United Relief Foundation Healing for Heroes
Lifelines of Hope and Help

In the Service of Veterans in Crisis,
Overcoming Challenges and Disability-rated

In the Service of Veterans in Crisis,
Overcoming Challenges and Disability-rated

In the Service of the
Men and Women who served in the United States Armed Forces

United Relief Foundation Healing for Heroes
Healing Heroes

In the Service of Veterans
in Crisis, Overcoming Challenges
and Disability-rated

In the Service of Veterans
in Crisis, Overcoming Challenges
and Disability-rated

In the Service of Veterans
in Crisis, Overcoming Challenges
and Disability-rated

United Relief Foundation Healing for Heroes
Care Comfort Compassion

In the Service of Veterans
who are At-risk or Homeless,
Home-bound and Hospitalized

In the Service of Veterans
who are At-risk or Homeless,
Home-bound and Hospitalized

In the Service of Veterans
who are At-risk or Homeless,
Home-bound and Hospitalized

United Relief Foundation Healing for Heroes
Home Sweet Home

In the Service of Veterans
who are At-risk or Homeless, Home-bound
and Residing in Transnational Housing

In the Service of Veterans
who are At-risk or Homeless, Home-bound
and Residing in Transnational Housing

In the Service of Veterans
who are At-risk or Homeless, Home-bound
and Residing in Transnational Housing

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Today is a good day to do a good deed that lets our military Heroes know that they have not been forgotten and their service has not been forsaken.

The sacrifices made by those who have served, and are still serving, in the United States military should be revered by all Americans, of every generation.

Stand Tall with the United Relief Foundation as we quietly go about making profound lasting differences by doing the goods deeds that empowers self-worth, bolsters health and wellness, revitalizes self-dependence and improves the quality of life of the Veterans we touch.

Not all wounds are visible

Turning Admiration into Action starts with Awareness

The State of the American Veteran: The Chicago Veterans Study: Many service members leaving the military and relocating to Chicagoland are not prepared for the transition, and as a result, struggle during the transition processes. Chicagoland veterans also reported significant housing distress and food insecurity.¹

Pre 9/11 Veterans

Post 9/11 Veterans

surveyed agreed

Civilians don't understand the problems faced by veterans

66.5%

68.7%

My military skills and experiences are often dismissed

30.0%

45.1%

Women Warriors

Studies have shown that if a male and female veteran interview for the same job, the male veteran is seen as the ‘warrior’ despite the fact that the woman may have encountered much more danger over the course of her career.

It is estimated that 2 percent of all women veterans and 13-15 percent of them living in poverty experience homelessness for over a year.

Veteran women are more than three times as likely as non-veteran women to live in poverty and experience homelessness.

We believe all good deeds are significant and every generous act should be a rewarding experience

Donate Money, Goods, Real Estate

Have or Sponsor a Fundraising Activity

nited Relief Foundation have or sponsor funraising event

Be a Boots on the Ground Organizer or Volunteer

Raise Awarness and Engage Others