UNITED IN SERVICE:
AT THIS MOMENT, CARE COMFORT COMPASSION IS A LIFELINE OF SURVIVAL FOR VETERANS IN NEED.

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, 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.

COVID-19 RESPONSE FUND

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Every Dollar Will Make A Difference

Personal Info

Donation Total: $10

Upon completion of your tax-deductible donation, you will be returned to a thank you page and a receipt shall be sent to the email you provided.

The number of Veterans in need was already substantial prior to COVID-19

20 Veterans succumb
to suicide every day

9% of the adult homeless population are Veterans

4-million Veterans have a service-connected disability

Almost 1.2 million Veterans live below the poverty level

1.5 million Veterans live in a household rely on SNAP

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

During the COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) crisis our resources will be dedicated to serving the most in need Veterans. Please visit our Rapid (COVID-19) Response page

How We Are Making A Difference By Being The Difference

United Relief Foundation’s Care Comfort Compassion efforts can literally make a Life-Saving difference, as an Honorably Discharged Army Veteran who was living in a van with his wife and their two children has attested too after the Foundation helped provide safe housing, food and medicine as well as employment prospects for him and his wife, and the gas money to get to appointments, interviews, and their new jobs.

United Relief Foundation

Our Service to Veterans in need

• One-on-One Interaction
• Essential Wellbeing Support
• Self-Reliance Tools

Profound Lasting Differences Made

• Restored Hope
• Empowered Self-Worth
• Bolstered Health and Wellness
• Revitalized Self-Reliance
• Improved Quality of Life

Compounding the Good

Special attention to the needs of homeless, homebound and hospitalized Veterans undoubtedly improves their state of mind, body, and spirit increasing their ability to be more involved in the wellbeing of other Veterans as well as being positive contributors to their communities and society.

The homeless are defined by U.S. federal legislation as people who “lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence.” 

Today is a good day to do a good deed with a tax-deductible donation that will be used to help our Veterans in need know they have not been forgotten and their service not forsaken.