At the heart of the mission of Virginia United Methodist Homes of Williamsburg, Inc. (VUMHW) is the Samaritan Program, a benevolent fund which provides ﬁnancial assistance to residents who have outlived their monetary resources and, through no fault of their own, can no longer aﬀord the full cost of their care. Benevolent assistance has been given in VUMH communities since 1948.
Current estimates of people over the age of 100 in this country are as high as 72,000, and the number is only expected to grow. Yet with ever increasing longevity, more and more of us wonder if we will be able to ﬁnancially support ourselves into our 80s, 90s, even possibly our 100s. Financial reversals and unforeseen circumstances can be contributing factors to needing help from the Samaritan Program. Tax deductible gifts from generous people ensure the personal security and peace of mind for our most vulnerable residents. Please make a generous gift for residents who need confidential financial assistance now or in the future. There are a number of ways to make a gift:
- Outright contribution
- Gifts by trust or wills
- Life insurance policy
- IRA or stock
You can give on-line by credit or debit card or mail a contribution by check.
If you wish for your giﬅ to be used at WindsorMeade, make your check payable to VUMHW, Inc. OR WindsorMeade of Williamsburg and note “Samaritan Program” in the memo line.
If you wish to allow your giﬅ to be used where the need is greatest or for another speciﬁc VUMH community, make your check payable to Virginia United Methodist Homes, Inc. and note “Samaritan Program” in the memo line.
Contributions should be mailed to:
Virginia United Methodist Homes of Williamsburg, Inc.
Donor Relations Oﬃce
5101 Cox Road, Suite 225
Glen Allen, VA 23060