You can help make a difference in the lives of seniors in the Roanoke Valley!
Brandon Oaks LifeCare Community is a multifaceted organization offering care to a wide variety of residents. From active adults who live independently to those who need more assistance in the nursing center, our residents receive many different services at Brandon Oaks. As a not-for-profit organization, we rely on the generosity of individuals, corporations and foundations to further enrich the lives of those entrusted in our care. There are a variety of ways to show your support.
- Brandon Oaks Fund
The Brandon Oaks Fund provides unrestricted funds for facility enhancements, special projects, the addition of new programs and other needs at Brandon Oaks LifeCare Community.
- Brandon Oaks Resident Endowment Fund
The Resident Endowment Fund at Brandon Oaks assures that qualified residents will receive continued support when their income and assets are no longer sufficient to pay their monthly service fees and other living expenses, through no fault of their own. The endowment is supported by gifts from residents, families, friends and churches.
- Virginia Lutheran Homes Chaplaincy Endowment and Program Fund
The Virginia Lutheran Homes Chaplaincy Endowment Fund will ensure that the Chaplaincy services and benefits will continue for years to come for the residents of Brandon Oaks, Brandon Oaks Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Luther Crest and Luther Manor. The Chaplaincy Program at Virginia Lutheran Homes is an essential part of our holistic approach to resident care and comfort. Through the program, we offer the services of two full-time chaplains to residents and their families. The Chaplaincy Program Fund will provide for programs, education, services and experiences for the residents of VLH communities state-wide.
- Virginia Lutheran Homes, Inc. Annual Fund
The Virginia Lutheran Homes, Inc. Annual Fund provides unrestricted funds needed to better serve the growing housing and medical needs of seniors in the Roanoke, New Market and Virginia Beach, VA communities. These gifts are used to upgrade and enhance the facilities and services for seniors living and/or receiving care at one of our facilities, regardless of their
Click below to make a tax-deductible donation today! Brandon Oaks and Virginia Lutheran Homes’ 501(c)(3) tax ID is: 54-0852697
There are many ways to give. You can choose which form of giving you are comfortable with.
Monetary Donation: A monetary donation gift can be made to all of the available funds and has a direct impact on the lives of seniors. These tax-deductible gifts can be made as a one-time donation, a multiple payment donation or a reoccurring gift. Each gift can be made online, by mail, by phone or in-person. Donations can be made in the form of cash, check, credit card and stock.
In-Kind Donation: Virginia Lutheran Homes, Inc. welcomes in-kind donations of products and services that can further the operation and mission of our organization.
Planned Giving: Planned giving is a way to make a gift to Virginia Lutheran Homes through thoughtful estate planning. A planned gift as part of an overall estate plan takes your needs as well as the needs of your loved ones into consideration, while helping support VLH and the seniors we serve. In seeking planned giving arrangements, a VLH representative can work with you and your advisor to achieve a result that is in the donor’s best interest.
Memorial/Honorarium Donation: Attribute your donation as a memorial or honorarium of an individual or group of individuals. The gift can be unrestricted or it can be tied to a specific purpose or naming opportunity.
Event and Program Sponsorship: Throughout the year Virginia Lutheran Homes has both private and public events/programs that have sponsorships available. These sponsorships provide an opportunity for both participation and marketing for the sponsors. To learn more about event and program sponsorships, contact the Director of Development at (540) 562-5443 extension 8783.
*A financial statement is available upon written request from the Office of Charitable & Regulatory Programs.