They put their lives on the line to protect our country, and because of that, they deserve our support.
We are grateful for the sacrifices they’ve made and we admire the magnitude of those sacrifices, but unless we’ve committed years of our lives to the service of our nation, or seen the horrors of war, we can’t really imagine it ourselves… but we can help.
If you have a car to replace, or a vehicle of some kind, you can thank a veteran. The proceeds from the sale of your car can support such programs as Wounded Warrior Project or the USO.
Veterans from WWII, Korea and Vietnam got assistance like the GI Bill, but had to go it alone, when it came to finding new camaraderie and dealing with the mental anguish of losing friends on the battlefield. Returning soldiers no longer have to face their burdens without proper support, thankfully, but those programs need financial assistance.
An estimated 9%-18% of troops from Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom are likely to have PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) after they return, according to data reported. They’re also at risk for other mental health problems, such as depression in returning troops, ranging from 3% to 26%.
Can I donate my car to veterans who are active military?
Yes – many organizations exist to support the dependents of our soldiers.
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Yes – you know that you can donate a truck to veterans or a car, but can you believe you can make a golf cart donation to veterans also? Other vehicles, such as jet skis and quads, are accepted at Cars2Charities. You can donate a camper to veterans, or a trailer – we accept a recreational vehicle donation to veterans in many forms.
Water “toys” and those you use on land, such as a motorcycle donation to veterans, are all welcome.
And just like the process with a car donation, you and your non-profit will receive IRS Form 1098-C within 30 days of the sale of your vehicle, making the transaction transparent to all parties. Plus, we do all the work. There’s no standing in lines at the DMV or dealing with the paperwork from the title transfer.
When it’s time to replace a vehicle, consider a car donation for veterans through Cars2Charities, and offer our heroes and their loved ones the assistance they deserve.
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