At some time in their younger lives, the veterans are the people who fought the wars for the general public of the country that they served. Many of them have suffered the cruelty of war, coming home incomplete with lost limb, eyesight or hearing, or coming home with extra baggage of war memories haunting them for the rest of their lives. They have forced themselves to e away from their own families. Some have been tortured and left for dead. Those who died left widows and fatherless children. Those who survived, have continued to grow older. Some died before really reaching their old age but those who are no longer capable of earning a living, they are still trying to live a life, but often without much financial support. This problem is what www.vetsvehicle.org is trying to solve. If you are aware with the saying that: Everything happens for a reason. So in this way this online page is trying to build a solution to help those veterans who are still living now.
What they do is collect vehicle donations from whoever are willing to give up their vehicles. They get to sell it and the accumulated money gets to be distributed to the veteran groups that they have in their list. Everything is recorded transparently that all figures are accounted for. There are others doing the same but many of them are doing it for their own interest. Knowing this gives the donor the assurance that their donation is going to the people who they meant to help.
There is little time left for our veterans to live their lives decent enough to make life worth remembering. Helping them in this way is just our little way to contribute to their rightful happiness. Hoping that no one will deny them that happiness. After all, not everyone can do what they have done. The little we can do to help them may just be a drop in the bucket but if everyone does it, the collective effort can amass to a great thing. Please share this information if you know someone who has the capability to help and of course willing to do so.Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post however, all the points and views are my own.