National Veterans and Military Families Month

Entire Month of November

November is National Veterans and Military Families Month.

 

Since 1996, November has been a time to acknowledge the tremendous sacrifices our veterans and military families make. From contending with separation from their families and make adjustments to new living situations and communities. Veterans and Military Families embody strength, resilience, and courage.

Rapid Response Initiative

Making A Difference by Being The Difference.

'Tis the Season of Service turning admiration into action campaign.

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United Relief Foundation Patriotic Pal

Patriotic Pals

Comfort for Children of Veterans in need

The impact of military service on the children of veterans: A problem not to be ignored despite the uncertainties.

Patriotic Pals provide comfort for children of all ages and appropriately named in the Honor, for which their parents or parents have served or are serving our country.

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Department of Defense

Military families serve alongside our service members and are the backbone of the military. Their support on the homefront helps our soldiers, sailors, airmen, and Marines complete the mission.

 

Your military is an all-volunteer force that serves to protect our security and way of life, but Service members are more than a fighting force. They are leaders, humanitarians and your fellow Americans. Get to know more about the men and women who serve, who they are, what they do, and why they do it.

 

Find out more about YOUR military  defense.gov/KnowYourMilitary/

United Relief Foundation United In Service of those Who Served

(888) 718-0989

500 Lake Cook Road
Suite 350 Deerfield, Illinois 60015

United Relief Foundation is a 501(c)(3) humanitarian aid organization chartered as a not-for-profit by the State of Illinois on February 2, 2006. EIN: 20-4374530

Donations are tax-deductible to the extent of the law.

Announcements

Boots-on-the-Ground Update:

The improving COVID-19 health conditions are making it possible to increase our close contact Boots-on-the-Ground efforts gradually. 

Additional precautions continue to be taken and volunteers are required to have been vaccinated.

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