thrivent Choice®

Thrivent clients can make a financial impact by directing their Thrivent Choice Dollars® to Brave Heart Volunteers. If you're a member of Thrivent, you may donate through their InFaith Community Foundation here.

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