Systemic problems, such as the school readiness gap between low-income and higher-income children, cannot be addressed without changing our laws and funding priorities and improving the systems that deal with these problems. Voices is successful in advocating for children’s well-being because of the generosity of people like you, as well as foundations and corporations.
We accept no public funding because we value our independence as advocates. Your tax-deductible gift allows us to analyze data, research evidence-based programs and policies, coordinate with service providers who work with children directly, and educate policymakers about solutions to ensure all of the commonwealth’s children have the opportunities they deserve. Please invest in Virginia’s future by investing in our work.
Invest in Virginia’s Future TODAY
Each gift you give enables the Voices team to further advocate for young people, conduct vital research, and educate the public. Thanks to you, the 2.6 million young people living in our Commonwealth will continue to be put first in the push for equitable and just policies statewide.
Make your gift over the phone by calling Zoe Thomas at (804)-649-0184.
Mail your check to Zoe Thomas’s attention at 1606 Santa Rosa Rd, Suite 109, Henrico, VA 23229.
Other ways to give: Donor-Advised Funds, QCDs from retirement account, employer matching gifts, gift of stock or planned giving (please contact Cynthia Coleman if you intend to give in any of these ways).
The Champion’s Circle
Join our major giving program, the Champion’s Circle and deepen your impact with gifts of $1,000 or more. Your high-level financial commitment helps us build a more sustainable foundation for our policy work as well as plan for the future.
We are always looking for corporate partners to engage with Voices at different levels, including advocacy event sponsorship. Find out more information about becoming a partner and 2022 event sponsorship opportunities or contact Cynthia Coleman.
Support Our Community Advocates
Help sponsor our advocacy programs and events throughout the year. Our staff and community advocates need your support to successfully conduct advocacy days, gubernatorial forums, Racial Truth & Reconciliation Week, and more. Your money helps cover needed supplies, technology, time, and travel.