Memorial Day is a time to thank the veterans who bravely served our country, and remember those who never returned. It is hard to think of another group that deserves our support more than veterans who made the ultimate sacrifice. Take a little time to reflect this weekend, amidst the beach days and barbeques. Now is a perfect time to support veterans with a donation to Vets Vehicles.
Vets Vehicles is a non-profit that started in 2011 to fix the problem of dishonest donations companies taking advantage of generous donors. They partnered with Car Donation Wizard, the most reputable charity car donation company.
Vets Vehicles Car Donation Program
Vets Vehicles receives between 75-80% of the gross proceeds from each vehicle’s sale. Then, Vets Vehicles distributes those funds to amazing organizations, including:
- Fisher House Foundation
- Marine Toys for Tots
- Special Operations Warrior Foundation
Donors from across the country explain why they decided to donate a car for veterans.
Millis, MA: “My Grandfather was a vet! I can’t thank vets enough!!!!”
Fairfield, CT: ” I like to support causes that help our veterans and this seems like a broad-based way to help do that.”
Hanover Park, IL: “This car has been a good friend to me, now for 20 years. Donating him to support a good cause feels like the right thing to do, instead of selling him to a junkyard.”
Grass Valley, CA: ” I have veterans in my family. Last time I donated everything was great and went smoothly.”
Winter Springs, FL: “My father in law was a veteran and I would like to contribute something to help vets who are alive and trying to get back on their feet.”
Pomfret, MD: “My son and several family members are active military and we always try to support our troops.”
Buckley, WA: “I wanted to donate to a program that I feel is doing good things for our veterans.”
Medford, NJ: “I’m a former US Marine, and without veterans, we would not have our freedoms.”
Sparrows Point, MD: “I support all Veterans for all their sacrifices for this great nation.”
Canton, MA: ” I am a vet. Enough said!”