Fulfilling our promises to the men and women who served.
Welcome to Disabled American Veterans
Whether you are in need of a specific item and want to save money, or need to de-clutter and are not sure what to do with your unwanted goods, we have a solution for you.
With our 2 locations in Wichita, DAV Thrift Stores, is there to meet your shopping needs. We offer a unique selection of affordable and gently-used items for sale with the profits being donated to the Disabled American Veterans.
How do we do it? With help from caring people like you! If you are downsizing, getting new furniture, or simply ready to de-clutter, give us a call at 316.262.7440. We can pick up your gently used furniture, clothing, or household items to re-sale in our stores, and with every donation you are helping a Disabled American Veteran. Tax deductible donations are also accepted daily at each location until an hour before closing.
What Does Your Donation Do?
Since its founding more than 80 years ago, the Disabled American Veterans has been dedicated to a single purpose: building better lives for America’s disabled veterans and their families. Fidelity to that mission has required DAV to respond creatively and flexibly to changing and sometimes unpredictable problems faced by its constituency. Whether disabled veterans have needed a voice on Capitol Hill, a nationwide service program, a transportation network or unique rehabilitation opportunities, DAV has focused its attention and resources to meet those needs.
With our brave Americans leaving the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan, the DAV’s services and advocacy are as relevant and critical today as in any time in our nation’s history. Annually, the DAV represents more than 200,000 veterans and their dependents with claims for benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs and Department of Defense. The DAV’s Voluntary Services Program operates a comprehensive network of volunteers who provide veterans free rides to and from VA medical facilities and improve care and morale for sick and disabled veterans. The DAV’s 1.2 million members provide grassroots advocacy and services in communities nationwide. From educating lawmakers and the public about important issues to supporting services and legislation that helps disabled veterans –the DAV is there to promote its message of hope to all who have served and sacrificed.