Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs Charlotte Hall Now Accepts Online Donations

Serving those who served by providing a continuum of care focused on
individualized services to enhance the quality of life.

ANNAPOLIS, Md.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#EGOV–Giving back to veterans and their spouses who have given so much through
their service has never been easier. Charlotte Hall Veterans Home now accepts
monetary donations online
. Charlotte Hall is a program sponsored by
the Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs, providing assisted living
and skilled nursing, long-term care services to Maryland veterans and
eligible spouses. Donations play an integral role in ensuring residents
enjoy the comforts of life in or outside of the home. Medical services,
final honors arrangements, and personal care items such as toiletries
and clothing are some of the ways funds received support residents.

Prior to opening the online channel for donations, those wishing to
support the home were required to complete a paper donation form,
enclose a paper check and return it via mail or in person. The online
donation page is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, accepting all
major credit and debit cards, and electronic checks. Anyone wishing to
make a monetary donation to Charlotte Hall Veterans Home can visit

“We realize that times have changed and when people are motivated to
give, they want and expect to do so immediately, using their smartphone
or by visiting the organizations webpage. We couldn’t be more pleased to
offer citizens, businesses, and other organizations the flexibility to
express their support for our home in the way they see fit,” said Sharon
Mattia, Director of Charlotte Hall Veterans Home. “Donations help us
help Maryland veterans and their spouses when they need it most. With
the implementation of online donations, we are hopeful to extend our
reach to help even more.”

The Charlotte Hall Veterans Home donation application was developed for
the state of Maryland at no cost by NIC Maryland, through the
self-funded digital government services contract with the State
Department of Information Technology (DoIT).

For additional questions or concerns regarding donations, please contact
the Director of Volunteer Services, Ashley Radano, at (301) 884-8171,
ext. 664. Thank you for continuing to support this valuable program.

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August 2011.

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