VRL veteran support services are provided at no cost.

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I support VRL?

VRL is the only registered nonprofit in the U.S. to commit 100% of all donations directly toward the mission. No profit is made by our volunteer staff, ensuring that every donation truly counts.

What sets VRL apart from other charities?

VRL operates with no support from government-grants, or special-interest groups. By refusing to allow financial support to influence the mission, VRL can operate in an ethical manner that’s beneficial to the vets we serve, without compromise.

Veterans Rebuilding Life, 501(c)(3) NGO, Donations are tax deductible

DONATIONS

Do you accept used items for donation?

NO

Unfortunately VRL cannot accept any used items for donation. To schedule a pickup of your used items, contact: The Vietnam Veterans of America.

Is my donation tax deductible?

YES

VRL is a 501(c)(3) NGO registered with the Internal Revenue Service. Donations are tax deductible under Title 26 of the U.S. Code. Online donations receive an emailed tax-receipt upon submission. Mailed checks receive a printed receipt within 5 business days.

Is it safe to donate online?

YES

This website is protected by Sitelock®, online donations are encrypted through Paypal secure checkout and live support is available 24-7: [email protected]

How do I know my donation will reach those in need?

VRL is registered with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service as a tax-exempt charity in good-standing. VRL submits financial records to the IRS annually to verify the allocation of every donation. The complete archive of VRL financial records (2011 to present) are publicly available at GuideStar-Candid. To learn how donations are used, visit VRL’s mission archives here

VRL CHILD MISSIONS

MISSIONS

Why help kids overseas?

So when a vet saves a child, the child saves the vet. It’s paramount to the veterans healing process that a direct emotional connection is made with those they help. More than one-quarter of children in war zones suffer the same PTSD symptoms as combat veterans.

How do you know they aren't linked to terrorism?

America’s safety comes first. All candidates must undergo rigorous security screenings to qualify for treatment. Even mere suspicion of an affiliation to terrorist group or activity results in disqualification. Disqualified candidates cannot re-apply for treatment, without exception.

What happens after treatment?

Child patients travel with a temporary medical visa preset to expire upon completion of medical treatment. All patients are escorted by authorize U.S. personnel to-and-from the airport and medical facility, before returning home to their families.

What if I have more questions?

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