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Paralyzed Veterans of America

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by NIGHTWATCH, Nov 9, 2003.

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  1. NIGHTWATCH

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    OK, throw me a bone, I'm not the Amazing Kreskin over here.:confused:
     
  4. Justin

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    It would appear that they're an organization that helps paralyzed vets to compete in various shooting events.

    From the site:

     
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    They had something on this org. this weekend.Bob Stack is a big supporter of these guys.
    More power to 'em.
     
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    I also have supported the PVA for about 25 years, and would caution: if you get somebody hitting you up for money claiming to be from them, make sure it's the real deal.

    PVA was one of the charities in kali where an "agency" set themselves up to solicit funds "on their behalf" and spent every dime on overhead and never gave anything to the charity. PVA never hired them, it was a scam.
     
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    AMVETS is another one ,,,BTW

    most goes to overhead,,,little to anyone else

    :fire:

    free advice,,,if ANYONE calls you up asking for donations,,,tell them to send you literature and you will be glad to look it over and consider it

    no matter what they say, just keep repeating that

    if they say they already sent you information tell them you never received it and to please resend,,,

    they will give up shortly because theyre on a time schedule and have to move on.

    chances are you will never receive this literature and they are not legitimate

    thtas straight from the police dept, legitimate organizations are more than happy to send you literature

    same thing with those "great deals on investments" calls

    if you do receive literature, research it thoroughly and give it your consideration just like you said,

    i would also suggest that if you like to donate, do it within your own town?

    just mho of course

    otherwise it sounds like a great organization

    regards
     
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    Would someone please post a Web link for PVA?
     
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    DAV- Disabled American Veterans is the .org I donate to currently
     
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