Every gift over $5.00 is recognized in writing. For gifts of certain amounts, additional recognition is made. Naming opportunities can be found here.
It is extremely important to all involved with the fundraising efforts of MAHOVA, from the Grand Master of Masons in Virginia to the staff of the Development Office, that all donors receive appropriate recognition for their significant acts of generosity.
Every gift is important, but the level and method of recognition for gifts obviously varies with the amount of the gift. Outlined below are the guidelines for Donor Recognition.
The gift values quoted are based on the value at the date of receipt of the gift/bequest, or net present value for any life income or deferred gift. Additionally, every donor receives a letter of appreciation, in accordance with IRS guidelines, acknowledging the amount of the gift.
Years to Accumulate
Gallery of Honor
Friend of the Home
Bedrock on the Tree of Life
Beam on the Wings on the Symbol of Light
Ray on the Symbol of Light
Grand Master’s Club
Gallery of Honor Portraits. Each of these donors has given at least $1,000,000 to the Home:
We have named the following areas of the Home for donors who have gone above and beyond in their financial support. Below is a list and a brief description of the areas that have been named.
- The Richard E. Brown Memory Support Unit
- Babcock Memorial Building
- The Lewis and Mildred Butler Fitness Center