Giving

Thank you for considering a gift to the Mountain Valley Treatment Center! Unlike most programs of our kind, Mountain Valley is a registered 501 (c)(3). As a non-profit entity, we appreciate, and depend on, the generous tax-deductible support of thoughtful members of the MVTC family. While in our early days we relied heavily on the additional funding of our founding organization, the Upper Valley Stewardship Center, we now look to others for support of those features that set Mountain Valley apart from other programs and institutions.

Simply put, annual support provides some of the resources that help to make Mountain Valley both vital and viable.

We thank you in advance for your enthusiastic support of the Mountain Valley Treatment Center.
Sincerely,

Carl J. Lovejoy
Associate Executive Director, Communications and Development

Methods of Giving

Make a Gift by Check
Checks should be made payable to Mountain Valley Treatment Center and mailed to:
Mountain Valley Treatment Center
Attention: Carl J. Lovejoy
PO Box 175
Haverhill, NH 03765

Make a Gift of Securities/Stock Transfers
* Provide your stockbroker/financial advisor with the following information to transfer your stock:
Deliver to:
For the amount of:
Contact:

* Either you or your stockbroker/financial adviser should contact Carl Lovejoy, Associate Executive Director, at 603-989-3500 to inform Mountain Valley of your donation of stock. Please identify the quantity, name/description of the security, and the date of the donation.

Planned or Estate Gifts
Please consult with your estate planner, or call Carl Lovejoy, Associate Executive Director, at 603-989-3500.

Matching Gifts
Many companies match their employees’ gifts to charitable organizations. Please inquire with your company to see if they have a matching gift program.

Gifts in Kind
Gifts of personal property, such as furniture, computers, art supplies and athletic equipment are always appreciated and may be tax-deductible. Please visit our Wish List page often for items that would be gratefully accepted!

Tax Classification
Mountain Valley Treatment Center is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit institution. Any donations made to MVTC are tax-deductible to the extent provided by law.

Tax ID# 45-1619072

Wish List

Mountain Valley Treatment Center benefits from endowment support, as well as a surprising range of gifts of tangible personal property and gifts-in-kind, both new and used, such as photography and audio-visual equipment, computers and printers, athletic equipment, books, furniture, supplies, and many other items. These donations have an immediate impact on both Mountain Valley’s residents and staff.

Both the value to MVTC and your potential tax benefits depend upon the use of the gift. If your donation qualifies as “related use” — that is, if it will be used by MVTC to accomplish its mission — you can deduct the gift’s full fair market value. Examples of such gifts include musical instruments used by residents for exposure therapy, hiking gear used for adventure therapy, and riding tack used for equine therapy. For tangible personal property gifts with “unrelated use,” the donor can typically deduct the cost basis, which is usually the purchase price paid by the donor for the property.

Mountain Valley is always looking for items that will enhance the therapeutic and residential experience. Might you be willing to either donate one of the items suggested below or, perhaps, underwrite the purchase? For further information, including Wish List item costs, please contact Carl Lovejoy, Associate Executive Director, at 603-989-3500 or clovejoy@nullmountainvalleytreatment.org. We thank you, in advance, for your generous support of the Mountain Valley Treatment Center.

Funding/Endowment

  1. Financial Aid/Scholarships
    1. In order to make the Mountain Valley experience affordable to a wider, more socio-economically diverse population, a fund for financial aid/scholarship should be established.
  2. Programming
    1. In order to offer a truly dynamic exposure experience to our residents, a discretionary fund for weekend/evening programming should be established.
  3. Funding for Professional Development – Clinical trainings, lectures, professional symposiums

Capital Projects

  1. Art Center (Accomplished)
  2. Fitness Center (Accomplished)
  3. Security System in Farm House (Accomplished)
  4. Remodeling of Bathrooms in Farm House
  5. Remodeling of Farm House Second Floor Loft
  6. Remodeling of Second Floor of The Creamery for Offices and Staff Apartment
  7. Ropes Course (Accomplished)
  8. Security System in Blake House

Gifts in Kind

  1. Mountain Bikes
  2. Piano (Accomplished)
  3. Cross-country skis and ski boots
  4. Snowshoes

Email Carl Lovejoy for further information.