Donations made to the Military Order of the Purple Heart, or MOPH, go to any member of the United States Armed Forces wounded in war by the enemy. Donations can also go to the surviving families of those who are killed i... More »

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People can make purple heart monetary donations directly to the foundation online with a credit card at PurpleHeartFoundation.org. The Purple Heart Foundation also accepts monetary donations via mail and text. More »

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To donate lightly used items to the Military Order of the Purple Heart, go to PurpleHeartPickup.org and click on Schedule a Pick-up. On the designated day, label the items for Purple Heart and place them outside in the m... More »

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The charitable branch of the Military Order of the Purple Heart operates numerous donation centers across the East Coast, including states such as Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Virginia, Maryland and Delaware, as of 2015. I... More »

To donate lightly used items to the Military Order of the Purple Heart, go to PurpleHeartPickup.org and click on Schedule a Pick-up. On the designated day, label the items for Purple Heart and place them outside in the m... More »

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People can make purple heart monetary donations directly to the foundation online with a credit card at PurpleHeartFoundation.org. The Purple Heart Foundation also accepts monetary donations via mail and text. More »

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The most reliable source for finding a list of Korean War Purple Heart recipients is the American War Library. The library contains the names of all Purple Heart recipients since the first medals were awarded in 1917. More »