Home Do Good Put DAV Donations on Your Christmas List

Put DAV Donations on Your Christmas List

by Bill Sweeney
Share This

This DAV donations post was sponsored by DAV. All opinions are my own.

Are you looking for easy and fun ways to give to charity, including making DAV donations? It’s Christmastime, a time of joy, family, and gift giving. A lot of gift giving. Many businesses make up to half of their annual sales during the hold season! It’s a frenetic time, but also a time of love and of giving.

During this time of giving, more and more of us are shopping online and seeking out ways to do good. Wouldn’t it be fantastic if we could actually do good while we are checking off the people on our Christmas lists?? While we are cruising the web buying those goodies we can also give a little back to a good cause, like DAV (Disabled American Veterans), at the same time! I have some really fantastic news. You can, and it’s really easy to set up!

DAV’s Spare Change Program

DAV (Disabled American Veterans) has launched a new program that makes it just that much easier to support disabled veterans! The DAV Spare Change program easily allows donors to round up purchases on a credit or debit card on a monthly basis to automatically donate “spare change” to give to disabled veterans.

DAV’s spare change program is really simple yet powerful and effective. You just “set it and forget it,” but you also know that every purchase you make each and every day gives a little bit to those that have been willing to make the ultimate sacrifice for us all. With the DAV Spare Change program, you can support DAV’s mission that provides a lifetime of support for veterans of all generations and their families, helping more than one million veterans in positive, life-changing ways each year.

During this time of gift giving and present buying, I just love that each purchase I make is also a “swipe for good.” From toys for the kids, to dinner with friends, or decorations for the house, the Spare Change program helps veterans of all generations get the benefits they’ve earned through DAV’s no-cost services. You can do this all while checking off all those gifts on your list. I know your kids have plenty of ideas for you this time of year.

Top 10 Gifts on Our Kids’ Christmas Lists

While talking about this great program, I figured I’d share the top 10 things we have been buying (or trying to buy) this 2020 holiday season. We have three kids, a 15 year old girl, 13 year old boy, and 7 year old boy, so the list is pretty diverse.

  1. Playstation 5
  2. PS5
  3. Playstation 5
  4. Makeup
  5. Playstation 5
  6. Baseball mitt
  7. PS5
  8. Money
  9. Playstation 5
  10. V Bucks

Well, yep, that’s pretty much what we have been dealing with this year. I have a feeling from the online queues, the email newsletters, and the mad dashes to places like Game Stop, that a fair amount of you know what I’m talking about. However, we feel like we made some good purchases despite some of the difficulties trying to score a PS5. The best part, each time we bought something…we did some good, too!

It’s Easy To Participate

Do not worry about signing up. It’s not complicated at all. Believe me. It’s takes a few minutes, literally. The way to sign up and participate really is simple, but powerful! There are are just few steps and you are good to go!  Just Enroll, Shop, Help Veterans. Sound like a plan?

It’s just this easy…

  1. Enroll in the program online by visiting davsparechange.org. Follow the directions and simply link a credit or debit card.
  2. Use your card for holiday or everyday purchases. Simply spend like you normally would, where you normally would.
  3. Every purchase made on your card will automatically round up to the nearest dollar and your spare change is donated directly to DAV to give hope to veterans!

Here’s a Quick Example

  1. A DAV Spare Change donor purchases a toy train for their grandson for $7.84 on a linked debit card or credit card.
  2. DAV automatically “rounds up” that transaction to the next dollar and that spare change, in this example, $0.16.
  3. That $0.16 is donated to the DAV to help injured and ill veterans.

It’s just that simple. But isn’t it awesome?? I just love the entire concept. Even better, this innovative program is kicking off during the holidays and running into the new year. You still have plenty of time to sign up and participate in this awesome program!

DAV Donations Do Good

DAV is a fantastic organization that have been helping some of the most important people we empowers veterans to lead high-quality lives with respect and dignity. Disabled American Veterans is dedicated to a single purpose: keeping our promise to America’s veterans by ensuring that veterans and their families can access the full range of benefits available to them.

The organization also keeps fighting for the interests of America’s injured heroes on Capitol Hill and by providing employment resources to veterans and their families.  DAV also educates the public about the great sacrifices and needs of veterans transitioning back to civilian life.

Find Out More about DAV Spare Change

DAV is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1920 and chartered by the U.S. Congress in 1932. There are currently more than 1 million members! Visit them online to make DAV donations and to see all the great work they do!

Please follow, like and share:
Put DAV Donations on Your Christmas List was last modified: December 20th, 2020 by Bill Sweeney

Share This

You may also like

12 comments

Cristina Petrini December 21, 2020 - 8:43 AM

Great idea to do good in an important period like this and be a bit of a real Santa Claus!

Reply
Brianne December 21, 2020 - 12:01 PM

I think this is such an awesome way to give back to so many who have given so much. I love how easy DAV makes it to do.

Reply
Surekha December 21, 2020 - 12:28 PM

I have to set this Spare Change program immediately! Our veterans have sacrificed so much, and those that have been disabled deserve to get the same kind of help that they so willingly gave to us.

Reply
Matt Taylor December 21, 2020 - 1:29 PM

That is such an awesome idea. It makes it so easy to help support Disable Vets. Set it and forget it, I like the sound of that!

Reply
Heather December 21, 2020 - 3:42 PM

It’s so important to give back, especially during the holidays! We try to do something like this every year.

Reply
Ashley T December 21, 2020 - 9:55 PM

This is a great way to give back to those who have fought for us.

Reply
Kileen December 22, 2020 - 2:11 AM

DAV sounds like a really great way to easily and effortlessly give money to those in need. I love learning about programs like these. I’ve seen a few stores already round up to the nearest dollar for charity.

Reply
Dominique December 22, 2020 - 12:23 PM

Thank you for sharing – this is an amazing organization doing wonderful things!

Reply
Kaitlyn December 22, 2020 - 12:51 PM

What a nice idea to give back

Reply
anas December 22, 2020 - 11:19 PM

Wow! I never knew this existed! it is such a great way to help those in need. Thanks for sharing.

Reply
Blair Villanueva December 23, 2020 - 2:56 AM

This is an awesome idea. They are doing an awesome job to make a difference.
PS. your pajamas are so cool!

Reply
Nimra khan December 23, 2020 - 11:33 AM

It’s an amazing idea, Thanks for sharing. You are doing an awesome job by giving back to those who have given so much.

Reply

Leave a Comment

This website works with third parties that may use cookies to improve your experience. You can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More

Privacy & Cookies Policy
What An Unfinished Room Looks Like Ways Technology Has Changed the World Universal Orlando’s Simpsons Land The Gentle Parenting Technique The Best Tacos on Long Island Success When Working from Home Streaming Apps We Can’t Live Without Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway Make Extra Money From Home Long Island Stroll: Village of Sea Cliff Long Island Stroll: The Nautical Mile Long Island Stroll: Special Garden City Long Island Stroll: Sea Cliff Homes Long Island Stroll: Locust Valley Long Island Stroll: Jones Beach State Park Long Island Stroll: Historic Garden City Long Island Stroll: Garden City Homes Long Island Stroll: Freeport Long Island Stroll: Downtown Bay Shore Long Island Stroll: Centre Island Beach Sunset