How it works
Schedule a donation pickup online with our easy to use scheduling form. Pick a day that works best for you.
Leave bags or boxes of your donated items outside your house on the designated day. Please label your items “VVA Donation Pickup” so our driver will know what to pick up.
Our driver will pick up your donation (whether you are at home or not) and leave a tax deduction receipt for you. We pick up RAIN OR SHINE!!!
TOYS: Stuffed animals, board games, dolls, action figures, and sports equipment.
ELECTRONIC: Stereo, radio, Xbox, Nintendo, Playstation, computers, laptops, monitors, DVD players, cameras, typewriters, and electronics. All types of small kitchen appliances. Not accepting TVs at this time.
BOOKS: Hardcover, softcover, fiction and non-fictions, e-readers.
EQUIPMENT: Exercise equipment: small weight benches, weights, sports gear, Sporting equipment: ski equipment, snowboards, helmets, baseball bats, basket balls, soccer equipment, tennis equipment, Tools: drills, saws, nail guns, Yard tools: lawnmowers, weed eaters, and handtrucks (no fuel of any type please!).
SMALL FURNISHINGS: Mirrors, nightstands, headboards, office chairs, decor and other small home items.
Items NOT Accepted
NO LARGE FURNITURE PLEASE: Couches, sofas, sleeper couches, box springs and mattresses
NO LARGE APPLIANCES PLEASE: Washers/dryers, refrigerators, freezers, dishwashers and stoves
NO TELEVISIONS: Not accepting TVs at this time
OTHER: Tires, food, any type of fuel, cash or checks
Now Serving Cities and States Throughout the United States!
“Never again will one generation of veterans abandon another.”
— Vietnam Veterans of America motto
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). VVA today is the only congressionally chartered national Vietnam veterans service organization. Over the years, VVA has been the primary organization insisting that the U.S. Government hold up its obligation to all veterans.
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.
The VVA is a critical support service for our veterans. VVA became a membership organization in 1979 and set to work on the issues it remains committed to today:
the general welfare and hospital care of all veterans, especially homeless and disabled veterans
veterans suffering from Post-traumatic Stress Disorder and other disabilities
closely with veterans of other conflicts
the topics on women and minority veterans’ issues