Denver Car Donation Launches Vehicle Donation Service for Veterans

Today, you can make the difference in the life of a United States veteran. The time has never been more critical to help support those who protected our freedom as they now need our assistance. Call (888) 537-9790 to see how you can make a difference. So far, we have reached 60% of our goal. With your vehicle donation, we know we can make it 100%!
Denver Car Donation launches Vehicle Donation Service to help support veterans and provide them a dignified existence.

Veteran Car Donations, the car donation service committed to welfare of U.S. military servicemen and servicewomen, has launched a Vehicle Donation website for providing assistance to veterans. The service is aimed at bridging the gap in service which the government cannot provide because of inherent limitations.

“We are aware that the government, despite their best efforts, cannot be expected to provide assistance to every veteran who has served the country,” says the spokesperson for the Denver Car Donation. “We want to bridge this gap to ensure that our heroes are taken care of. Our Vehicle Donation Service can help you make a difference in the life of U.S veterans significantly.”

Anyone can donate a car in Denver towards this extremely noble cause through They have long years of experience, partnerships, and collaborations as well as going beyond merely assisting these war veterans. They empower veterans using vehicle donations which help in transforming the lives of veterans and their families.

According to the spokesperson, approximately 700,000 service men and women will soon be among the country’s unemployed as the United States pulls out from various overseas peacekeeping assignments. There is an urgent need to act fast to make sure these veterans enjoy a quality life and do not languish in the streets, begging for basic needs of life such as food, clothing, shelter and medical care even after having responded unselfishly to the call of national duty.

Car owners from Denver can contribute to this huge humanitarian cause by contacting this Denver Car Donation at (888) 537-9790 or going on the website. Veteran Car Donations has made the process of donating a car in Denver easy, quick and simple. Donors just have to provide some basic information like the make and model of their car, their contact details and the physical location of the car.

Everything else is handled by the Vehicle Donation Service including arranging a towing service to pick up the car and delivering all the necessary paperwork the donor may need for the purpose of filing for tax benefits.

The donation service accepts all kinds of vehicles and of any condition, regardless of whether it’s running or has been kept idle for years. They accept cars, vans, trucks, SUVs, and even boats, jet skis, RVs, & much more. Denver car owners can even donate multiple vehicles to this noble cause if they have more than one to spare.

According to the spokesperson, Veteran Car Donations has reached 60 per cent of their goal. “We need your help and support to those who have helped us protect our freedom. By participating in our vehicle donation effort, we can make the leap from 60 per cent to 100 per cent.”

Denver Car Donation is focused on ensuring that returning warriors of the country will have access to a quality life. They also make sure that survivors of those who have sacrificed their life for national duty are also cared for.

For more information, visit or call (888) 537-9790.

About Veterans Car Donation:

Veterans Car Donation is a service committed to the welfare of US military servicemen and servicewomen. They want to make sure that veterans who have selflessly responded to the call of national duty have a dignified existence. Veterans Car Donation aims to bridge the gap of service which the government on its own cannot handle because of various reasons.

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Company Name: Veteran Car Donations
Phone: (888) 537-9790
Address:3190 S. Vaughn Way
City: Aurora
State: Colorado
Country: United States