United In Service

Turning admiration into action by proudly serving the men and women who served in the United States Armed Forces.

Showing our veterans they have not been forgotten, and their service not forsaken by doing the good deeds that will bring them hope and help in their time of need.

Veterans In Need

There comes a moment in most of our lives a need for hope and help. Reach out to the United Relief Foundation should this be one of those moment's.

15 Years Of Service To Those In Need

Standing Tall and Together

in the service of the men and women

who served in the United States Armed Forces.

Making A Difference by Being The Difference!

We don't mind getting our hands dirty to show our veterans they have not been forgotten, and their service not forsaken by doing the good deeds that will bring them hope and help in their time of need.

Compounding the Good We Are Doing
and Differences We Are Making.

A family and a community are receiving a benefit for every veteran in need that we provide the hope to bolster their self-esteem and help boost their self-reliance.

CALL TO ACTION

Remembering, Honoring, and Supporting Our Veterans in need!

Standing Tall and Together Updates

COVID-19: United Relief Foundation continues to be of service to an increasing number of veterans, men and women, in need.

Keeping our volunteers and the veterans we serve safe has always been our priority, and we continue to adjust activities accordingly.

Your one good deed can make a difference by being the difference for the veterans we serve!

Showing Gratitude with a Good Deed. Your one good deed will help make a difference for our veterans in need.

Giving Thanks

Giving Thanks

Coming to the aid of veterans, men and women, in need at a critical time on a moment's notice.

Rapid Response Initiative

Rapid Response Initiative

Why We Are Needed

·  COVID-19 has increased the isolationfood insecurity, and basic needs amongst our most vulnerable veterans.

· Each year, over 6,000 veterans commit suicide, and 9% of the adult homeless population are veterans.

· Women veterans are at least twice as likely to be homeless as non-veteran women. and more likely to be single parents.

· Almost 1.2 million veterans live below the poverty level and 4-million veterans have a service-connected disability.

· 1.5 million veterans live in a household that completely relies on SNAP to supplement their food intake.
The above data is pre-COVID-19.

Turning Admiration Into Action

Show our veterans they have not been forgotten, and their service not forsaken by doing a good deed that will bring them hope and help in their time of need.

Your one Good Deed helps make a difference by being the difference for the veterans in need we serve.

United Relief Foundation is a 501(c)(3) humanitarian aid organization chartered as a not-for-profit by the State of Illinois on February 2, 2006.

Donations are tax-deductible to the extent of the law.

UNITED IN SERVICE

Compounding the good we are doing and differences we are making!

OUR HOPE AND HELP PARTNERS
Natioanl Women Veterans United
Inner Voice Chicago
Illinois Joining Forces
United Relief Foundation United In Service of those Who Served

(888) 718-0989

500 Lake Cook Road
Suite 350 Deerfield, Illinois 60015

United Relief Foundation is a 501(c)(3) humanitarian aid organization chartered as a not-for-profit by the State of Illinois on February 2, 2006. EIN: 20-4374530

Donations are tax-deductible to the extent of the law.

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