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

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Soil Sow Spirit Service

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

Standing Tall for Veterans

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

Some of the proudest moments for Americans are when we unite on those special occasions and National Holidays to Honor our Veterans as well as those on active duty or serving in the military reserve.

It is all the days in between those moments of tributes to our Military Heroes that the United Relief Foundation strives to Stand Tall for Veterans in need by making profoundly positive differences for the men and women who have served our Country.

The Good we do starts with the Veterans lives the United Relief Foundation touches and is compounded by having a positive impact on families, communities, society, and future generations.

Tragically, there are quite a few reasons why so many Veterans are in despair. However, there are very few reasons why we can’t continue to be united in Standing Tall and Honor our Veterans with service in their time of need.

As long as there are Veterans in need, there never can be enough good deeds done!
Even if not with the United Relief Foundation, please search out a Veteran in need and do a single good deed yourself or with another Veterans support organization.

Frank SalatoFor the most part, we quietly go about doing the good deeds that make profoundly positive differences for those we serve.

Our service of hope and help is 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.

Doing good is not a competition and as long as there are Veterans in need, there never can be enough good deeds done.

I encourage you to get involved in, even if not with the United Relief Foundation, by searching out a Veteran in need and doing a single good deed or possibly another Veterans support organization, many of which can be found on Illinois Joining Forces’ website IllinoisJoiningForces.org

In the service of those who have served,
Frank Salato, Founding President

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, or call the Veterans Crisis Line at 800.273.8255 Ext. 1

Standing Tall for Veterans in need

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Sponsor an Activity or Become a Hope and Help Partner

Charitable Charters is an excellent example of the value and benefits in Standing Tall as a United Relief Foundation Hope and Help Partner.

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