Thursday, March 14, 2013

Helping Veterans Through an Organization

I know I have said it many times on here before, but helping our veterans is something I am a firm believer in. Whether it is something as simple as helping out a vet who lives nearby and can't do certain things like mowing his lawn, or something bigger such as going through an organization to help vets like, we can all get involved. It is also a great way to help our children excited about helping others, when we show them how fun and rewarding it can be. One great organization you can utilize to help out veterans is Vets Vehicles. They have an easy and fast donation process, and what I really like about them is the fact that the money from your donation goes directly to help vets. None of it is used for some hosting charity that has nothing to do with veterans. 100% of the donations received are used for vets. 

The first thing to know when preparing to donate a vehicle, is that it does not have to be in running order to be accepted. Vets Vehicles will accept just about any vehicle, running or not, and will take motorcycles, RV's, trucks, boats, and even farm equipment. 

Secondly, make sure you have the necessary information available. Vets Vehicles will need to know the make and model, mileage on the car, and the general condition it is in. If you have the VIN handy, that's helpful but not required.  You will also need a Vehicle Title Certificate, and if you are unsure about how to fill it out, you can call  Vets Vehicles and speak to a Vehicle Donation Specialist.

When donating a vehicle through Vets Vehicles, you can schedule a pick up for any time that fits your schedule. No need to arrange for towing or drop it off yourself, they will send a tow truck to pick it up at no cost to you, and whenever it's convenient. Then, once your vehicle has been sold, you will receive a tax receipt from Vets Vehicles for your records. That's it! A simple, easy and fast way to help our veterans!

This is a sponsored post however, all the points and views are my own.

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