Even though receiving accolades and acknowledgments are nice, they are not necessary for the good...
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20 Veterans succumb
to suicide every day
9% of the adult homeless population are Veterans
4-million Veterans have a service-connected disability
Female Veteran population up +0.6 percent per year
POST 9/11 - A NEW GENERATION OF VETERANS
DoD estimates 230,000 separations (new Vets) per year
Standing Tall & Together
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.
By Standing Tall and Together with the United Relief Foundation; individuals, groups, organizations, and businesses have found a rewarding connection to turn their admiration into action in the service of those who served.
Most of the good deeds done by the United Relief Foundation to help Veterans in need are without fanfare. However, even though we quietly go about doing good, our Making A Difference by Being The Difference is not going unappreciated by the Veterans we touch.
In the Service of those Who Served,
The United Relief Foundation is a 501 (c)(3), Illinois chartered not-for-profit, humanitarian aid organization dedicated to doing the good deeds that are Making A Difference by Being The Difference in the lives of the Veterans in need we touch.
Our Service to Veterans in need
◊ Lifelines of Hope and Help
◊ One-on-One Interaction
◊ Essential Wellbeing Support
◊ Self-Sufficiency 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!
Not All Wounds Are Visible
Veterans Who Agreed: Civilians don't understand the problems faced by Veterans
© USC School of Social Work Center for Innovation and Research on Veterans & Military Families
66.5% Pre 9/11 Veterans
68.7% Post 9/11 Veterans