Help Our Vets Confront Challenges of Civilian Life
Car donations help veterans ease into civilian life, enabling them to better confront the challenges that face them during the transition period.
Among the problems that veterans face are poverty, unemployment and homelessness. Their service to our country often comes with a certain consequence. Some of our heroes come home from the field suffering from mental and physical injuries.
Veteran Car DonationsÂ is a channel for charity. We provide our donors the convenience of helping veterans in need.
The Difficulties Faced By Veterans in Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania ranks as the fourth American State with the largest veteran population. The number of veterans in the State has risen to more than 100,000 since 2012. The number is expected to rise in the coming years.
Many ex-military servicemen encounterÂ difficulties in landing jobs. Some veterans do not make it to the corporate standards of some employers. About 39 percent of impoverished Pennsylvania veterans have disabilities. These former military servicemen endure physical and mental trauma, including Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, traumatic brain injuries and amputations. They are often classified as unfit for work, thus their rising unemployment rate.
More than 21,000 veterans in Pennsylvania are jobless. This makes up 9.3 percent of the stateâ€™s veteran population. The unemployment rate in Crawford, Pennsylvania alone is placed at 14.6 percent. Berks follows with 12.6 percent. Beaver and Delaware rank third and fourth with 11.8 percent and 10.7 percent, respectively.
Research also shows that 11.8 percent of Pennsylvania veterans live below the poverty line. As a result, more veterans are expected to become homeless and add to the growing population of street dwellers in the coming years. Research shows that one out of 10 homeless individuals in the Keystone State is a veteran.Â
The realities that veterans face after deployment are quite daunting â€“ but not impossible to tackle. Car donations exist as an enabler of charity.
When youÂ donate your car in PA, you extend a helping hand to the Stateâ€™s veterans. A simple car donation canÂ impact many lives. Veteran Car Donations auctions off cars and other vehicles. We channel the proceeds to non-profit organizations that care for veterans. All it takes is a simple call to help change a life.
Donate a vehicle in PennsylvaniaÂ now!
How to Donate a Car to Charity
Vehicle donation is more convenient than it sounds. We enable our donors to reach out to the impoverished veterans of the State. The easy process takes any liability away from you.
Car donations entail a simple three-step process. We have integrated this for the benefit of our donors and veterans.
Contact us. We give you a convenient way to reach out. All it takes is a simple call to start the donation process. You can reach us at (877) 594-5822. You may also fill out ourÂ donation formÂ online to begin the donation process. Either way, we will take action immediately.
The car donations processÂ requires a few documents. We often require donors to present the title of the vehicle as a standard practice. However, there may be policies in Pennsylvania that must be adhered to. Feel free toÂ call usÂ at 877-594-5822 for further questions!
Schedule the pick-up. Youâ€™ll hear from us after we have all the necessary documents. We will call you to get your vehicle pickup details. This is absolutely free! All you have to do is pick a time that is most convenient for you, and weâ€™ll be there. We will issue you a tow receipt. The receipt will relieve you from any liability from then on. This means weâ€™ll take charge of the vehicle from the day of its pick-up.
Vehicles We Accept
We accept a number of vehicles and cars for veterans. We take cars, trucks, vans, motorcycles and SUVs. We also accept boats, non-commercial planes, jet skis, snowmobiles, RVs, campers, lawnmowers, trailers, golf carts, fleet vehicles and even farm equipment.
Donâ€™t worry about the condition of your vehicle. We will take it even if it doesnâ€™t run.
Within 30 days of the sale of the vehicle, the donor will receive a tax receipt that will allow the donors to claim their tax deductions without any fuss!
Donate a car to Pennsylvania veterans today!