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VCIL works to promote the dignity, independence and civil rights of Vermonters with disabilities, and we depend on private contributions to support that work. 

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Make a secure online donation right now or setup monthly or annual donations through Network for Good.

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Raise money for VCIL by starting a Facebook fundraiser! It's easy and you can get started right now.
Start a Facebook Fundraiser for VCIL
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Our annual appeal letter sent during Vermont's mud season. Each year Linda Meleady writes a custom poem for the Match!
Check out the Annual Mud Season Match Poems

Other Ways to Share Time & Resources

For easy budgeting, consider making a contribution based on monthly payments appropriate to your means.

You can make your contribution dollars go further by having your employer match your gift to VCIL.

You can give an honorary gift to celebrate a special occasion such as an anniversary, wedding gift, retirement or a gift in memory of someone special.

Gifts of long-term appreciated stock or mutual funds offer a quick, easy and tax-efficient way to make a lasting contribution to VCIL.

You can help support our mission by opening your home to invited guests and sharing information about our work.

The VCIL Board of Directors created a committee dedicated to fundraising and development activities. You do not have to be a board member to participate; “Friends of VCIL” are welcome.
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