Texas.gov, the Texas Veterans Commission (TVC), and the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (TxDMV) are making it easier than ever for Texans to support Texas veterans. With 1.6 million veterans living in Texas, the demand for services that benefit veterans and their families is significant. In recognition of this need, the TVCs Fund for Veterans Assistance (FVA) program offers these online donation options, with secure payment processing provided by Texas.gov:
- TVCs Keep the Wheels Turning campaign lets Texans make a quick, tax-deductible donation when its time to renew a vehicle registration.
- Even if its not time to renew a vehicle registration, theres no need to wait. Texans can go directly to the FVAs online donation application to contribute.
These donations support grants to charitable organizations, local governments, and Veteran Service Organizations that provide direct services to Texas veterans at the community level. Since its launch in 2009, the FVA program has awarded almost $30 million to 100+ organizations for 145 grants that have benefitted nearly 150,000 Texas veterans and their families.
With Veterans Day celebrations occurring across the state next week, Texas.gov encourages all Texans to show their support with a donation that will fund services including housing assistance for homeless veterans, short-term financial assistance, family and child services, legal assistance, counseling for post-traumatic stress, and more.
About Texas Veterans Commission
The mission of the Texas Veterans Commission is to advocate for and provide superior service to Veterans and their families in the areas of disability claims assistance, employment services, education benefits and grant funding. Over 200 skilled counselors in 75 cities provide one-on-one guidance to Veterans and their families to ensure they receive all of the benefits to which they are entitled. For more information about the Texas Veterans Commission services, click here: http://www.tvc.texas.gov/Home.aspx.
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