Q: I prefer to make contributions via traditional mail. Can you please let me know where I can mail my check and to whom the check should be remitted?
A: Checks may be mailed to 1 News Place, St. Augustine, Suite A, St. Augustine, FL 32806, and remitted to “St. Johns Volunteers!”
Q: Are there any limits on what I can give, either as an individual or through my company?
A: Federal and state law does not currently place any limitations on charitable gifts to organizations like St. Johns Volunteers!, Inc. Therefore, your individual or corporate gift is limited by the generosity within your heart and to the financial level of investment which you would like make in support of our work to promote volunteerism in St. Johns County.
Q: How will my donation be used?
A: St. Johns Volunteers!, Inc. is a nonprofit corporation whose work is overseen by a board of directors. The organization has an approved operational plan and organizational budget designed to provide a financial framework for the organization. Unless designated to support a specific program or service, all donations are applied to our general operating fund.
Q: Is my donation tax deductible?
A: St. Johns Volunteers!, Inc. filed an application for registration as a charitable organization with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service in 2015. Your donation may be tax deductible. It is always advisable to consult with a tax professional or a representative from the I.R.S. if you have any questions regarding donations to charitable organizations.
Q: If I would like to list St. Johns Volunteers!, Inc. as a legal beneficiary of a planned gift or bequest, who should I contact to discuss this special gift.
A: Individuals who would like to include St. Johns Volunteers!, Inc. as a beneficiary for a planned gift can contact our CEO, Carol Saviak, at Carol.Saviak@stjohnsvolunteers.org or 904-584-9600, and should provide our organization name and physical address to the policy or account holding institution.