REDLANDS, Calif. - Thanks to the generous support of corporate and individual donors, Disabled Veterans Charities, a 501(c)(3) organization, has now provided $14,054,621 to programs that support at-risk veterans and their families in Southern California.
The grants Disabled Veterans Charities awards are designed to assist disabled and needy veterans and their widows and dependents, with an emphasis on eliminating homelessness. From emotional and financial support to physical rehabilitation, the programs it supports offer:
• Transitional and permanent housing
• Mental health counseling for PTSD, depression and anxiety
• Substance abuse treatment
• Employment and career support
• Help for survivors
Disabled Veterans Charities funds organizations that provide services to both men and women from all branches of the armed forces who have served their country. The grants are designed to help these veterans and their families access the services, resources and support they need to face the challenges of homelessness and improve their lives.
“We’re so grateful for the overwhelming support of our donors who have helped us reach this milestone and make a real impact on the lives of veterans in our area,” said Disabled Veterans Charities General Manager, Jo Anne Rodriguez. “With the continued generosity of all of those who donate, we can further our mission and our assistance to our nation’s military veterans.”
Disabled Veterans Charities offers several ways to make a tax-deductible donation, including:
• A cash donation through PayPal, available through a link on the charity’s website
• Purchases on Amazon by selecting Disabled Veterans Charities on AmazonSmile
• Clothing and household item donations to the organization’s thrift stores
• Corporate giving and matching gifts
• Planned giving as part of an estate plan
To learn more about Disabled Veterans Charities, visit dvcstores.com, call 800.435.7328 or email dvc.california ( @ ) verizon dot net dot
About Disabled Veterans Charities
Established in 1968, Disabled Veterans Charities (DVC) has a long history of supporting Southern California veterans from all branches of the armed forces and their families by funding local nonprofit programs. Through grants to deserving area programs, DVC helps at-risk veterans and their dependents access the services, resources and support they need to face the challenges of homelessness and improve their lives.