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

House 348
First Project House 348

Started as a program to turn distressed houses into affordable homes for Veterans, Home Sweet Home now focuses on the challenges many Home-bound Disability-rated Veterans have adequately maintaining their residence. And, the difficulty some Veterans residing in transitional housing experience in making their living situation, as temporary as it may be, feel like home.

It is the service of performing essential repairs and adaptive modifications as well as provide Care Comfort Compassion that the United Relief Foundation makes Quality-of-Life differences for those who have served our Country.

Boots on the Ground

Minor non-trade licensed home repairs or adaptive modifications for Homebound Disability-rated Veterans, and supportive engagements with transitional housing organizations and their tenants.

On-Going Needs

Monetary donations allow the purchase of goods and services at the moment of need.


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Goods Most Needed
To Do Good

United Relief Foundation typically has more volunteers than projects. However, sometimes we’re lacking in the goods to do good and of course, the more goods we are able to purchase at any given moment the more good we can do.