Can I make a tax-deductible contribution to the VSA?
Yes! Tax-deductible contributions are always welcome at the VSA.
Not only will money assist in our Preservation efforts, but each year The Victorian Society in America offers a limited number of full and partial scholarships to applicants of The Victorian Society Summer Schools. Also, the 19th Century and The Victorian rely on your additional support to defray costs of publication.
All contributions above the individual membership dues are tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law. So, when you join as a sustaining or contributing member, you are not only making a tax-deductible contribution, but you are helping the non-profit VSA to continue to support its efforts.
If you are employed by a company that offers matching gifts, please don't forget to submit the appropriate paperwork.
When writing a will, your gift to The Victorian Society in America can make a long-lasting and significant contribution to the education and preservation efforts, while at the same time providing tax benefits to your estate.
Please let us know if you have already included The Victorian Society in your will.
Learn more about the VSA's consignment donation program. Make a valuable contribution to the Society with your surplus furniture and furnishings.
All contributions are recognized by a personal letter and an acknowledgement in The Victorian.
Your gift is greatly appreciated.
Contributions may be sent to the address below, or made online at our: Payment Screen