How You Can Help
HowardCenter is a private, nonprofit organization that relies on the generous donations of our supporters to continue to provide essential services to Vermonters who face some of life’s toughest challenges. Please consider supporting HowardCenter. There are many ways to give, and all gifts, regardless of size, are greatly appreciated and will assure that HowardCenter continues to improve the well-being of children, adults, families, and communities.
You can make a donation by:
Using our secure website.
Calling 802.488.6912 to use your credit card.
Sending a check directly to HowardCenter, Development Office, 208 Flynn Avenue, Suite 3J,
Burlington, VT 05401.
HowardCenter also accepts gifts of stock.
You can personalize your donation by making:
Gifts in Honor of Friends and Family, Teachers and Neighbors
Looking for the ideal anniversary, holiday, birthday, or wedding gift for friends, teachers, neighbors, and family? Consider a donation to HowardCenter in celebration of them. We will send a card showing a gift has been made in their honor. Many people have told us how much they appreciate receiving a gift that helps others.
To make a donation in memory of a family member or friend who has died, please send an e-mail to DShenk@howardcenter.org letting us know that person’s name. Please also indicate the name and address of the family member you would like us to notify of your gift.
Please join those who have already committed their support to HowardCenter. With your help we’ll continue to improve the lives of children with serious emotional and behavioral problems and their families, adults with mental illness and/or substance abuse problems, and individuals of all ages with developmental disabilities. Donations to our annual Program Fund allow us to continue offering our programs and to initiate new ones as needed.
For more information about giving, please e-mail Deborah Shenk, Director of Development and Communications, at DShenk@howardcenter.org or call at 802.488.6912.
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I have been aware of HowardCenter's tremendous contribution to the community ever since TruexCullins helped with the design of the new Baird School. Now I chair an annual fundraiser called the HowardCenter Curling Challenge. It's great fun in the winter and a great way to become involved in this worthwhile organization. Join us. -Rolf Kielman, TruexCullins Architecture and Interior Design