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May 22, 2019
Mental Health Resources For Veterans

Vehicles For Veterans does not offer any helpline services, please see our "Crisis Hotline" section below if you are experiencing an emergency and need to speak with someone immediately. After returning home, many veterans face obstacles in finding the mental health resources they need. Veterans are 15 times more likely to develop post traumatic stress […]

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December 28, 2017
Donate Before Midnight For A 2017 Tax Deduction

Did you know there's still a little time to get one last deduction for the 2017 tax year? Many people don't realize that you can still donate your car tonight and get a tax deduction for this year. All you need to do is call or fill out a donation form before 11:59 p.m. tonight!  […]

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December 18, 2017
Top 7 Reasons To Donate Your Vehicle

As we are getting into the winter months and you are noticing your garage space is getting smaller and smaller, it might be time to get rid of that vehicle such as an ATV, motorcycle, car or truck that is taking up needed space.  Here are our top reasons to why you should donate today! […]

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December 6, 2017
It Was The Sand In Our Oyster

Today is the 76th Anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. The attack started at 7:53 a.m. and was over by 1 p.m. Many of us have seen the devastating photos of the attack that crippled our Pacific Fleet and probably have learned the history of the attack. However, did you know that there were […]

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October 1, 2017
Mental Health Awareness Week 2017

This year October 1-7 is Mental Health Awareness Week. One in five American adults experience mental illness. Take the time this week to learn about mental illness and participate in some fun activities. Impactful People Who Suffered From Mental Illness Mental illness often has a dark cloud around it. People often think if you have […]

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September 15, 2017
Sept. 15 Is POW/MIA Recognition Day

Each year, POW/MIA Recognition Day is held the third Friday in September. Throughout the U.S., and on U.S. bases and ships not in the country, Americans remember those who are prisoners of war or missing in action. You can get involved by attending a POW/MIA ceremony in your area. Ceremonies are held at many veterans’ […]

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August 26, 2017
Women’s Equality Day

Today is the day we celebrate the right for women to vote. This amendment was first introduced in 1878 but wasn’t officially part of the U.S. constitution until August 26th, 1920. Fifty years after the Amendment was officially granted, the holiday was officially declared by Congress as a celebration of woman’s suffrage. Here are some […]

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August 22, 2017
How To Fill Out A Vehicle Title When Donating Your Car

When donating your car to charity, one of the most important documents to have is your vehicle title. While in some cases Vehicles For Veterans can make arrangements when you can't locate your car title, the process is much easier if you do have the title. Because this is the legal document that shows you […]

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August 19, 2017
Top 3 Military Aircraft Museums For National Aviation Day

The history of human flight started in the United States, and the U.S. military played a massive role in the progression of aviation. August 19 is National Aviation Day, a day to observe and celebrate the development of aviation. Because the U.S. Military made so many improvements to flight over the years, there are many […]

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August 15, 2017
4 Interesting Facts About VJ Day

It has been 72 years since Japan officially surrendered in 1945, and World War II finally ended. Victory over Japan Day (VJ Day) is celebrated on Sept. 2—the day that Japan surrendered and WWII effectively ceased. The first VJ Day sparked a national celebration and an iconic kiss featured in Life Magazine. What do you […]

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