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Challenged America - Enhance the quality of someone's life

by Challenged America on 27 Dec 2013
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This Holiday Season you can give the gifts of self-reliance, independence, self-confidence, and enhance the quality of someone's life.

Your donation to Challenged America will give a disabled veteran, adult or child with a disability all of these and much more.

Tammy 'The uncertainty that came with vision loss left me fearful about the future, and feeling that a normal life would be impossible. Sailing has restored my self-confidence, given me a sense of freedom and adventure I never knew I had and taught me that anything can be possible no matter what your ability is.

'Learning to sail and be in control of a boat, making it dance across the sparkling bay and hearing the splash against the hull has turned me into a graceful ballerina. This is my show now and vision loss is just a bit player waiting in the wings.'
- Tammy

Why Donate to the Disabled Businesspersons Assocation's Challenged America program?

100% of your generous gift goes directly into the program.
There are no salaries or hidden administrative or fundraising costs.
Challenged America is an all-volunteer program, as are all the programs with the DBA charity.
The DBA and all its programs are overseen and directed by volunteers from the community.

Please consider Challenged America during this gift-giving time of year, and then come on down to the dock to see how your generosity is being utilized. Better yet, come on down and volunteer and join the others who contribute their time, expertise and resources to assure that Challenged America continues for another 36-plus years.

You can make your tax-deductible donation by check to 'Challenged America' and mail directly to the Challenged America office or www.ChallengedAmerica.org!online! and use your credit card to make your gift via PayPal.

Recurring monthly donations can also be set up through PayPal. This is an extremely valuable way to help support Challenged America on an on-going basis.

Many employers will make matching donations when their employees donate to charitable causes. Check to see if your employer might have such a program. You might be able to double the impact of your gift!

Challenged America
at Sunroad Resort Marina

955 Harbor Island Dr., Suite 130
San Diego, California 92101

(619) 523-9318

Ahoy@ChallengedAmerica.org

Tax-Exempt (EIN) #: 33-0484461 - Disabled Businesspersons Association
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