Disabled American Veterans, Chapter 81, Ashland, Ohio

   

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Frequently Asked Questions 


About Donations to DAV

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        Question: The DAV receives government funding,  why do you need my contribution?

Answer: Contrary to popular belief...Disabled American Veterans receive absolutely NO government money or grants. Our service programs are sustained by contributions such as yours.

Question: Your service programs for disabled veterans overlap or duplicate government programs.

 
Answer: This is simply NOT true, as Disabled American Veterans programs pick-up and fill the void left by government agencies...this is especially true given government budget cut-backs which make the need greater today.

Question: My gift of $5 or $10 won't help!!

 

Answer: We depend on gifts of $5 or $10...they DO make a difference. Small gifts add up to significant assistance.

Question: Is my donation tax deductible?

 

Answer: ABSOLUTELY!  The Disabled American Veterans organization is a tax-exempt organization and all contributions are tax deductible if you itemize deductions.

Question: How much of my donation goes to help Disabled American Veterans?

 

Answer: In our last accounting year, 71% of all contributions were directed to program services.

Question: How necessary are the Disabled American Veterans programs since the VA and other civilian entities have taken over the burden of caring for our disabled Veterans?

 
Answer: Nothing could be further from the truth.  As the disabled veterans' population ages from previous wars, and, as the returning veterans from Iraq, Afghanistan and other war zones return, suffering from PTSD and other physical and mental trauma their need of assistance increases almost exponentially ...the need has never been greater.

Question: Is DAV, Paralyzed Veterans, and Eastern Paralyzed Veterans the same organization? What's the difference?

 

Answer: DAV, PVA, and EPVA are separate organizations. DAV is our nation's only charity that focuses its attention exclusively on the needs of all disabled veterans, regardless of their disability. The PVA serves only those with spinal cord injuries. We serve this population, as well as amputees, blind veterans, those suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and so on -- the full spectrum of disabled veterans.

 

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