Other Ways To Give

Vehicle donation

A donated vehicle is a wonderful way to honor the veterans in your life. It allows you to deduct the actual sale value of the vehicle from your taxes. The transportation company will pick up the donated vehicle, boat or RV at your home, office or other convenient location at no charge.

Please call 800-245-7996 or Donate Online

By Mail

Your monetary gift is the most direct and immediate way to support HonorBound Foundation. Your monetary gift allows you to receive the tax benefits of your gift in the same year you make it.

You can mail a check or money order to:

PO Box 2465
Darien, CT 06820-0465

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Pledges

You can choose to make a pledge that can be paid over a certain amount of time. Pledges allow you and your family to consider larger commitments. You may pledge a gift in annual, semi-annual, quarterly or monthly installments.

Gifts of securities

When you gift appreciated securities or mutual funds, you may benefit from tax advantages. Gifts are tax-deductible by law. Please talk with your financial advisor to learn about your maximum tax benefits.

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Matching Gifts

Check with your company to see if a matching gift program exists. It is a great way to multiply your contribution.

Additional ways to give

  • Estate gifts
  • “Legacy” giving opportunities
  • Commemorative giving opportunities

Planned giving benefits HonorBound Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit, and offers you an opportunity for tax benefits and income. There are many ways to give. Please talk with your financial advisor about what’s best for you.

Your privacy is important. Please email donate@honorboundfoundation.org to discuss giving options and arrangements that are most convenient for you.

The key word in our approach is dignity. It’s extremely awkward for a veteran who has served our country to have to ask for help. Many of our families just need that one helping hand to cover one of life’s unexpected expenses, and we are here for them.

Stories of Support

“I had given up. Everywhere I turned there was no help. Most of all, thank you for the gift card—it was nice to have food in the house.”

– K.H. in California