Veterans-For-Change Says Giving to Others Can Change Lives

We can work Magic!

To feel the concept of how giving to others in little ways can change the world in larger ways, consider watching the movie Pay It Forward (Oct 2000 Bel Air Entertainment, rated PG-13, mainly for adults and older teens who can deal with some violence and mature materials). Like the movie Pay it Forward, Veterans-For-Change will lift your spirits, break your heart, make you look at the world in a new way, and just perhaps change your life.

Sometimes in life, people want to give help to others, but don’t have large amounts of money or know how to donate. Other times, one just needs a little lift to get back on their feet but doesn’t know how or where to get help. Everyone else’s problems may seem bigger or more worthy. It can feel embarrassing to ask for a handout. But with Veterans-For-Change, people can offer help when they are strong, and ask for assistance when life seems overwhelming. What a wonderful trade-off.

We request your support by considering a donation to Veterans-For-Change and help us make magic for those who need us most!

In order to meet the needs of those who come to Veterans-For-Change every month, we need 100 regular monthly donors of $20 each and 100 regular monthly donors of $50.  With every dollar we receive $0.93 will go directly to Veterans and their families in need of a one time assistance grant to help get them over a rough patch in life.

Even if you’re not able to commit to a monthly donation, a one time or annual donation is very much appreciated.  And if you’ve been blessed to never had problems, please consider the movie “Pay it Forward!”

Many of you know that over the past year or so we’ve done our level best to provide assistance to veterans and their families when in need.  And as with most small non-profit groups, we’re no different and always have a need for financial assistance.

We currently have one Navy Seaman (SN) Travis Theobold awarded the Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal and Sea Service has come to Veterans-For-Change due to medical bills for non service connected injuries after leaving the Navy.

His injury came from a fork-lift accident while working a part-time job which as most know if you work less than 32 hours per week you don’t usually qualify for medical insurance.  And he’d exhausted his worker’s compensation claim insurance and now finds himself in need of our help.

If you’re able to contribute $25, $50, $100 or more, please click HERE to be taken direct to the PayPal site!

We’re also looking for someone who has talent in the field of writing Grant Proposals which we can submit to corporations and grant foundations to assist in our operations and continued support to veterans and their families.

If you have such a talent and can donate your time and talents, please send me an E-Mail.

If you’d prefer to send a check or money order, please send an E-Mail to: for instructions.

Veterans-For-Change operates under National Faith Based Coalition Disabled Veterans Enterprises

Tax ID #84-1285120

If Veteran’s don’t help Veteran’s, who will?


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Jim Davis is the son of USMC MGySgt. Lesley Davis (Ret.) who passed away on April 24, 2006, from ALS caused by Agent Orange. His dad’s mission before he passed on was to ensure all veterans, spouses, children, and widows all received the benefits, medical care and attention, and proper facilities from the VA. Because of the promise made to his dad to carry on the mission, in May 2006 Davis began as a one-man show sending out 535 letters every single week to all members of Congress requesting and politely demanding the fulfill their promises made over the past decades to care for life those who wore the uniform and their families. Veterans-For-Change was born in August 2006 with a very small membership of 25 people composed of veterans, spouses, widows, family members, and friends and to date continues to grow.