I remember my aunt talk about car donations at the Christmas table a couple of years ago. She decided to donate her old used car to one of the organizations that help veterans and it made her happy. She kept talking about it for a few weeks after Christmas that year because it made her day. She was happy that her car was donated to an organization that helps veterans and that the money was spent to help somebody in need.
My grandfather used to be a war veteran before he passed away several years ago. I am glad that he received the help from charity organizations because he deserved it.All the help that he kept receiving from various organizations allowed him to live his life in dignity and comfort. I also noticed that these days there are even more organizations than ever before that support veterans, which is great news for all those soldiers who know that they are being sent back home soon and what do not know what awaits them. They do not have to worry about anything knowing that they are going to receive the support they deserve so much.
I would be willing to donate my car to an organization that helps veterans if I had one. I do not have any spare car at the moment, but I might have one in the future. When I have one, I will not wait that long before donating it. Additionally, I will try to ask around and see if anybody in my family has a car that he no longer needs. This is going to be a topic for our Christmas conversations. After all, what better time to discuss such topics than at the Christmas table when everybody gathers together to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. If I find out that somebody in my family has a spare car he could donate, I will not hesitate to encourage that person to donate his car immediately. Why would somebody have a spare car in his garage he never uses if this car can be sold and the profit can go to war veterans?