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Frequently Asked Questions

QuestionWhat is the charity IRS information for Call In The Cavalry?

Answer:  Call In The Cavalry is a charitable 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The federal tax ID is 85-4210197

QuestionWill I get a tax deduction if I donate?

Answer: A tax deduction reduces an individual’s taxable income. To deduct donations, you must file a Schedule A with your tax form.  Based on the calculation from their income bracket, the individual pays a tax on the amount left over after deductions are subtracted.


Question:  What exactly does my donation go to? 


  • Funding veteran led charity events abroad. 

  • Funding administrative costs, as well as filing necessary nonprofit documents, website maintenance, flyers, signs, awards. We keep this under 10% of our total budget.


Question:  Are only veterans allowed to join the Call In The Cavalry nonprofit? 

Answer:  Our volunteer charity teams that travel abroad are typically made up of both military veterans and regular volunteers. We welcome all races, genders, sexual orientations, secular and nonsecular individuals to volunteer or join our team. The more diverse we are as an organization, the better we will be able to serve the communities where we do volunteer work. Please let us know what skills you can bring to the table, whatever they may be, so we can determine how best to utilize your efforts. We are always on the look out for individuals with fundraising skills.

Question: What sort of "skills" are you looking for when people volunteer or join the team?

Answer: All skills are welcome, although we are currently looking for individuals with experience in fundraising.  

Question: Can I go on a charity trip abroad with Call In The Cavalry?

Answer: Yes. We are always looking for people who want to go and physically volunteer abroad during our yearly charity event abroad. Knowing some Spanish is also a plus, and could be a good excuse for you to practice up a little.

Question: Do you offer any assistance with PTSD for veterans?

AnswerUnfortunately, we don't have any accredited psychologists or psychiatrists on our team at this time and therefore are reluctant to offer this type of service for veterans. With that said, sometimes hearing another veteran speak about their own personal experiences can be very beneficial to them and therefore we encourage veterans to reach out of us if this sounds like it might be beneficial to them.  

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