Powhatan School is a 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization. All contributions made to the school are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
You can make an online gift using a credit card by clicking here!
Gifts by Mail
You may give by cash or check. Please make all checks payable to Powhatan School and designate the fund name in the memo field. Your gift may be mailed to our address listed below:
Attn: Director of Development
49 Powhatan Lane
Boyce, VA 22620
Make a Pledge
You can make a pledge to support the school either online or by requesting a pledge card from our development office. When making a pledge you are able to make a commitment to support the school that can be paid at a future date or in a series of installments.
Memorial gifts are unique ways to honor and remember special people in your life or an event that was of great significance. When you make a gift in honor or in memory of someone special we will send them or their family a note letting them know of a donation made in their honor. The amount of the gift will not be disclosed unless stated otherwise.
For many giving a small amount on a monthly or quarterly basis allows them to give more. You can donate online and select the amount you would like to give each month or quarter, and then select recurring gifts. You will then be prompted to choose between the gift being a monthly or quarterly investment.
Many employers are willing to match the generous gift you are making to a nonprofit institution, providing another avenue for additional contributions to Powhatan School. If your employer will match your gift, please submit their matching gift form with your cash, check, or pledge gift.
Gifts of Security
Gifts of appreciated security offer great benefit to the donor. If you are interested in making a gift of security, we are more than willing to speak with you and your financial advisor.
If you are interested in making a planned gift, such as commitments through estate planning, you can find more details here. We would be happy to speak with you and your financial advisor.