Those wishing to make contributions to PVAF may do so with the knowledge that they are greatly appreciated. All gifts are tax deductible to the extent the law allows. Please know that 100% all donations support PVAF programs. The following are options for donating directly to the organization.
Mail - Donations may be made directly in the form of checks payable to the organization.
Planned Giving, Estate, wills - In addition to being one of the simplest ways to distribute your estate, your will can also be a creative vehicle through which to make thoughtful gifts.
After providing for the needs of your loved ones, you may choose one of several ways to benefit the Paralyzed Veterans of America Florida Chapterand charitable organizations you have enjoyed supporting.
By having your attorney revise your will or add a simple amendment, you can make a gift through your will of a dollar amount, specific property, a percentage of your estate, or what is left after your loved ones have been taken care of. You may also wish to name one or more charitable recipients in case one or more heirs do not survive you.
Contact Fundraising Chair Jeff Winsek for additional information.
Wheels Helping Warriors - Vehicle Donation Program
Considering a new car, throwing in the towel on an old motorcycle that won't run or looking to get rid of an ATV? In all situations, Paralyzed Veterans of America's Wheels Helping Warriors Vehicle Donation program is a perfect outlet for your generosity. It's easy to donate. Be sure your title is on hand, fill out the online form at www.wheelshelpingwarriors.org or call (855) 744-0782. We will schedule the pickup free of charge and donors receive a tax deduction for the donation.
Help support Paralyzed Veterans of America's Florida Chapter and donate today! For more information visit www.wheelshelpingwarriors.org.
100% of all donations support PVAF programs.
For more information, write, call or e-mail:
PARALYZED VETERANS OF AMERICA FLORIDA CHAPTER
3799 North Andrews Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309
1-800-683-2001 (Florida only)
(954) 565-8843 (fax)