Home Sweet Home

United In The Service Of Veterans Who Are At-risk Or Homeless, Homebound And Residing In Transitional Housing

With essential volunteers taking additional personal and public safety precautions the United Relief Foundation’s care, comfort, and compassion efforts continue. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused the Foundation to cancel programs, suspend some group projects, and make adjustments in our service to those who served.

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2021 Housing Projects

The planning phase for 2021 housing projects has been moved from starting next year January 2021 to this year, June 2020. Please check back after June 1st for an update.

One of the housing projects will be a new build of an ADA single-family home, which is already in the design concept phase.

ADA home for veterans

United Relief Foundation diligently respects and protects the privacy of the Veterans we serve. Army Veteran Theron's insistence to make a video testimony was the exception.

United Relief Foundation good deed donation to help Veterans in need

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.

4-million Veterans have a service-connected disability.

Almost 1.2 million Veterans Live Below the Poverty Level and countless numbers are Residing in Sub-standard and Transitional Housing.

Making A Difference By Being The Difference

Home Sweet Home is also focused on safe shelter for Homeless Veterans, the rigors Homebound Veterans have to adequately maintain their residence, addressing the challenges of sub-standard housing and making a transitional living situation, as temporary as it may be, feel like home.

Inquiries Welcomed