Makua Aloha Center, Inc.

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"Freely Give, Freely Receive"

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Estate, gift and generation-skipping taxes: The 2013 tax law permanently preserves the current individual gift, estate and generation-skipping tax to a unified $5 million exemption. This amount is indexed for inflation each year, with the exemption for 2013 being $5.25 million. The top estate and gift tax rates will rise from 35 percent to 40 percent. The annual gift tax exclusion—the amount you can give to anyone gift tax-free each year—is now $14,000 ($28,000 for married couples).  

About the Vehicle Donation Program

  • Contact Mr. Jon St John, CEO at 912-227-2549
  • We will send you a tax receipt and acknowledgement.
  • Vehicle will be used for veterans in need
  • We accept many types of vehicles, including donations of cars, trucks, vans, SUVs, motorcycles, RV


Your Donations Helps

 Your vehicle donations to Makua Aloha Center Vehicle Donation Program will help veterans.





Our goal is to help individual in need with one donation at a time. Makua Aloha Center consists of staff and volunteers who have teamed up to accomplish "one goal" to help others in need. All donations will go directly to help support our veterans and others in need.

Makua Aloha Center Inc. is a public 501(c)(3)
 Non-Profit Georgia Corporation

Your contribution is tax-deductible. 

Confer with your tax advisor.

Send Donation to:

                  Makua Aloha Center Inc                                                

                  Attn:  Jon A. St John, MBA, CEO, RETIRED VET

                  P.O. BOX 47092,  Kings Bay, GA 31547

                  PHONE (912) 227-2549

Volunteer as mentors, counselors or legal aides – Homeless veterans in transitional or supportive permanent housing often need help with learning basic life and social skills, employment training and placement, mental health or substance abuse counseling, and help with legal problems.

Spiral, Spinning Horizontal Line

Present status:

Two large storages filled with donations ~ furnitures, exercise machines, tables, chairs, file cabinets, computers, decors, refrigerator, kitchen items, conference table, desks, office supplies, etc.

Volunteers standing by to help ~ both active military and retired military and community volunteers.

Food available to veterans in need.
Transportation referral available for medical appointments.


Any contribution is a great blessing.  Every role is significant because each is a unique participant with talents to share with others and those who are able to give financially are enough to solve all budgetary needs.
We welcome retirees, college students, high school students, organizations, and all individuals with a willing heart to help our veterans with gifted skills:
  • fundraising
  • music
  • bible studies
  • pastors
  • guitar lessons
  • basic sewing
  • carpentry
  • mechanic
  • wood work
  • decor for rooms
  • builders
  • retired veterans
  • active veterans
  • School groups
  • Community groups
  • all others...gifted talents


We welcome any suggestions for fundrasing in all areas to help meet the needs of our U.S. Veterans. 
  • Email suggestion to:
  • Or call 912.227.2549 and speak to Mr. J. St. John, CEO