How to Donate to Wreaths Across America and Honor Our Veterans

The holidays are a time for giving, and there is no better way to honor our veterans than by donating to Wreaths Across America. Wreaths Across America is a non-profit organization that places wreaths on the graves of fallen service members at cemeteries across the country. This year, they are aiming to place 1.8 million wreaths in honor of our veterans. Here’s how you can donate and help them reach their goal:

Choose Your Donation Amount

When you visit the Wreaths Across America website, you will be given the option to donate any amount you choose. You can donate as little as $15, which will cover the cost of one wreath, or you can donate more if you’d like. You can also choose to become a “Wreath Sponsor” and donate $30 or more, which will cover the cost of two wreaths.

Select Your Recipient

Once you have chosen your donation amount, you will be able to select which cemetery or veteran’s organization you would like your donation to go towards. You can search for a specific cemetery or organization, or browse through all of the available options. This is a great way to make sure that your donation goes towards honoring a veteran who is important to you.

Make Your Donation

Once you have selected your recipient, it’s time to make your donation. All donations are securely processed through the Wreaths Across America website, so you can rest assured that your money is going towards a good cause. After making your donation, you will receive an email confirmation with all of the details about your contribution.

Donating to Wreaths Across America is an easy and meaningful way to honor our veterans this holiday season. By donating just $15, you can help place a wreath on the grave of a fallen service member and show them how much we appreciate their sacrifice. So what are you waiting for? Make your donation today and help us reach our goal of 1.8 million wreaths.

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