10th Anniversary, CVBH, 2005 to 2015

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How To Give to CVBH

Gifts of Cash

Gifts of cash tend to be the most popular form of contribution and are tax deductible.

Gifts of Appreciated Securities

Securities include mutual funds, stocks, and bonds and help donors make larger gifts.

Gifts of Property

Property includes real estate, antiques, collectibles, etc.

Gifts of Honorarium or Memorial

CVBH will notify individuals and families when a gift is received in Honorarium or Memorial of a loved one.

Gifts in Kind

Gifts in kind are donations of goods and services rather than money.

The Mental Health Fund Endowment

You can enhance someone's life by contributing to the agency's endowed fund established with the NC Community Foundation.

This Endowment Fund will provide help guarantee that critically needed services will be provided in the years to come. Persons are encouraged to remember this fund as they do their Estate Planning.

Capital Campaign

In March of 2010, CVBH moved to beautiful downtown Hickory. We were able to purchase two buildings which had been vacant for nearly 3 years. By purchasing existing buildings, we are able to ensure fewer footprints on the environment. Not only are we able to help rebuild the inner city, but brought nearly 75 employees to downtown. As part of this move, we began a Capital Campaign in an effort to set free funds to provide more services to the Hickory and surrounding areas. We have received $250,000 towards a $500,000 goal.

Contact Sally Learned at slearned@cvbh.org or (828) 695-5900 for information on how to donate to the Capital Campaign.

Acknowledgements

CVBH would like to express sincere gratitude and appreciation to The Kate B Reynolds Foundation, The Duke Endowment, E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation, The Cannon Foundation, The George Foundation, Hickory Community Relations Council, The Rotary Club of Catawba Valley, The Community Foundation of Burke County, Second Harvest Food Bank and Sisters of Mercy for their support and dedication to our agency.