Good Done
Individual Life-Changing and even Life-Saving Differences

An Honorably Discharged disability-rated, unemployed Army Veteran, who was living in a van with his wife and their two children reached out to the United Relief Foundation and the Foundation was able to provide safe housing, food, medicine and clothing as well as employment prospects for him and his wife, and the gas money to get to appointments, interviews, and eventually their new jobs.

This tragic story is certainly one too many. However, the United Relief Foundation recognizes Veterans do not have to be in a dire situation to be in need, which is why we are expanding our Hope and Help Network to be of service to all Veterans starting with this outreach/resource webpage.

Any Hope and Help provided in the service of those who served has merit. Postings will be selected using United Relief Foundation’s resource criteria.

Veterans Crisis Line

888.718.0989 ext. 1

Hope and Help Network Engagements

Job Readiness

Free Job Readiness Seminar

Inner Voice Chicago Job Readiness Seminar is a free, three-day seminar held...

Assisted Living

AssistedLiving.org works to provide information in an effort to help the disabled...

Roofs 4 Vets

Roofs 4 Vets

New Life Property Restoration has become a part of United Relief Foundation's...