Examples of charities that help veterans include the Purple Heart Foundation, the Wounded Warrior Project and Hope for the Warriors. Dozens of charities exist that claim to assist veterans. Individuals interested in donating one should research it in advance to ensure it's a legitimate organization.
The Purple Heart Foundation is a large organization that allows donations in multiple forms, including clothing, household goods, cash and cars. Donating a vehicle entails filling out an online form with contact information. The organization arranges pickup of the vehicle and title and delivers them to the veteran and his family.
The Wounded Warrior Project is a popular charity that offers support programs for veterans with wounds ranging from traumatic brain injuries to post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD. The Wounded Warrior Project's goal is "to aid in veterans' recoveries and successful transitions back to civilian life."
Hope for the Warriors was founded in 2006 by military wives who had witnessed first-hand the effects of war on soldiers and their families. The organization's goal is to enhance the quality of life for post-9/11 service members who have sustained physical and psychological wounds in the line of duty. Services provided by Hope for The Warriors include career transition and education programs, health and wellness counseling, and community-building resources for military families as they transition into civilian life.