9 Non-Financial Ways to Donate to Troops

Want to help U.S. soldiers? You can donate anything from letters to guitars and cars to buoy their spirits.

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You can also do volunteer work at your local Vetrans hospital or a satellite location. Volunteers are needed in many areas, like helping with patient transport within or outside of a facility, greeting & providing directions within a facility. Helping with office work is another way to help the V.A. make their dollars go further in serving our returned vets. Remember those vets who were once actively defending our country come home. Many of them need special care when they get back, not only for physical wounds but for mental health as well. The V.A. is currently gearing up to help many more vets who suffer from PTSD, which requires many more professionals but can also be aided by volunteers willing to help those who have done so much in service of our country. I put my money were my mouth is, I volunteer 2 days a week at a local V.A. hospital in Elsmere, DE.

anonymous on 2012-09-11 20:19:07

good idea!

anonymous on 2012-09-07 11:47:54

Good idea!

anonymous on 2012-09-07 11:47:35

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