"Never again will one generation of Veterans abandon another" Free pick up for donations of clothing and household goods to support Vietnam Veterans of America

Never again will one generation of Veterans abandon another"

Schedule a Donation Pickup in Jacksonville

Donate household items in Jacksonville and you can show your support for the Vietnam Veterans of America.

Chapter 1046 of Jacksonville is dedicated to providing assistance to our nation’s veterans. When you schedule a free donation pickup in Jacksonville, this VVA chapter is able to further its efforts in offering programs for veterans in need. Chapter 1046 is committed to educate veterans on programs available to them such as VA hospital benefits, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder support and Agent Orange victim assistance. They also focus on promoting a positive perception of Vietnam Veterans by holding discussions along with opportunities for the community to listen to guest speakers. Chapter 1046 participates in the annual Veterans “Stand Down” that is a one to three day event that provides services to homeless veterans such as food, shelter, clothing, health screening, VA and Social Security benefits counseling, substance abuse treatment, employment opportunities and many other services. They also participate in Military Appreciation Day in Green Cove Springs that honors fallen heroes of each branch of the Armed Forces. The VVA of Jacksonville, Florida has been a dependable guardian of veterans and the issues that affect them. By donating clothing and household items you are joining in on Chapter 1046’s dedication to promoting issues important to Vietnam veterans in addition to helping veterans of all wars.

You can make your community a better place and show your respect for those who fought for our freedom by scheduling a free donation pickup today.

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