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 Veterans in need, which in some cases include their children also.
The COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) crisis is causing some hardship for every American, and now more than ever, we need to be united in the service of those who served our country.
The number of veterans that will be in dire need of help shall continue to increase over the next several months, and remain in the aftermath of COVID 19.
Standing Tall and Together in the service of the men and women who served our country, we can show our nation’s veterans they have not been forgotten, and their service not forsaken.
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.
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.