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Alternative Ways to Give Donate

Service Dogs for Veterans (SD4V) welcomes donations of publicly traded stocks and securities.

With the stock market performance over the past several years, you may have securities that have appreciated significantly. If you sell them, you could trigger capital gains and pay capital gain taxes on the sale. You could instead consider donating stocks with appreciated values to SD4V. By transferring your stock directly to SD4V, you could receive a tax deduction for the donation of the stock at its fair market value at the donation date. This typically provides the donor with a larger charitable donation deduction and eliminates the capital gains tax for the donor. The donation to the charity eliminates the capital gains tax since non-profit entities are not normally subject to


Compared with selling appreciated stock and donating the net after-tax proceeds, donating long-term appreciated securities directly to a charity will increase your gift and your tax deduction.

Please contact us at communityoutreach@sd4v.org and we would be glad to discuss donation of appreciated stock with you in more detail.


Any Amount

Donate Monthly



You can make a donation in memorandum of a loved one, your donation will help with emergency medical expenses for a Veteran's Service Dog. We are always trying to make it easier for you to donate. Here are some ideas for amounts and what they would cover.



Monthly/ One-Time

Sponsor a New Veteran for a Single Day of Training



Monthly/ One-Time

Dog Bowls, Collars, & New Leashes for New Dogs Starting the Program


Make Payable To:

'Service Dogs for Veterans'

Remit To:

P.O. Box 965

Taylors, SC 29687

Yes, We Accept Checks!

If the check is a Memorial for Charity's Fund, please notate that on the bottom.

One-Time Donation


Charity's Fund

A fund is being established in honor of one of our graduates, US Air Force Veteran Charity Singleton who passed away in early 2018. She loved her precious dog Haley, a rescue from Greenville County Animal Care Shelter, and how much Service Dogs for Veterans was ale to help her and her family.

This fund will be used to help cover emergency medical expenses for a Veteran's dog when the Veteran cannot afford that care themselves. All those in SD4V training and who are SD4V graduates are eligible.


Fully Sponsor

A Veteran

A sponsorship will fully cover all the expenses for one Veteran and his Service Dog Training. If you choose to sponsor a team, you will receive a commemorative package and many other great items!

Full Sponsorship

Vinyl decals for your vehicle Pictures and updates throughout the training Personal thank you note from the Veteran Meet the Service Dog Team upon graduation