You can support Military Family and Veterans Service Organizations of America and its members by making a credit card
Click here to give.
Making a donation through our registered secure server is fast and easy,
and you will receive an acknowledgement for your tax records. All contributions are
split among our member charities.
Gift Certificates make the perfect gift for any occasion. Your recipient can choose to give to any
MFVSOA member charity and can redeem the certificate any time within one year of purchase.
Buy one now for someone you love!
Military Family and Veterans Service Organizations of America members participate in employee giving campaigns in
corporate, state, and municipal workplaces throughout the country. Look
for them in your company's giving list. If you don't see them, call
(800) 626-6526 for information on how to add them to the list.
Support MFVSOA by telling your friends, family and co-workers about us.
Use our online form to send an email to up to ten people.
Have an old car, truck, boat or other vehicle to donate?
to donate your vehicle online.
Please note that this is a free service provided by V-DAC
(Vehicle Donation to any Charity) and the service and pick-up is
totally free. Any proceeds will go directly to support ACA and its
There's nothing wrong with giving the old fashioned way. If you
write a check to the federation the proceeds will be shared with all
the member charities. Our mailing address is 1100 Larkspur Landing
Circle, Suite 340, Larkspur, CA 94939.
If you own shares of a stock, mutual fund, or other type of security,
you can donate all or some of those shares to Military, Veterans &
Patriotic Service Organizations of America.
The sale of your securities qualifies as a tax-exempt donation.
Contact Lisa Fierro at (800) 626-6526 for more information.
Making charitable bequest in your will or trust gives you the
opportunity to leave a lasting legacy as well as reduce your estate
tax. You can give a specific sum of money, a percentage of your
estate, or what remains of your estate after you have provided for all
your other beneficiaries. You can make an unrestricted gift, which
allows the charities to use your funds as they see fit, or you can
restrict your gift to fund only certain types of programs you
specify. For more information please contact Patrick Maguire at