Other Ways to Give
Shopping for NECHV
Make a difference every time you shop online!
You shop, you save, and earn donations that the company automatically donates to NECHV for you! It’s easy to support NECHV automatically by shopping online when you use any of the following simple options on your phone, desktop, or iPad.
This is a simple and automatic way to support NECHV. By shopping at smile.amazon.com, you get the exact same experience as you would Amazon.com, with the bonus of knowing that Amazon will donate a percentage of your purchase to support NECHV.
By clicking through Ziggedy, you earn donations for NECHV from your purchase. Ziggedy allows you to shop on many different e-commerce sites, including Gilt, popular e-retailers, and even service providers such as H&R Block. There’s always something new!
When you shop through www.igive.com or add the iGive app or link to your device, iGive will keep track of all the times you shop at participating stores, and donate a percentage to NECHV for you.
Donate Your Vehicle
Donate your used car, truck, boat or recreational vehicle
Become part of a great cause by donating your used car, truck, boat or recreational vehicle to Donation Line in the name of the New England Center and Home for Veterans! Donation Line accepts most vehicles, even if they don’t run. It’s easy and convenient; and you’ll be eligible for a tax deduction!
Why donate my vehicle?
It’s much easier to donate your used vehicle than it is to sell it yourself. And the tax savings might be even more than what you would receive from a trade-in. Your donation will go directly toward supporting the programs and services provided by the New England Center and Home for Veterans.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: What can I donate?
A: Cars, trucks, motorcycles, vans, boats, jet skies, snowmobiles, motor homes, buses and even air planes. It doesn’t even have to run. Remember that you must have a clear title.
Q: Is my donation tax deductible?
A: This organization is a non-profit corporation, so your donation is tax deductible. Since each case is different, it is best to consult your tax advisor for details.
Q: My car hasn’t run in years?
A: It still has salvage value and therefore will provide us with more funds.
Q: Is there any cost to me?
A: No, Donation Line pays for towing your vehicle.
Q: What do I need to do to make a donation?
A: Have the title to the vehicle with you when you call. Answer a few questions about the vehicle, fill in the odometer reading and sign the title and then schedule a pickup time. You will be contacted by Donation Line‘s towing agent within two business days and receive a tax donation letter in 6-8 weeks. That’s it!
Q: When can I call?
A: Donation Line operators take calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Q: I live in a small town, can you still pick up the vehicle?
A: No problem. Towing service is available nationwide.
Don’t forget to mention the New England Center and Home for Veterans!
Call 1-877-CARS-4-US (227-7487) Ext. 1438 or go online to www.DonationLine.com.
Gift cards are a simple and thoughtful way to make sure Veterans are able to get everything they need, whether they are staying at the Center or living out in the community. To donate gift cards, please email CJ Beck, Philanthropic Officer of Community Engagement at firstname.lastname@example.org. In your email, please include your full name, phone number or email address, organization if applicable, and mailing address. Please also include the number of gift cards you would like to donate, and the types of cards you are interested in donating.
The following types of cards are the most useful and often requested by Veterans:
- Major pharmacies like CVS or Walgreens
- Supermarkets, such as Roche Bros., Stop and Shop, or Star Market
- Major retailers like TJ Maxx/Marshall’s/Home Goods, Target, or Macy’s
- MBTA Charlie Cards pre-loaded with a cash value (cards are given out as needed, so please no weekly or monthly passes)
- Fast food or entertainment gift cards, such as Dunkin’ Donuts, McDonald’s, Burger King, Five Guys, or AMC movie theater passes