Our retired soldiers faced a lot of difficulties and traumatic experiences while they were still on active duty. Unfortunately, their troubles did not end when they returned home from their combat duty overseas and subsequently retired from the service. Now our veterans faceÂ another set of problems, one thatâs even more worrisome than the ones they left behind.
Some returned home to their families only to be met by joblessness, poverty, and lack of government support. Others brought home mental problems like depression and post-traumatic stress disorder while some who suffered severe injuries came home with physical disabilities. Some veterans became homeless due to extreme poverty and inability to find support.
The government is doing its best to help our veterans, but sadly its best effort is not good enough. Many veterans remain unable to get their benefits for one reason or another.
That is why we atÂ Veteran Car DonationsÂ are here to fill the gap in government service by enabling our underprivileged veterans to find support from their fellow Americans who are grateful for the great services they rendered for our country.
You, too, can show support to our veterans, our living heroes who fought for us in defense of our freedoms and to protect our nationâs security. If you have an old car, van, truck, SUV, boat or motorcycle that is just sitting in your garage waiting to be thrown away, donât do it! Donate it to our Columbus, Georgia car donations program instead. We assure you your donated vehicle will impact greatly on the lives of our struggling veterans and their families.
Read on to learn more about our vehicle donations program in theÂ area.
Columbus, Georgia: A City with a Rich History
Columbus is a city in the U.S. state ofÂ GeorgiaÂ situated at the heart of the Chattahoochee Valley. It is Georgiaâs fourth largest metropolitan area and second largest city.
One of the most sought-after attractions in Columbus is the worldâs longest urban whitewater course found in the Chattahoochee River. It offers such activities as river boarding, kayaking, rafting, and more. Whatâs more interesting is that these activities are offered all year round, and its playground can accommodate any skill level from expert down to beginner.
Columbus also offers activities for âtameâ adventure-seekers. It has the River Walk â 22 miles of walking and biking. The event is also perfect for some sightseeing and fishing.
Columbus, Georgia is a city rich in history as well. The last major battle of the Civil War was fought here on Easter Sunday 1895. It now serves as a major U.S. Army base: Fort Benning.
Why Work With Veteran Car Donations
When you decide to join us and donate a car for charity through our Columbus, Georgia car donation program, expect to receive rewards from us for your generosity. Here are some of the perks you stand to receive:
- Top tax deduction
- No need to pay for your old carâs insurance and registration
- No more repair and maintenance expenses
- Free towing services
- Quick and simple donation process
How Does Columbus, Georgia Car Donations Work
Weâve made our Columbus, GeorgiaÂ car donations processÂ much easier and quicker for our donors. All you need to do is to give us the go signal to donate a vehicle to charity, and weâll handle everything else!
- First, contact us.
Give us a call at 877-594-5822 or complete ourÂ online donation formÂ with your personal and car information details. We then arrange a time and date for the pick-up that best works for you.
- Second, we tow your car.
We then get your car towed away for free. You donât even need to be there during the pickup. We will give you a towing receipt that will free you from any liability with your car, which means you can stop paying for your car insurance and registration.
- Third, we sell your car.
We will put your car on the auction block. Once your car is sold, we will transfer the proceeds to ourÂ non-profit partnersÂ that will make use of the funds to run their various programs for our veterans. Days later, we will send you by mail your tax-deductible sales receipt, which you will use to claim your top tax deduction when you file your itemized income tax return.
âIs My Vehicle Accepted?â
We accept various types of vehicles and regardless of their conditionâeven if theyâre all beat up!
Here are some examples of the vehicles we accept:
- Vans or minivans
- Jet skis
- Fishing boats
- Motorized wheelchairs
If you want to know more about the vehicles we accept, do not hesitate to contact us. Weâd love to provide you the information you need.
Learn More About Columbus, Georgia
There are a number of resources for veterans living in Columbus. For example, there is the Columbus, GA Vet Center, which is located at 2601 Cross Country Drive. This is where veterans can find confidential help at no cost in a non-medical setting. Services available here include counseling for depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, and the psychological effects of military sexual trauma.Â
The city also is home to Fort Benning Army Base, which supports more than 120,000 active-duty military personnel, their family members, reserve component soldiers, retirees, and civilian employees. As a power projection platform, it has the capability to deploy combat-ready forces by air, rail, and highway. It also is home to various military schools such as the Maneuver Center of Excellence, the Armor School, the Infantry School, the School of the Americas, and many more. The facility has a significant history as the Home of the Infantry, which has served as a training ground for soldiers since 1909.Â
Are you ready to join in our Columbus, Georgia veteran vehicle donations program? Touch the lives of our veterans and donate your car now.Â Contact usÂ at 877-594-5822! We serve the entire state of Georgia, including communities such as Athens and Savannah.