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Maximize Corporate Tax Deductions with Charitable Donations

REDLANDS, Calif., March 06, 2020  ─ As corporations prepare for this year’s tax filings, there’s no better time to make strategic plans about how to maximize corporate deducations for 2020. And a great way to lower your tax burden is through charitable giving. To encourage charitable giving, the Internal Revenue Service allows corporations to deduct […]

Make a Corporate Donation to Support Homeless Vets

While individual charitable contributions dropped in 2018 according to GivingUSA, giving by foundations and companies rose, pushing total giving in the U.S. up by 0.1% to $428 billion. To continue to propel corporate donations to worthy organizations, consider supporting Disabled Veterans Charities. Disabled Veterans Charities is a 501(c)(3) that funds local Southern California organizations who […]

Turn Holiday Shopping Into Meaningful Giving

According to Retail Dive, last year, Americans spent 24% of their holiday dollars on Amazon. With AmazonSmile, shoppers can quickly and easily turn those expenditures into donations to Disabled Veterans Charities. With AmazonSmile, shoppers can make eligible purchases online and Amazon will donate .5% of the price to the 501(c)(3) charitable organization of their choice, […]

A Quarter of Homeless Vets Live in CA. You Can Help.

According to the US Interagency Council on Homelessness, an estimated 40,056 veterans experience homelessness in America on any given day – with one third of them living in cars, encampments or on the streets. Complicating their living situations is the fact that the majority of homeless veterans also suffer from other health issues such as […]

Meaningful Emotional Support for At-Risk Vets

The US Department of Veterans Affairs says that up to 80% of homeless veterans suffer from mental health and/or substance abuse disorders, which often complicates the path into and out of homelessness. Underlying causes of these disorders are varied and can stem from the traumatic environments in which they served or their return home, including: […]