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Click on the below websites to shop and they will donate a percentage to the foundation

Ambassadors for Veterans Council

Continuing the March for Veterans in Need

Council of individuals and organizations who are resolute in helping veterans and titled as our forward march support advocates for the advancement and sustainability of the Florida Veterans Foundation and its mission.


Other Donations

  • Mail in Donations
  • Gifts, Wills, Trusts
  • Corporatie Giving
  • Grants
  • Event Fundraising
  • In-Kind Donations

For more information contact:

Special Thanks

American Legion of Florida
National Association of Veterans & Families
Wal Marts of Florida


Tallahassee Dodge
Claude Pepper Foundation
MoPar Muscle
Freedom Car Show
Hamptons Gold & Country Club
Elks Club of Florida
National League of Cities
American Patriot Service Corp
UBER Technologies, Inc.

Ways to Give

Please use our print-friendly form and mail your donation to:

Florida Veterans Foundation
The Capital, Suite # 2107
400 South Monroe Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0001

Gifts – Wills, Trusts & Life Insurance

Bequests are donations that are made through a will or a living trust. You can name the Florida Veterans Foundation as a beneficiary in your will/estate for a specific amount or a percentage (see form below) or designate the foundation as a beneficiary of your life insurance policy. The Florida Veterans Foundation suggests consulting a legal professional before drafting a will.

The Florida Veterans Foundation must be named as the owner and beneficiary of the insurance policy for it to be tax-deductible.

Corporate Giving

We welcome inquiries from companies that support our mission.

Contact us at: to learn more or call the Florida Veterans Foundation offices at (850) 488-4181.

In-Kind Donations

In-kind donations are very important to the Florida Veterans Foundation’s outreach. Individuals and companies provide valuable resources. If you are interested in making an in-kind donation, please contact us at (850) 488-4181

Grant Donations

Public and private charity foundations are encouraged to participate with the Florida Veterans Foundation’s outreach to serve Pre- and Post-911 Florida veterans. Opportunities to help educate and public awareness outreach are the key elements of our desire to seek grants, as well as our stated initiatives. If you are interested in sharing grant opportunities, Please contact our President at us or contact our Foundation offices at (850) 488-4181.

Event Fundraising

We encourage you to support the Florida Veterans Foundation by engaging your community through individual efforts. Previous examples include runs, golf tournaments and faith-based group events.

For questions and more information, please contact our Development Office at or (850) 488-4181 between 9am and 4pm EST.


For those who are interested in volunteering for the mission of the Florida Veterans Organization, or as a District or Deputy Chairperson, please contact our offices at 850-488-4181 for more information.

REMEMBER: The Florida Veterans Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) public charity. All donations are tax- deductible to the full extent of the law.

[Florida Veterans Foundation’s Federal Taxpayer ID# 26-2748811]
2018 Exempt Organization Business Tax Return

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