Our Rescheduled (from 2020), Reformatted (online, but still live)
Pandemic Edition of an Evening of Storytelling
Wednesday, April 14, 2021 at 7-8 p.m.
“A Shot in the Arm!”
Storytellers: We are so lucky to have Moth award winning storytellers, Sue Schmidt and Kevin Gallagher, back this year to share with us true tales that will entertain and inspire. You will also hear stories from our very own homeshare matches!
Music: Live musical interludes will be performed by The Brevity Thing – Dave Ball (guitar, harp), Jom Hammack (mandolin), Steve Goldman (upright bass)
Cost: Free! Donations are welcome and accepted on the HomeShare Vermont website.
You can view this event live online but you must register ahead of time so we can send you the link! Click here or call Joyce to register at (802) 863-3360.
Check back here for updates on event.
- Download PDF of program (coming soon)
- Watch event (coming soon)
We thank our many wonderful sponsors whose generosity has made this event possible:
Help Strengthen HomeShare Vermont
HomeShare Vermont is a small, efficient, and effective 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We are able to greatly reduce costs to our clients due to the generosity of our donors. Nearly one-third of HomeShare Vermont’s budget comes from private donations. Please click here for our most recent annual report detailing our income and expenses.
Our federal tax ID Number is EIN #- 13-4287957.
You can call our office (802) 863-5625 Monday through Friday and speak with our Office Manager Joyce Touchette. She can take care of credit card donations and answer any other question you may have.
You can mail us a gift by check to: HomeShare Vermont, 412 Farrell Street, Suite 300, South Burlington, Vermont 05403
We welcome donations of stocks or mutual funds. Please contact Executive Director Kirby Dunn (802-865-4151) for instructions on making these gifts.
Polly Rowe Memorial Fund
The Polly Rowe Fund was developed in 2002 after the passing of one of our founders and long-time volunteers. Polly helped start HomeShare Vermont and volunteered with us for over 18 years. She also shared her home with many homesharers over the years. Since then, many friends of HomeShare have added to the fund, and the income helps sustain HomeShare Vermont. Please consider a bequest or a gift to this fund, which helps secure our future.
Fund established at the Vermont Community Foundation
In 2010, the HomeShare Vermont Board of Directors dedicated some of the Polly Rowe donations to establish the “HomeShare Vermont Fund” at the Vermont Community Foundation (VCF). These funds will be invested and monitored by the VCF and annual distributions generate income for HomeShare Vermont. By partnering with VCF, our donors now have access to more sophisticated financial and legal vehicles to make gifts. With several of these tools, the donor can receive lifetime income as well as an immediate tax deduction. These include charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts, charitable lead trusts, bequests and other types of planned giving. Planned gifts provide an ongoing source of income to assure the long-term viability and sustainability of our programs. As a community-based organization, even small bequests can offer a meaningful income stream. Please contact Executive Director Kirby Dunn to learn more about adding HomeShare Vermont to your estate plans.
HomeShare Vermont believes in openness and ethical communication in all that we do. We want our donors and supporters to have full access to information regarding the financial health of the organization. We invite you to explore the following link for more information on the budget and the financial health of the organization. Our most recent audit is also available upon request.
- Click here for our most recent annual report.
Thank you so much for helping to ensure that elders and others in our community have continued access to this important service.