Donations


Your Donation Makes a Difference


Please remember those who have served our country and are now disabled by spinal cord injury or disease by making a donation.  With your donations, BPVA can continue to improve the quality of life to our veterans by providing:

  • Quality health care
  • Continued medical research
  • Help with medical bills
  • Transportation to appointments
  • Acquiring wheelchairs
  • Participation in sporting events
  • Providing shelter to family members
  • Help with utility costs
  • Ability to accomplish everyday tasks

And so much more.

If you are interested in contributing, there are several convenient ways to make your donation.


Online donations are accepted through PayPal for your security.
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Mail a check to: 26250 Euclid Avenue, Suite 115, Euclid, Ohio 44132
Please make checks payable to: Paralyzed Veterans of America, Buckeye Chapter


Credit cards can also be processed by calling our office at (800) 248-2548


Wheels Helping Warriors – Vehicle Donation Program

1306-13_PVA_WHW_Half_Ad_11-13Considering a new car, throwing in the towel on an old motorcycle that won’t run or looking to get rid of an ATV? In all situations, Paralyzed Veterans of America’s Wheels Helping Warriors Vehicle Donation program is a perfect outlet for your generosity. It’s easy to donate. Be sure your title is on hand, fill out the online form at www.wheelshelpingwarriors.org or call (855) 744-0782. We will schedule the pickup free of charge and donors receive a tax deduction for the donation.

Help support Paralyzed Veterans of America’s Buckeye Chapter and donate today! For more information visit www.wheelshelpingwarriors.org.


A donation to BPVA is a great way to honor someone you care about who has served in the Armed Forces or believes in BPVA’s mission. If you would like to remember a loved one, please let us know. An acknowledgment of your gift will be sent to the honoree or his/her family.

 

 

 

All donations are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law under IRS Section 501 c 3.