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NWPVA

NORTHWEST PARALYZED VETERANS OF AMERICA (NWPVA) is a nonprofit organization that strongly advocates on behalf of catastrophically disabled American Veterans at the local, state and federal levels of government. Our strengths focus on supporting proactive legislation, creating sport and recreational activities and helping disabled men and women live rich and fulfilling lives!
The NWPVA Advocacy Team in Washungton DC NWPVA men and women athletes in a gymnasium Tom Knoppi snow skiing Washington State Governor Jay Inslee signing ADA legislation
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2014 - 2015
NWPVA PRESIDENT

2014-2015 NWPVA President Tom Bungert

THOMAS BUNGERT

As President, I am truly honored to serve my fellow veterans and work to maintain the integrity and high standards of the Northwest Chapter of the Paralyzed Veterans of America. Twenty-three years ago the NWPVA had a major impact on the quality of my life by introducing me to a variety of activities and support. Although I am paralyzed from the neck down, today I am able to enjoy my life and do all of the things I did before my injury! My goal is to help other disabled veterans to the best of my knowledge.


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ALL FOR ONE!

The Northwest Paralyzed Veterans of America has been dedicated to advocating at all levels of the government for people with disabilities for many years. Paralyzed veterans have been paving the way by greatly increasing opportunities for a better quality of life. The NWPVA also encourages exciting activities for disabled individuals by sponsoring a variety of sporting events throughout the community and at the national level. In the future, Northwest PVA will continue to push the envelope forward in its mission to help disabled Americans overcome the obstacles placed in their lives.


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Your tax-deductible donation helps NWPVA provide ongoing support to assist paralyzed veterans live a life without limits and experience the highest degree of independence and success in our community.


There are numerous ways that you can help, such as a secure, online donation, check or money order mailed to our office, planned giving, gifts of stocks or securities, or with a tribute or memorial gift. You might also participate in one or both of the fund raising methods described below.



The Wheels Helping Warriors logo

Considering a new car, throwing in the towel on an old motorcycle that won't run or looking to get rid of an ATV? In all situations, Paralyzed Veterans of America's Wheels Helping Warriors Vehicle Donation program is a perfect outlet for your generosity.


It's easy to donate. Be sure your title is on hand, fill out the online form at: www.wheelshelpingwarriors.org or call (855) 744-0782. We will schedule the pickup free of charge and donors receive a tax deduction for the donation.


Help support Paralyzed Veterans of America's Northwest Chapter and donate today! For more information visit www.wheelshelpingwarriors.org.


VOLUNTEER

Do you have a few free hours a week or month? How about a special talent? Is there a sport that you excel in, or are you medically trained? Could you give up a little bit of time to share your gift with someone who sacrificed their body and freedom of mobility for you?


There are many ways that you can help a disabled veteran through our organization. Please contact our office right now. The joy you will receive in return for a small commitment will be PRICELESS!




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There is a new and easy way to raise money for NWPVA just by searching the Internet with GoodSearch.com.


It's simple. You use GoodSearch.com like any other search engine-the site is powered by Yahoo!-but each time you do, money is generated for NWPVA.


Last year, search engines generated close to $6 billion in revenue from advertisers. With GoodSearch part of this advertising revenue will now be directed to NWPVA.


We hope that not only will you use GoodSearch as your main search engine from here on out, but will also pass this message on to your friends and family. The more people who use this, the more money will go to NWPVA.


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NWPVA Northwest Outpost


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CONTACT US

NWPVA OFFICE
616 SW 152nd Street, Suite B
Burien, Washington 98166


TELEPHONE
Main Office: 206.241.1843
Toll-free: 800.336.9782
Fax: 206.433.0749


EMAIL
mail@nwpva.org
pvachnw@mindspring.com

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