The Care, Compassion and Comfort that United Relief Foundation’s has provided to Homeless, Home-bound and Hospitalized Veterans has meant something very personal to each of our Heroes and hopefully by offering a few examples will give you an idea how our efforts have had a profoundly positive on the lives of Veterans (and their families) in need.
Veterans who have reached a dangerous depth of despair and desperation, like an Honorably Discharged Army Veteran described United Relief Foundation’s efforts in providing safe housing, food and medicine for him, his wife and their two children, as well as, job prospects and even gas money to get to job interviews, described our Care, Comfort and Compassion efforts as making a Life-Saving Difference.
Our Life-Changing Difference efforts have lifted Veterans from despair, restored their dignity, renewed the faith in the kindness of others, improved their quality-of-life and given them hope for a brighter future.
In the service of Homeless Veterans, the United Relief Foundation has been engaged in feeding, clothing and help sheltering thousands, including Transitional housing Veterans.
In the service of Home-bound (and Disabled) Veterans, the United Relief Foundation has been engaged in purchasing adaptive equipment and making repairs or modifications to their houses or apartments.
In the service of Hospitalized Veterans (whom are greatly overlooked and many without families) the United Relief Foundation has offered personal comfort and companionship.
Should you be sending your donation by mail: You will receive a receipt for your tax-deductible donation and thank you from the United Relief Foundation at the return mailing or email address you provide with your donation. Please do not mail cash.
Coming to the aid of our Veterans in need.
Monetary donations to purchase essential personal health and wellness items, and provide supportive assistance.
Providing warm clothing, comfort items and Holiday visitations to our Heroes in need.
Monetary donations to purchase cold weather essentials such as gloves, hats, wool socks and blankets and provide supportive care, comfort and compassion assistance and visitations.