Donate & Volunteer

Your help will improve the lives of Minnesota’s disabled veterans.

Whether you volunteer or make a donation, your contribution is important.

Thanks for your interest in supporting the men and women who have been injured in the service of our nation. Our mission at Disabled American Veterans of Minnesota (DAV MN) is to build better lives for Minnesota veterans and their families.

Your help makes a difference! Find out more about the different ways you can support Minnesota’s disabled veterans by reading through the options below.

Monetary Donations

Would you like to make a monetary donation to DAV MN? There are several convenient options both online, and off. You can learn more about those options and donate here.

Clothing and Household Items

SCHEDULE A DONATION PICK-UP

Do you live in the Twin Cities metro area? You can schedule a pick-up of your donated items. We visit most communities in the area once every six to nine weeks. To find out when we’ll be in your neighborhood next, use our convenient online donation scheduling website or call 651-487-2002.

DONATION DROP-OFF

There are drop-off locations in many areas across the state of Minnesota! Chances are there’s one in your neighborhood that will be convenient for you. DAV MN has partnered with Savers Thrift Stores to accept donations. Visit the Community Donation Center at any of these Savers Thrift Stores and donate to DAV MN:

Apple Valley  7608 150th St. W, Apple Valley, MN 55127

Columbia Heights  4849 Central Ave NE, Columbia Heights, MN 55421

Coon Rapids  50 Coon Rapids Blvd. NW, Coon Rapids, MN 55448

Duluth  1740 Mall Drive, Duluth, MN 55811

DAV MN also has donation bins throughout the state. Find a location near you.

 

Durable Medical Equipment Donations

 

Volunteer for the Disabled American Veterans of Minnesota

There are many opportunities to use your time and unique skills to help build better lives for Minnesota’s disabled veterans and their families.

If you’re interested in driving a van for DAV, volunteering at the VA Medical Center, or helping out in another unique way, the national Disabled American Veterans website is your next stop. There you can learn more about opportunities, and fill out the online volunteer registration form.