Frank Salato
Care Comfort Compassion

In the service of Homeless, Home-bound and Hospitalized Veterans

United Relief Foundation
Home Sweet Home

In the service of Home-bound, Disability-rated and Transitioning Veterans

Soil Seed Sow Service

In the service of Disability-rated, Transitioning and Unemployed Veterans

Dear Veterans

There comes a moment in most of our lives that we could use some hope and a little help. Should this be one of those moments for you, please contact the United Relief Foundation even if you reside outside our present Illinois and Wisconsin service areas.

We also encourage you to call the Veterans Crisis Line at 800.273.8255 Ext. 1 or visit the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Make the Connection website, which has a wide range of information and resources.

Make a Connection

Standing Tall for Veterans

In the service of
the men and women who served in the United States Armed Forces

Frank SalatoFor the most part, the United Relief Foundation quietly goes about doing good deeds in providing hope and help to the men and women who have served in the United States Armed Forces residing in the Illinois counties of Cook, McHenry and Lake or the Wisconsin counties of Kenosha, Milwaukee, Racine, Walworth and Waukesha.

I feel that all good deeds are significant and every act of kindness should be a rewarding experience.  So, if not with the United Relief Foundation, please search out a Veteran in need and do a single good deed yourself or with another Veteran support organization.

In the service of those who have served,
Frank Salato, Founding President
(888)718-0989 Ext. 1