For Donations by Credit Card,
please fill out the following

Donation Form

For Donations by Check

Please write your check to Martha’s Vineyard Community Foundation. (If you are donating to a specific Fund, please notate that in the memo line.)

Please mail your check to Martha’s Vineyard Community Foundation
P.O. Box 243
West Tisbury, MA 02575

For Stock or Wire Transfer

We accept gifts of securities and donations via wire. Please contact the Foundation office for wiring instructions.

TAX EIN NUMBER

84-2084322

For more information:

Please contact:
Jenn Ray, Manager of Operations
Tel: 508-338-4665

Email Emily Bramhall
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Founded in 1982 as the Permanent Endowment for Martha’s Vineyard, and now renamed the Martha’s Vineyard Community Foundation, we are dedicated to enhancing and preserving the quality of life on Martha’s Vineyard forever. The Foundation’s purpose is to put philanthropic contributions to work for the people of Martha’s Vineyard by making grants that address community priorities, funding scholarships for Island students, and building a significant endowment that will serve as a resource for the Island in perpetuity.

Since 1982, the Foundation has grown from $60,000 to over $14 million in philanthropic assets under management.  We have provided over $6 million in grant funding to more than 210 island nonprofit organizations and awarded over $3.8 million in academic scholarships to both Vineyard-based high school seniors and currently enrolled Island college students engaged in academic programs across the country.

The Foundation works closely with donors who care about Martha’s Vineyard on a variety of customized gift opportunities, donor advised and donor designated funds, bequests, and specific field of interest funds, all having lasting impact on this special community.

Martha’s Vineyard Community Foundation is very grateful for your contribution.

Permanent Endowment for Martha's Vineyard - The Island's Community Foundation