Individual Gifts

You are welcome to make a monetary donation to Health Brigade at any time throughout the year. You may make your gift securely online―or, if you’d prefer, by cash or check. Checks should be made payable to Health Brigade. Our mailing address is 1010 N. Thompson St., Richmond, VA 23230. (Please do not send cash through the mail.)

Online Giving

HB uses Network for Good to securely process its online donations. This service enables us to accept most major credit cards as well as debit transactions through PayPal. You may use this online service for individual gifts as well as for recurring gifts. Click here to donate online now!

Recurring Gifts

Similar to individual gifts―but on a repeating schedule chosen by you. You may establish your recurring gift online or directly with HB by contacting a member of our development team (see above). Remember: You may change your recurring gift payment schedule or cancel it altogether at any time.

Gifts Given in Honor or Memory

Gifts have special meaning when offered “in memory of” or “in honor of” those who have touched our lives. Consider paying tribute to someone special during the holidays, on a birthday or anniversary, or in recognition of any milestone. Be sure to provide your gift recipient’s name and contact information so that we can notify them of your thoughtfulness! Click here to give a gift in honor or memory of someone special!

Matching Gifts

Many companies will match (either dollar-for-dollar or a certain percentage 0f) their employees’ contributions to non-profit organizations. Please check with your company’s human resources office and request a matching gift form. Simply complete the form and forward it to HB (either with your contribution or shortly after making a gift online.) HB will handle the rest!

Richmond businesses with Gift Matching programs: Altria, AT&T, Bank of America, Capital One, Carmax, Costco, Dominion, Exon, Geico, Genworth, HCAva, Hewlett Packard, Home Depot, Macys, Markel Corporation, McGuire Woods, Mckesson, Mead Westvaco, Starbucks, Supervalu, Verizon, Wellpoint Healthcare, Wells Fargo

If your employer does not yet offer a Matching Gift Program, consider encouraging your company to start one to multiply the size of your gift!

Individual Gifts

You are welcome to make a monetary donation to Health Brigade at any time throughout the year. You may make your gift securely online―or, if you’d prefer, by cash or check. Checks should be made payable to Health Brigade. Our mailing address is 1010 N. Thompson St., Richmond, VA 23230. (Please do not send cash through the mail.)

Online Giving

HB uses Network for Good to securely process its online donations. This service enables us to accept most major credit cards as well as debit transactions through PayPal. You may use this online service for individual gifts as well as for recurring gifts. Click here to donate online now!

Recurring Gifts

Similar to individual gifts―but on a repeating schedule chosen by you. You may establish your recurring gift online or directly with HB by contacting a member of our development team (see above). Remember: You may change your recurring gift payment schedule or cancel it altogether at any time.

Gifts Given in Honor or Memory

Gifts have special meaning when offered “in memory of” or “in honor of” those who have touched our lives. Consider paying tribute to someone special during the holidays, on a birthday or anniversary, or in recognition of any milestone. Be sure to provide your gift recipient’s name and contact information so that we can notify them of your thoughtfulness! Click here to give a gift in honor or memory of someone special!

Matching Gifts

Many companies will match (either dollar-for-dollar or a certain percentage 0f) their employees’ contributions to non-profit organizations. Please check with your company’s human resources office and request a matching gift form. Simply complete the form and forward it to HB (either with your contribution or shortly after making a gift online.) HB will handle the rest!

Richmond businesses with Gift Matching programs: Altria, AT&T, Bank of America, Capital One, Carmax, Costco, Dominion, Exon, Geico, Genworth, HCAva, Hewlett Packard, Home Depot, Macys, Markel Corporation, McGuire Woods, Mckesson, Mead Westvaco, Starbucks, Supervalu, Verizon, Wellpoint Healthcare, Wells Fargo

If your employer does not yet offer a Matching Gift Program, consider encouraging your company to start one to multiply the size of your gift!

Coordinated Giving Campaigns

HB is pleased to participate in the following community giving campaigns:

  • United Way of Greater Richmond & Petersburg — Code #2028
  • United Way Local Government & Schools Campaign — Code #7322
  • Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) — Code #52481
  • Combined Virginia Campaign (CVC) — Code #3396

Deferred Gifts

Gifts made as part of your estate plans are accepted by HB. Whether you add a codicil to your will or establish a charitable gift annuity―these gifts have a significant and lasting impact by helping HB to plan for the future. Please contact Heather Turbyne-Pollard at (804) 358-6343 ext. 118 for information about these additional ways to support Health Brigade and the people it serves.

Sample of bequest language for a codicil to add to your will:

“I, [NAME], of [CITY/COUNTY of STATE, ZIP CODE], give, devise and bequeath to Health Brigade, Inc. [WRITTEN DOLLAR AMOUNT or PERCENTAGE OF THE ESTATE or DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY] for its unrestricted use and purpose.”

Charitable Gift Annuities

Establishing a charitable gift annuity (CGA) is a wonderful way to secure steady payments for yourself while providing benefits for charitable organizations. Although most people think of insurance companies when they think of annuities, Health Brigade also offers annuities. They are called “charitable gift annuities” because, as a charitable organization, we make payments to you for your lifetime. A CGA is a gift vehicle that pays you a predetermined amount each year for the rest of your life. (Your age is factored into the calculation to determine your payment—generally, the older the donor, the higher the payment.) The gift can be established with cash, securities or other property, and in return you receive fixed payments quarterly or annually.

Administration & Philanthropy

Karen Legato (804) 358-6343 x105
Executive Director

Heather Turbyne-Pollard (804) 358-6343 x118
Director of Resources & Philanthropy

501 Advisors Financial Services

Anna Davila (804) 358-6343 x123
Outcomes & Data Analyst

Polly Foster (804) 358-6343 x110
Resource Manager

Sarah Ann Jennings (804) 358-6343 x103
Volunteer Coordinator

Sarah Konigsburg (804) 358-6343 x117
Administrative Assistant

Michelle Prior (804) 358-6343 x131
Grants Coordinator

Julie Sulik (804) 677-4409
Communications Coordinator

Medical Clinic

Wendy Klein, MD, MACP
Medical Director

Roneshe Warren, NP  (804) 358-6343 x136
Director of Clinical Operations

Crystal Prosser  (804) 358-6343 x126
Medical Assistant

Blaise Davi  (804) 358-6343 x112
Medication Assistance Caseworker

Robert Key (804) 358-6343 x115
Medical Case Manager

Nidian Kincaid  (804) 358-6343 x127
Receptionist/Scheduler

Phyllis Owusu (804) 358-6343 x147
Medical Assistant

Manju Sharma, NP (804) 358-6343 x125
Nurse Practitioner

Mary Simmons, NP (804) 358-6343 x128
Nurse Practitioner