Helping America's Most Vulnerable

The Legacy of Ballington and Maud Booth

 

Named for the visionary couple who founded Volunteers of America in 1896, the Booth Legacy Society recognizes the vision of forward-looking, creative individuals who are helping to assure that Volunteers of American can continue to serve people in need through its comprehensive human service mission.

A legacy gift to Volunteers of America is a promise to the future well-being of the community Volunteers of America serves.  It can also bring immediate rewards.

By leaving a legacy gift, you will feel the joy that comes with giving back, knowing others will share in the blessings that have come to you over a lifetime.In addition, some forms of legacy giving may offer you significant tax savings and other financial benefits.

As a member of the Ballington and Maud Booth Legacy Society, you will help inspire others to give to Volunteers of America, leading to a more just and compassionate future for all.