As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, donations play an important role in our greater operating budget. You can support our work with a tax-deductible contribution through any of the following methods.
Secure Online Gifts/Credit Card Donations are processed through PayPal. Your personal information will remain confidential on our secure server.
Checks should be made out to Vermont Adult Learning and mailed to our Central Office at:
77 College Street
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Gifts by check or credit card provide flexible support to areas of greatest need, putting your investment to work immediately!
Matching Gifts: You or your spouse/partner’s employer may offer an employee matching gift program supporting your charitable giving and increasing the value of your gift. Please check with your employer to determine if this option exists.
Gifts of Goods and Services: We are pleased to accept appropriate non-monetary donations. Please contact our Development Office at (802) 735-1670 or [email protected] in advance to confirm that Vermont Adult Learning is able to accept your donation.
Tribute of Memorial Gifts: You may make an annual gift in memory or in honor of a loved one or to commemorate a special occasion. We will be pleased to send a card notifying the honoree or the family of your tribute gift.
Lifetime Gift Planning: You may include Vermont Adult Learning in your lifetime charitable giving plans through a bequest, charitable gift annuity, insurance policy, charitable trust or other planned giving vehicle.
To further discuss a gift opportunity of interest to you, please contact:
VAL now offers four different sponsorship tiers for area businesses that would like to support our mission. Please view our Business Sponsorship Packet here, and please click the logos below to learn more about our VALedictorian, Salutatorian, and AP level sponsors!
Salutatorian Level Sponsor
AP Level Sponsors
If you would like to learn more about sponsorship opportunities and related benefits, please contact:
I feel learning English is such a valuable skill. Supporting someone, helping them adjust to a new culture is important. I’d want someone to help me.
We love our volunteers! Volunteering at VAL allows you to help a student
Contact our Learning Centers to learn about volunteer opportunities