Recognizing those who served in the United States military for their self-sacrifice, courageous acts and great responsibility
When “Thank You For Your Service” Just Isn’t Enough
Too many of America’s Veterans are in crisis. This is especially true among Veterans who have separated from the United States Military and are now suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, mental illness, substance abuse, homelessness, joblessness, loss of family and community support.
So just what dynamic and supportive action will it take to bring about lasting changes for Veterans. Let’s continue this conversation. Because in our willingness to create positive change, we accept that certain kinds of despairs can be significantly relieved when capable individuals take the necessary actions to make a difference. It is OUR responsibility.
Homeless Vets in One Night
Preserving and uplifting the dignity of soldiers who endured the challenges of service and are now faced with adversity
Vets at Risk of Becoming Homeless
Committed to showing gratitude for soldiers who fought for our freedoms and now need physical, mental, spiritual support
Vets Commit Suicide Every Day
VFS Charity ID: 46247
If you are a federal employee, postal worker or member of the U.S. military, please remember to give to us through your Combined Federal CampaignVeterans Forever Soldiers
Address: PO Box 104,
Hyattsville, MD 20781
Phone: (877) 770-0880