DAV Spare Change program
DAV (Disabled American Veterans) has launched a new, innovative and festive donor challenge to support veterans by donating spare change. Kicking off during the holidays and running into the new year, the DAV Spare Change program allows donors to round up purchases on a credit or debit card on a monthly basis to automatically donate “spare change” to give holiday hope and a brighter 2021 to disabled veterans.
The DAV Spare Change program allows participants to “swipe for good,” with each credit card swipe made during the holidays—from toys for the kids, to dinner with friends, or decorations for the house—helping veterans of all generations get the benefits they’ve earned through DAV’s no-cost services. For example, a DAV Spare Change donor purchases a toy train for their grandson for $7.84 on a linked debit card or credit card. DAV automatically “rounds up” that transaction to the next dollar and that spare change, in this example, 16 cents, is donated to help injured and ill veterans.
Visit davsparechange.org or text DAV to 26989 to sign up for more information on how you can turn your spare change into big gifts for our disabled veterans. By rounding up your purchases each month and donating spare change, you can be a true changemaker and help get disabled veterans the benefits they’ve earned.
When you round up your purchases, you make small donations that add up to big change. You set and control how much change you want to give each month, and every time you swipe your card, we’ll automatically round up your purchase to give hope to disabled veterans. It’s easy to make a big impact with a small amount of change each month!
Activate any card you use for regular purchases in order to turn even the smallest purchase into big change. You control how much change you want to give each month, and you can adjust it up or down anytime you want. Every purchase made on your card will be automatically rounded up to the nearest dollar and donated directly to DAV to give hope to veterans!
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