Good Deeds 2012 Week 3: DVDs4VETs

Good Deed: Donated DVDs to DVDs4VETs.

I'm finding that unless it is an absolute favorite, something rare, or one of the kid's movies, there is really no need for us to keep DVDs at this point. With Netflix, streaming, Apple TV, On Demand, we don't have to keep DVDs like we used to. And, seriously, when the heck are we supposed to watch most of these movies. Some of them haven't been watched for years.

So, they're now headed to DVDs4VETs, which is an organization that puts DVDs in the hands of vets who most need them. The organization started in 2006 as wounded soldiers were returning from Iraq and required long-term rehabilitation.

DVDs can be mailed to your nearest VA Center or the DVDs4VETS office:
173 Halstead Avenue
Harrison , NY 10528

Take a look through your DVDs and I bet you have plenty that you don't need anymore. If you do decide to donate yours, the least expensive way is to mail them via Media Mail through the US Postal Service.

What was your good deed this week? Link it up here or leave a comment to share!

Note: I am in no way affiliated with DVDs4VETs,nor was I compensated for this post. All information was found on their website: www.dvds4vets.org.


Cindy Fey said...

The Volunteer Center of NE Metro Chicago sponsored a MLK Day of Service on the New Trier West campus Monday. Hundreds of volunteers made goods for ten non-profits and their clients. I took my daughters and we had a great time making quilts for children. The Volunteer Center has tons of other opportunities for people looking to serve for a little time or a lot!


Megryansmom said...

Great idea Lisa!

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