Vehicles For Veterans Presents $696,318.66 to k9s For Warriors
Vehicles For Veterans is proud to support the mission of K9s For Warriors. In October 2022, Vehicles For Veterans presented a $696,318.66 donation to K9s For Warriors. This was made possible by the generous car donation across the country by people like you! All you need to benefit veterans charities like K9s For Warriors is an unwanted vehicle. We come to you with free towing, and you get a great tax deduction! Most importantly, your donation benefits amazing veterans charities.
About K9s For Warriors
K9s For Warriors has a mission to end veteran suicide. To accomplish this, they provide trained service dogs to veterans who suffer from PTSD, traumatic brain injury, and/or military sexual trauma. Most of the dogs in the K9s For Warriors program come from high-kill shelters. Together with their new veteran friend, the dog and the warrior can form a life-long bond while they both heal.
92 percent of the veterans served by K9s For Warriors report a reduction in their medication. 82 percent report that their suicide ideation is reduced. This service saves dogs too. In fact, K9s For Warriors has rescued over 1,500 dogs to date. This amazing mission saves two lives: the rescue dog and the veteran.
K9s For Warriors mission statement
The K9s For Warriors mission statement says, "Determined to end veteran suicide, K9s For Warriors provides highly-trained Service Dogs to military veterans suffering from PTSD, traumatic brain injury and/or military sexual trauma."
How Vehicles For Veterans Supports K9s For Warriors
Vehicles For Veterans benefits veterans charities all across the U.S., including the amazing work of K9s For Warriors. How does Vehicles For Veterans support K9s For Warriors? We accept vehicle donations, and the proceeds benefit veterans charities. All you need to help veterans is an unwanted car. Vehicles For Veterans comes to you with FREE towing. After your donation is complete, we send you a great tax-deductible receipt in the mail. Your vehicle will be auctioned or recycled, and the proceeds go toward benefiting veterans charities like K9s For Warriors.
How To Donate Your Car To Benefit Veterans
Vehicles For Veterans makes donating your car fast and easy! We have boiled the process down to three easy steps, so you can benefit veterans and get your tax deduction efficiently! Here are the three convenient steps for donating your vehicle:
First, call us at 1-855-811-4838 or fill out an online donation form. Our team is very helpful, and we are here to guide you through the process as much as needed.
Within 24 hours of the next business day, we will contact you to schedule your FREE vehicle donation pick up. We come to you to pick up your car for free.
Once your donation is complete, we mail your tax-deductible receipt. Use it on your 1098-c form during tax time to claim your deduction. It really pays to donate!
Benefiting veterans charities like K9s For Warriors is a great cause. You can make a difference for veterans today by simply donating an unwanted car!
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Vehicles For Veterans is proud to support the mission of K9s For Warriors. In October 2022, Vehicles For Veterans presented a $696,318.66 donation to K9s For Warriors. This was made possible by the generous car donation across the country by people like you! All you need to benefit veterans charities like K9s For Warriors is […]
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