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Raise Awareness

Let others know about the United Relief Foundation and how they can make a difference by making others aware of the Foundation's service to men and women veterans in need.

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Donations, including Facebook Fundraising, are tax-deductible to the extent of the law.

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Donate Real Estate

Year-round, the United Relief Foundation considers all types of residential, multi-use, and commercial real estate in all sorts of condition within the city limits of Chicago and its neighboring suburbs.

Good Deed Reward

Regardless of your real estate is unwanted or hard to sell, it does not lessen the good your donation can do in supporting our efforts to help Veterans in need.


By donating to a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization, you should be able to receive a tax deduction for the fair market value¹.

Save Money

Keep from wasting more money on upkeep, utilities, insurance, and property taxes for an unwanted or hard to sell real estate.

Easy and Simple Process

Our real estate professionals will attend to the details and guide you through the process¹ and are able to complete within 14 days.

Donate your house to the United Relief Foundation to help veterans in need

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¹Even though the United Relief Foundation does its due diligence, we advise that you speak with your own professionals who are knowledgeable in the legal aspects and tax benefits of donating real estate. Richard A. Valentino, Attorney - United Relief Foundation.

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