Easy NO Cost Process To Donate Houses To Help Veterans!

United Relief Foundation will make a difference for veterans in need with your tax-deductible real estate donation.

First reason to donate to the United Relief Foundation
Good Deed Reward
Regardless if 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.
Second reason to donate to the United Relief Foundation
Save Money and Time
Our real estate professionals will attend to the details and guide you through the process¹ at no cost to you and are able to complete within 14 days.
Third reason to donate to the United Relief Foundation
Sizeable Tax Deduction
United Relief Foundation is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization making your real estate donation tax deductible eligible for the appraised value¹.

This is how easy we made our NO Cost and NO Obligation process to donate your house to help the men and women who served our country.

1. Call or submit the online form with some basic info about your property. A volunteer real estate professional experienced in property donation will guide you through the process.
2. We’ll review your property to determine if our charity can accept it. Remember, even if your property needs repairs, has back taxes or code violations it still may have value to be accepted.
3. We’ll take care of the paperwork and donation transfer at NO cost to you. With everything in order, the transfer of you real estate donation can be completed in as little as 14 days.

Year-round, the United Relief Foundation considers all types of residential, multi-use, retail, and commercial real estate in all sorts of conditions.

United Relief Foundation
(888) 718-0989 Ext. 1
500 Lake Cook Road Suite 350
Deerfield, Illinois 60015

Please submit the below form to help us expedite your generous real estate donation.

Frequently Asked Questions

Please Be Advised

The United Relief Foundation and its representatives do NOT provide legal, financial, or tax advice.

Real estate donors are advised to consult with legal and tax professionals regarding donating.

How are real estate donations reviewed?

Real estate professionals, who donate their time and expertise to the United Relief Foundation, review real estate donations to ensure that the Foundation's service to those who served our country can benefit from the donation.

The type, condition and location of the real estate will determine if best benefit is in using or selling the property.

How long does the donation process take?

Should all your ownership papers be in order and the title is clear of any issues, it is possible to complete the donation process in as little as two weeks.

How is fair market value for my property determined?

The fair market value of your property is determined by the appraisal of a qualified third-party appraiser.

A fair market value appraisal of your property will be necessary for your tax purposes. However, an appraisal is not necessary for the donation processes.

The United Relief Foundation is not allowed by law to recommend a third-party appraiser.

Are there any costs to me?

The United Relief Foundation, with the assistance of our donor legal and real estate professionals, takes care of all the paperwork and the typical closing expenses at NO cost to you.

You will receive a donation agreement to start the donation transfer process and then the closing documents for your signature to complete the donation.

Can I donate real estate that needs repairs?

Yes, we do consider and accept real estate even if it's in need of repairs and has code violations.

United Relief Foundation
has been Making A Difference by Being The Difference since 2006.

United Relief Foundation board, officers, volunteers, and donors are driven by doing the good deeds that make a difference by being the difference for the men and women who served in the United States Armed Forces.

The men and women veterans we serve:

Veterans in Survival Situations: These are veterans who are homeless. at risk of being homeless. or experiencing a wellbeing crisis. These veterans are the most vulnerable because they typically do not have the financial or physical means to travel to get the help they need, making them also the least visible to the public.

Veterans in Stable Situations: These are veterans who can support themselves but are experiencing a hardship, challenge, or crisis.

Veterans in Supportive Situations: These are veterans who are receiving some type of support from a veterans service organization but have needs beyond the help they are receiving.

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500 Lake Cook Road – Suite 350
Deerfield, Illinois 60015

United Relief Foundation is a 501(c)(3) humanitarian aid organization chartered as a not-for-profit by the State of Illinois on February 2, 2006. Monetary, real estate, goods, and services donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowable under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3). EIN 20-4374530

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