Ways To Give
Charitable Giving to Culpepper Garden
Culpepper Garden provides the supportive programs and services our residents need to stabilize their lives and allow them to remain in their home at Culpepper Garden. These programs and services are part of our distinctive tradition of caring and giving that has made a critical difference in the lives of our residents for decades.
Culpepper Garden is Arlington's award-winning, nonprofit, affordable housing community for seniors. Culpepper Garden has provided independent living apartments, meals and social enrichment to seniors for 43 years. Since the opening of our assisted living wing in 2000, we have been Arlington's only facility providing apartments and enhanced services for 73 frail, low-income individuals needing supportive care. Thanks to the generosity of Arlington County and our donors, no resident has ever had to leave assisted living because they could no longer afford their cost of care.
Our County's rapidly growing senior population makes your support of Culpepper Garden more important than ever, especially for the elderly, vulnerable residents living in our assisted living facility, where the average age is 87. The average monthly income of the assisted living residents is $1,900, but the average monthly cost of their rent, meals and assistance with activities of daily living is $2,400 to $3,800 depending on the amount of care needed.
Your gift to Culpepper Garden is extremely important because your donation goes directly to supporting the top-quality services we provide for our residents. Public funds cover a portion of some of our residents' rental and services expenses, but private donations are critical to meeting all of our residents needs. With your help, we can continue to meet our goal: no resident will have to leave our Culpepper Garden home because of lack of funds.
Culpepper Garden has received the Guildstar Platinum distinction for disclosure and transparency. Pease join us in our commitment to care for our residents by making your donation today. We are so very grateful for your financial contribution to Culpepper Garden.
How You Can Help
Culpepper Garden Springtime Party
Celebrate Culpepper Garden at this once-a-year fundraiser honoring an Arlington leader and benefitting our residents and programs. Become a donor and attend a festive garden party at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington catered by our creative dining team. View the 2018 sponsors here.
(Note: Arlington Retirement Housing Corporation (ARHC) is the nonprofit owner for Culpepper Garden.)
Cash or check
In order to make an offline donation we ask that you please follow these instructions:
Make a check payable to "Culpepper Garden"
On the memo line of the check, please indicate that the donation is for "Culpepper Garden"
Please mail your check to:
c/o ARHC/Executive Director
4435 N. Pershing Drive
Arlington, VA 22203
All contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and are tax deductible.
- United Way #9698
- CFC #82022
You can also support Culpepper Garden by shopping at Amazon Smile and designating Arlington Retirement Housing Corporation.
Amazon Wish List
An easy way to support our residents is to shop our Amazon Wish List. We are always in need of household and toiletry items such as laundry detergent, dishwashing liquid, deodorant, toothpaste, and bathroom tissue, Our Wish List is updated frequently based on our residents' needs.
Contact Marta Hill Gray at (703) 528-0162 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Double your donation with a corporate matching gift
Your contribution to Culpepper Garden may qualify for a matching gift from your employer. Your administrative staff can provide forms and instructions.
Make a bequest
A bequest allows you to support Culpepper Garden’s work today and for future generations beyond your lifetime, while reducing your taxable estate. Through your will or a codicil to an existing will, you can leave Culpepper Garden a specified gift amount, a specific asset or a designated percentage of your estate. You also may name Culpepper Garden as a beneficiary to your life insurance or retirement plan.