Jun 29, 2010

Helping the Homeless Veterans


The United States of America is the most powerful country in the world. This power is largely dependent on its military might. However, it is ironic that many of those who gallantly fought for American ideals are deprived of the basic necessities of life. It is estimated that more than 200,000 veterans are homeless. Many of them were injured and became disabled, both physically and psychologically. As a consequence, many of them are unable to get other source of livelihood when they left the military service. Although most of them may have received government pensions, many have already spent their lump-sum benefits in therapy and hospitalization. On the other hand, those who are receiving monthly pensions may find it difficult to afford to pay rent, much less to buy a house. You can help these veterans if you donate a car. There are organizations, such as the CarsHelpingVeterans.org, that facilitate fundraising programs for homeless veterans by auctioning donated cars.
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Instead of simply allowing your old vehicle to rot and be relegated to the junkyards, you can help homeless American veterans through car donations. You can also benefit from this supposedly altruistic deed by receiving tax deductions. Supporting programs, such as this, is 100% tax deductible. The tax deduction that you will receive will depend on the assessed value of the vehicle that you will donate. There are only three simple steps to participate in the car donation program of CarsHelpingVeterans.org. First, you need to fill-in an online form that can be found on their website. Second, you need to schedule a convenient time for pickup. Third, you will receive your tax deductible car donation receipt once all the papers are in proper order.

The vehicle that you will donate will benefit the homeless veterans, especially those who were injured or disabled while in service of the country. The purple heart car donations project is your opportunity to express your gratitude and support for those unsung heroes who need your help.
"In all things I gave you an example, that so laboring ye ought to help the weak, and to remember the words of the Lord Jesus, that he himself said, It is more blessed to give than to receive.

-- Acts 20:35

1 comment:

  1. You still believe in the whorizontal? Not no mo, brudda. The Warning shall change everything. The Warning is a serious request from God for U.S. to change our Ways, focus on Heaven, and see this lifetime is only a few 85ish years VS. the length and breadth of eternity either Upstairs, enjoying the treasures-beyond-measure or in Hell where we're headed. Choose right. Choose the Light... and win thy fight. God bless you with discernment.


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