Thank you for supporting our community.

You can contribute online to any of our charitable funds safely and securely. Your gift is tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law, and you will receive an acknowledgment electronically for your tax records. The fund that receives a credit card gift will incur the transaction fee assessed by the credit card processing company; this fee does not reduce the deductibility of the contribution.

If you prefer, you can mail your donation to our office address listed at the bottom of this page; please indicate on your check to which fund you would like your donation attributed. Checks that do not specify a fund will be attributed to VCF's General Fund for unrestricted use.

Est. 2019 as an unrestricted fund by brothers, Fred and David Ortoli.
Est. 2019 as a scholarship fund by Joseph and Christine Lesko in memory of their son, Joey, to benefit graduating Emmett O’Brien Regional Technical High School students.
Est. 2019 as a scholarship fund by John Pawlowski in memory of his wife, Pam, to benefit graduating female Shelton High School students.
Est. 2019 as a designated fund to benefit the Housatonic Council, Boy Scouts of America.
Est. 2019 as a donor advised fund by Robert C. and Eleonora M. Van Egghen.
Est. 2019 as a designated fund by Mary and Thomas D'Addario to benefit Griffin Hospital.
Est. 2019 as a scholarship fund by Dr. Carol Merlone to benefit graduating Ansonia High School students.
Est. 2019 as a scholarship fund by brothers, Mark, Gregg, and Douglas, in memory of their brother, Peter, to benefit the senior class president of Ansonia High School.
Est. 2019 as a scholarship fund by Fred Stanek in memory of his wife, Karen, to benefit graduating Seymour High School students.
Est. 2018 as a scholarship fund by Ansonia Public Schools to benefit graduating Ansonia High School students.
Est. 2018 as a scholarship fund by Ansonia Public Schools to benefit graduating Ansonia High School students.
Est. 2018 as a scholarship fund by Ansonia Public Schools to benefit graduating Ansonia High School students.
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