Make Giving Tuesday really count this year, have your donations help our veterans!

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    Donation Pickups Organized by
    Vietnam Veterans of America

Giving Tuesday strives to build a world in which the the collective power of giving can be used to help others that need it. By donating used clothes, shoes, appliances, and other household items to VVA, on Giving Tuesday, you help generate funds to take care of the soldiers and service men and women who help keep America safe from harm.

Clothing:

Virtually all types of clothing, shoes, and accessories including ladies, men’s, kids, children’s, baby, purses, belts, ties, wallets, dresses, shirts, pants, shoes.

Household:

Dishes, glasses, silverware, small household appliances, bedding, linens, pillows, draperies, curtains, rugs, jewelry and cosmetics, comforters, home decor, baby items, art, and frames.

Toys: 

Stuffed animals, board games, dolls, action figures, and sports equipment.

Electronics:

Stereo, radio, Xbox, Nintendo, PlayStation, computers, laptops, monitors, DVD players, cameras, typewriters, and all types of small kitchen appliances.

Books:

Hardcover, softcover, fiction and non-fiction, e-readers.

Equipment:

Exercise equipment: small weight bench, Sporting equipment: ski equipment, snowboards, helmets, baseball bats, Tools: drills, saws, nail guns, Yard tools: lawn mowers, weed eaters, and hand trucks (no fuel of any type please!).

Small Furnishings:

Mirrors, nightstands, headboards, office chairs, decor and other small home items.

Other:

Bikes, musical instruments, small filing cabinets, garage sale leftovers, small appliances: microwaves, blenders, toasters, coffee makers, and almost anything else.

*Please note – We only accept items that are small and light enough for one person to easily lift and carry.

About VVA

In January 1978, a group of fifteen Vietnam veteran advocates got together in Washington, D.C., and began the organization that became Vietnam Veterans of America (VVA).

Over the years, VVA has been the primary organization insisting that the U.S. Government hold up its obligation to all veterans and today, the VVA is the only congressionally chartered national Vietnam veterans service organization.

The VVA is a respected charity that gives aid to all of America’s veterans, not just those of a particular age group or war.

By donating used clothes, shoes, appliances, and other household items, you help generate funds to take care of the soldiers and service men and women who help keep America safe from harm.