Give to VBCF

“I’m a survivor. I’m here. I’m healthy and I want every woman who has faced the same diagnosis and challenges that I have to be able to say the exact same thing. You are not alone. This fight against breast cancer is a fight we can win, it’s a fight we will win, and it’s a fight that will be won with information.”

Catina Jones, VBCF Board of Directors, Richmond, VA

Ways to Support VBCF:

Donate by Mail

Send a check made payable to “VBCF” to Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation, 2821 Emerywood Parkway, Suite 203, Richmond, VA 23294.

Facebook Fundraisers

Are you celebrating a birthday or other occasion soon? Please consider sharing it. It is easy and rewarding, start a Facebook fundraiser today:

Get a Pink Ribbon License Plate

VBCF receives $15.00 for every Pink Ribbon License Plate purchased or renewed. It’s a great way to support our work!

Matching Gifts

Did you know that many companies match donations from their employees to VBCF? Click here to see if your company will match your donation!

Employee Giving

State employees can contribute to VBCF through the Commonwealth of Virginia campaign.  Use CVC Code 200124.

IRA Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs)

One way to help others and make a difference in the fight against breast cancer is through charitable giving through a retirement account. An option to consider, especially for those who are age 70.5 or older, is giving to the Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation directly from your individual retirement account (IRA) Required Minimum Distribution (RMD). RMDs are annual distributions that you must take from your traditional IRA account once you reach age 70.5, and they are generally considered taxable income. However, by directing your RMD to VBCF, you can reduce the impact of taxes on your income while also supporting an important cause.

This is known as a Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD) and can be a tax-efficient way of donating to a charity like VBCF. However, it is important to note that the contribution cannot be used as a charitable tax deduction, so if you are looking for a bigger tax benefit, you may want to consult a tax advisor for guidance.

These distributions must usually be made by year’s end and the check must be transfered diretly from your IRA custodian to VBCF, not from you personally. Most IRA plan sponsors will need to be contacted by early December to ensure timely distribution.

Distribution Request Letter Template

Donate a Vehicle

Donate unwanted cars, trucks, motorcycles, boats, RVs or campers by calling 1-866-628-2277. Have your title handy when you call. Visit and enter Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation in the box.

Leave a Legacy

Leave a legacy. Make a Charitable Bequest to the Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation in your will or living trust.

Become a Community Partner

Community fundraising events hosted by businesses and organizations throughout Virginia make our work possible. Find out how to partner with VBCF:

Shopping Rewards Programs

You can support VBCF every time you shop! 

Kroger Community Rewards Program

If you are a Kroger Rewards Cards Members log into your Kroger account at, and search for Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation either by name or this code: YM756 and then click Enroll. New users will need to create an account which requires some basic information, a valid email address and a rewards card.


Why Support VBCF?

For over 30 years, VBCF has supported Virginians impacted by breast cancer. We began in 1991 as pioneers in the fields of breast cancer education and advocacy. VBCF is an independent, statewide, state-based non-profit organization, and all funds donated are used to educate and advocate for our fellow Virginians:

Your gift offers COMFORT by providing your neighbor with a Newly Diagnosed Kit to easily identify local, state, and national breast cancer support resources. 

Your gift provides UNDERSTANDING by providing free educational materials and programs that educate your fellow Virginians about breast cancer. 

Your gift enables CHANGE by training volunteer advocates to push for increased breast cancer research funding and for policies that improve access to screenings, treatment, and support at the state and national levels.

VBCF is a 501(c)3 organization as determined by the IRS with federal tax identification number 54-1633519. Gifts are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.