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Support Texas Veterans

The Fund for Veterans’ Assistance (FVA) is supported primarily by the generosity of everyday Texans like you. Your contributions provide needed services and assistance to Texas veterans, their families, and surviving spouses.

Veteran-serving organizations supported by grant funding can be found throughout the state, from El Paso to Texarkana and Amarillo to Brownsville, delivering aid to veterans and their families in every county in-between. The Fund would not be able to serve Texas veterans without the generous support of donors like you.

Please help the Fund for Veterans’ Assistance continue to support the brave men and women who served in the military by contributing to the Fund. They served our country, now it’s our turn as Texans to support veterans in need.

Your contributions help:

Ways to Support Texas Veterans

Donate Online

Make a one-time donation with your credit card for a safe, easy, and fast way to support Texas veterans.

If you prefer to donate by mail, simply download our donation form, print it, and mail it with your check to:

Texas Veterans Commission
P.O. Box 12277
Austin, Texas 78711

Play Texas Lottery

Texas Lottery players can show their support for Texas veterans by purchasing scratch games designated to benefit Texas veterans. Just $2 buys a chance to win and proceeds raised from sales are directed to the Texas Veterans Commission’s Fund for Veterans’ Assistance (FVA). Buy now and be a winner for veterans.

Since the first veterans’ themed scratch ticket was launched in 2009, the Texas Lottery has contributed almost $90 million for programs benefiting Texas veterans. The Fund for Veterans’ Assistance makes grants available to eligible charitable organizations, local government agencies, and Veterans Service Organizations that provide direct services to Texas veterans and their families. With 1.7 million veterans spread across the state, these programs provide financial assistance, transportation services, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder counseling and housing assistance.

Players interested in finding the game in their area can use the Scratch Ticket and Retailer Locator on the Texas Lottery website.

Texas Department of Public Safety Donations

Do YOU want to support VETERANS? It’s as simple as checking YES!

Texans may make donations to the Fund for Veterans’ Assistance (FVA) when applying for or renewing a driver’s license, identification card, or License To Carry at DPS license offices and online.

Drivers License & Identification Card Donation Option

The donation option is available to customers who apply in-person at a DPS driver license office and during online transactions for registration and renewal. Residents may only make donations when applying for an original or renewal driver license/identification card – not during other transactions such as changes of address or card replacements.

To find a driver license office near you, click here. Residents who are eligible to renew a driver license or identification card online, visit the Driver License Renewal, Replacement, Change of Address or Change of Emergency Contacts system website. Please note Identification Card renewals are processed via the online Driver License system linked above.

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License To Carry Donation Option

The donation option is available to customers applying for or renewing a License To Carry (LTC), similar to the Drivers License/Identification Card option above. To apply for, renew, or look up the status of a License To Carry, visit the License To Carry A Handgun Service website.

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Vehicle Registration Donation

In January 2012, a box for donations was created on the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) registration form as a result of Senate Bill 1635 by Senator Wendy Davis. All donations support the TVC Fund for Veterans’ Assistance (FVA) which makes grants to non-profit organizations and local governments that provide services to Texas Veterans at the community level.

Texas is currently home to 1.7 million Veterans, and that number continues to grow. As Veterans adjust to civilian life, the demand for needed services for Veterans and their families grows as well. The vehicle registration renewal donation program provides an opportunity for those interested in supporting Texas Veterans and their families to contribute to the FVA program.

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Hunting & Fishing Licenses

At the end of a sales transaction where you purchase a hunting or fishing license, license buyers have the opportunity to make a voluntary contribution to the Fund for Veterans Assistance. Contributions can be made in increments of $1, $5, $10, or $20 to each. 100% of the donation goes to the Fund for Veterans Assistance.

Please note that any donation must be in conjunction with the purchase of a license or drawing entry, not as a standalone item in a transaction.

State Employees Charitable Campaign

The State Employee Charitable Campaign (SECC) is the only statutorily authorized workplace campaign for state agency and higher education employees throughout Texas. In 2015, the SECC marked its 22nd year by raising more than $8.485 million for charitable organizations throughout the state, nation and world.

Thanks to legislation that created the State Employee Charitable Campaign in 1993, employees of state agencies, junior and community colleges, and universities throughout Texas enjoy the benefit of giving to many of their favorite charities through an annual workplace giving campaign which features the convenience of payroll deduction.

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