DONATIONS AND SPONSORSHIP INFORMATION
Listed below are 4 ways to help with your donations. Please continue to the bottom of this page to see all the ways you can help.
We Can Be Heroes Foundation is an all-volunteer non-profit charity funded by the generous support of people like you. Please visit the “About Us” page to see the work we do and how we help low-income families, veterans, senior citizens and students affected by government and other organizations budget cuts. If you like what you see, please help with your donations. You can earmark donations, such as scholarships or help homeless veterans, at check out in the “note” line. Donations are tax deductible under IRS Section 170 to extent allowed by law.
Please donate by clicking the link below or calling 904 705-6439 Monday through Saturday between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. EST. Mail checks to We Can Be Heroes Foundation, 14286-19 Beach Blvd., #120, Jacksonville, FL 32250.
EIN 81-2098724. This 501(c)3 foundation is classified as a public charity under IRS 509 (A) (2).
FLORIDA REGISTRATION #CH48313. A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE (800-435-7352) WITHIN THE STATE. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE.
The scope of services and education we provide is made possible by friends, businesses, and organizational sponsors like you. We are always happy to discuss your interests and various options with you. Click the above donations link to sponsor our programs.
EVENT SPONSORS AND EXHIBITORS
Our events throughout the year offer an opportunity for you to take an active part to sponsor and support the program. Events attract publicity and attendees from all walks of life. Sponsors receive custom incentives, such as media promotions, publicity, exhibitor tables, VIP experiences, blocks of tickets and more. Each event is custom tailored to the audience, message and venue. We are always happy to discuss options with you.
DONATE AUCTION AND RAFFLE ITEMS
We Can Be Heroes accepts donations of all types of good, services and gift cards to auction, raffle and raise funds. Merchandise must be new or like new and services must be redeemable by the winner. When you, your business or organization can help by donating merchandise or services, please click the link below to let us know. Thank you in advance for being a hero, too.
If you have any questions on our policies or current needs, please feel to contact us.
DONATE TO HOMELESS VETERANS
“We Don’t Know Them All…But We Owe Them ALL.”
URGENT ALERT: DURING THE CORONAVIRUS AND AFTERMATH:
Please order and ship online much needed food and hygiene items directly to homeless men and women Veterans. Select from the following items and ship to: Director of Veteran Affairs, Clara White Mission, 613 W. Ashley St., Jacksonville, FL 32202. You do not need to specify a delivery time for your shipment – Security Guards can accept after hours deliveries. Thank you for remembering those that served in defense of our freedoms.
Food: Non-perishable, individual servings of prepackaged or canned items with pop-top tabs, such as Vienna Sausage, Beanie-Weenies, beef jerky, sardines, tuna, granola, cereal and power bars, fruit cups, cheese and peanut butter crackers, cookies, snack packs, peanuts, and similar items.
Hygiene: Body soap, deodorant, razors, toothpaste and brushes, tissues, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, mouth wash, combs, tissues, nail clippers, nail files, sanitary and other items favored by women. Sample sizes of toiletries is also suggested.
Shower/flip-flop shoes, socks size 8-13, tee shirts size L – 2XXL, mens briefs size 36-44, towels, wash cloths, laundry detergent, bleach, disinfectant sprays, and sanitizing wipes.
About the Clara White Mission:
Located in the highly populated veteran city of Jacksonville, Florida, the Clara White Mission Veteran Program has been designated for delivery of food and goods because of their overall program success. This Mission provides a clean, welcoming place for Veterans in-need to live while working toward permanent and independent living with 24 months. Residents are required to be employed and/or currently enrolled in school; participate in case-management and life-skill classes; complete health and mental health assessment and counseling; maintain required sobriety; and participate in substance abuse education classes and support. This Mission’s very successful transitional housing and Drop-In Day Center are facilities focused on providing resources to assist homeless, low-income veterans in-need. As veterans graduate, the Mission assists them with some basic housekeeping furnishings for their new independent living residence so the need for furnishings is an ongoing cycle for new veterans entering the programs. Their Boulevard House is a women veteran’s facility and the Ashley Street facility has a large portion dedicated to men veterans.
What you can donate after the Coronavirus All Clear:
Food Items: Non-perishable, individual serving of prepackaged or canned items with pop-top tabs, such as Vienna Sausage, Beanie Weenies, beef jerky, tuna, sardines, granola, cereal and power bars, fruit cups, cheese and peanut butter crackers, cookies, snack packs or similar.
Wal-Mart $10 Gift Cards provide a dignified means for veterans to purchase their essential personal items. These cards are raffled at the Luncheons for Veterans in-need In-Need frequently held by this Foundation.
JTA Bus Tickets for work and appointments. Can be purchased at most Walgreens .
Household and personal items – New or gently used:
Toiletry & Personal Items: Soap, deodorant, lotions, shampoo, mouth wash, tooth paste, tooth brushes, combs, brushes, disposable razors, individual sewing kits, tissues, sanitary items & items favored by women. Sample sizes of toiletries is also suggested.
Bed and bath: Twin sheets sets, blankets and spreads; bedside lamps and tables, night stands, clock radios, rugs, bath, hand and wash towels, shower curtains and new pillows.
Kitchen: Pots, pans, utensils, dinner ware, flatware, coffee pots, food storage containers, new freezer/storage plastic bags, area rugs,
Cleaning: Mops, brooms, dust/cleaning cloths, laundry and dish detergent,
Miscellaneous: Foot lockers, umbrellas
Furniture – Contact the Director or Assistant of Veteran Affairs, Clara White Veteran Program at 904 354-4162 X 1109. to work out delivery of bedroom and living room bulk items and large furnishings.
Where to donate in Northeast Florida AFTER the Virus All Clear:
Westside: Contact Veteran Volunteer Steve -904 334-7634 or deliver to 7542 Proxima Rd., 32210
Mandarin: Contact Volunteer Barbara – 904 651-2673
Southside/Arlington: Contact Volunteer Debbie – 904 402-2172
West Beaches: Contact Veteran Volunteer John – 904 705-6439
Ponte Vedra Beach: Contact Volunteer Ann – 904 285-0579
Other locations: Contact Volunteer Beth – 904 705-6439