Care Comfort Compassion
On any given night 40,000 Veterans are Homeless and 13,000 are Unsheltered, and Tens of Thousands are Homebound and Hospitalized.
Healing for Heroes
Each year, over 6,000 Veterans Commit Suicide, 400,000 Suffer from Invisible Wounds and 4-million have a service-connected disability.
Hope United Relief Foundation’s interaction with Veterans in a genuine manner that they are uplifted knowing their service has not been forsaken and they haven’t been forgotten.
Help United Relief Foundation’s engagement in providing Veterans with the support and tools to improve the quality of their lives and overcome their individual challenges.
Healing United Relief Foundation’s ability to combine hope and help into a powerful healing force that make profound, lasting differences in the lives of the Veterans we touch.
This holiday season, Stand Tall with the United Relief Foundation and be part of our ‘Tis the Season of Service campaign and Share the Warmth effort in the service of at least 400 Illinois and Wisconsin Veterans in need.
Honoring our military Heroes and those Heroes Helping other Heroes – As the United Relief Foundation and our Hope and Help Partners Honored our military Heroes at Inner Voice Chicago’s Eddie Beard Vet House, the Veterans residents wanting to help other Veterans assembled personal care packages which include personal notes that the United Relief Foundation will present to other military Heroes in need with a heartfelt handshake and hug.
Eddie Beard Vet House residents were served a healthy and hearty meal, received some gifts of gratitude and MPS therapy, and most of all the one-on-one interaction to let them know their service has not been forsaken and they have not been forgotten. [Learn more]