CINCINNATI, Nov. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Disabled American Veterans (DAV) announces the launch of a free prescription drug discount card that offers savings up to 75% and when the card is used, 50 cents will be donated to the DAV from United Networks of America.
The free prescription drug cards may be used by anyone, regardless of age, income, or existing health coverage. In a time when non-profit organizations are seeing a decline in charitable contributions, this is a perfect way to support America's veterans and also save money on prescriptions.
Save Money and Support the DAV Today! Download the Drug Discount Card: http://www.davrxcard.com Simply provide your name and print the card right from your computer. Every card is pre-activated and can be used immediately.
"We are pleased to offer this benefit to the public. With our brave Americans leaving the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan, DAV's services and advocacy are critical," says Arthur H. Wilson, DAV National Adjutant. "While 50 cents might not sound like much, it adds up quickly, assisting us in our ongoing efforts to build better lives for America's disabled veterans and their families."
Cardholders can choose from any of the more than 57,000 national and local pharmacies, including most chains, and may even mail-order a 90-day supply of their medication. By showing the card once at your pharmacy, you will continue to get the discounts for the life of the program.
There is no application process, no membership fee, and no restrictions or limits on frequency of use. Cardholders and their family members may use the cards as their primary plan or to help reduce co-payments or cover prescriptions not covered by their current insurance plan.
The program ensures cardholders get the best deal on their prescriptions -- paying the lowest price available.
About Disabled American Veterans (DAV)
The 1.2 million-member Disabled American Veterans, a non-profit organization founded in 1920 and chartered by the U.S. Congress in 1932, represents this nation's disabled veterans. It is dedicated to a single purpose: building better lives for our nation's disabled veterans and their families. More information is available at www.dav.org.
SOURCE Disabled American Veterans
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