Our hearts go out to all who have been affected by COVID-19 as well as to the amazing frontline Health Care Professionals, First Responders, and Volunteers, and their families.

United Relief Foundation’s service during this crisis is to continue on the best we can, in any way we can, to be a source of hope and help for the most vulnerable men and women who have served our country.

Turning admiration into action in the service of those Veterans who are in need.

Every single personal act of kindness is another shining example of how in times of crisis, Americans do not hesitate to be United In Service.
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Care Comfort Compassion: With essential volunteers only, and taking personal (and public) safety-first precautions, the United Relief Foundation continues to be of service to Veterans in need.

OUR SPIRIT SHINES THE BRIGHTEST
IN MOMENTS OF CRISIS

United Relief Foundation good deed donation to help Veterans in need

Today is a good day to do a good deed with a tax-deductible donation that will be used to help our Veterans in need know they have not been forgotten and their service not forsaken.

UNITED IN SERVICE: Making A Difference by Being The Difference!

The patriotic connection we share as Americans in admiration of the sacrifice made by those who served and are serving in the United States Armed Forces is on full display during those days of Honor to them.

As we gather on those special occasions of gratitude, let us also remember how many Veterans are not able to partake in the moments of tribute to their service.

The Pre and Post 9/11 Veterans that the United Relief Foundation have encountered are appreciative of the parades and fanfare but would be (are) especially grateful for a little help, not a hand-out, during their time of need.

Standing Tall and Together with the United Relief Foundation, individuals, groups, organizations, businesses, and corporations have found a rewarding connection to turn their admiration into action in the service of those who served.

Today is a good day for Making A Difference by Being The Difference with a Good Deed Donation to help Veterans in need know they have not been forgotten and their service not forsaken.

Turning admiration into action in the service of the men and women who served.

Boots on the Ground projects and programs suspended until further notice.

Rapid Response and COVID-19 related humanitarian aid efforts for the most vulnerable Veterans in need continue to be provided.

Care Comfort Compassion

United in the Service of Veterans who are At-risk or Homeless, Homebound and Hospitalized

Healing Our Heroes

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

Home Sweet Home

United in the Service of Veterans who are At-risk or Homeless, Homebound and Residing in Transitional Housing

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How We Are of Service

Lifelines of Hope and Help

One-on-One Interaction

Essential Wellbeing Support

Self-Reliance Tools

Profound Differences We Make

Restore Hope and Self-Worth

Re-Energize Mind, Body, and Spirit

Bolster Health and Wellness

Revitalize Self-Reliance

Improve Quality of Life

Compounding The Good We're Doing and Differences We Are Making!

Rapid Response
Initiative

United In Service by Joining Forces to Serve those Who Served At A Moment Notice.

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Women Warriors
Campaign

United In Service by Encouraging, Engaging, Educating and Empowering Female Veterans.

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As the United Relief Foundation, for the most part, quietly goes about doing the goods deeds that make a profound difference in the lives of the Veterans we touch, the good we're doing is compounded in so many ways.

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Not All Wounds Are Visible

Veterans Who Agreed: Civilians don't understand the problems faced by Veterans

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66.5% Pre 9/11 Veterans

68.7% Post 9/11 Veterans

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