THRIFT FORWARD

So, you’re inspired to support Disabled American Veterans’ mission? We thought so. There are many ways that you can support Disabled American Veterans, and donating is how you can help.

Nonprofit organizations such as school groups, scout troops or churches can raise funds by hosting a clothing and household items fundraiser drive. Businesses and individuals can also host a donation collection drive for team building and giving back to the community. The items donated to Disabled American Veterans (DAV) in Missouri, are providing vital care and services to military men and women, plus your organization can receive cash for your efforts.

Fundraising Opportunities

DAV (Disabled American Veterans) and Red Racks Thrift Stores make it easy for your non-profit organization to earn some extra cash while doing something good for the community.  Follow these links to find out which Fundraiser Opportunity is best for your group!
Donation Drive – usually takes place in a short time span.  Requires marketing, people and donations!  Earn cash based on how much you collect.

3 easy steps to a successful fundraiser:

Ready, set, go!

Inspired to support DAV’s mission?  Red Racks is owned by DAV and you can help in DAV’s mission. Business and individual can also host a collection drive as a way to contribute to Disabled American Veterans…plus your organization may receive cash for your efforts. Contact us at colleenp@teamthrift.com

Market it.

Create flyers, call friends and family, and clean out closets and the cabinets!  Rally some volunteers to help organize, lift and unload the donated items! Compete with area schools, groups or just get in your volunteer hours.  

Cash in!

DAV will pick up and weigh your donations. And you are Done!  You just helped our nations Veterans!

Here are some details about having an event!

Payments to the individual organizations are calculated based on the volume (in pounds) that are collected.

Donated household items (non-clothing) are measured separately and treated as add on value. Large furniture, mattresses, appliances and dangerous products are excluded.

Here are some best practices to ensure that your event is the biggest and best!

  1. Set a minimum number of bags as the standard/expectation to be collected by each participant (10 bags)
  2. Incentivize participants and volunteers by awarding the winner with a meaningful prize (highest number of bags collected above the minimum standard)
  3. Have an adult leader clearly communicate that participation is required by all members in order to be a member of the organization (team)

If you would like more information about a fundraiser for your school, church or other nonprofit organization, fill out the form below! You will be contacted within 72 business hours.

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