United In Service: Making A Difference by Being The Difference
Remembering Honoring Helping Veterans In Need

United In Service: Badger State and Prairie State Remembering Honoring Helping Veterans in need.

United Relief Foundation’s Board Member Maria Page is uniting the interest of individuals and businesses in coming to the aid of a growing number of southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois counties veterans in need.

 

Based in Elkhorn Wisconsin, Maria will lead United In Service engagements and efforts dedicated to serving veterans in Wisconsin Kenosha, Rock, and Walworth Counties, and the bordering Illinois counties of Boone, Lake, McHenry, and Winnebago.

Maria Lynn Page

The Veterans In Need We Serve.

Veterans in Survival Situations

These are veterans who are homeless. at risk of being homeless. or experiencing a wellbeing crisis. These veterans are the most vulnerable because they typically do not have the financial or physical means to travel to get the help they need, making them also the least visible to the public.

Veterans in Stable Situations

These are veterans who can support themselves but are experiencing a self-reliant or wellbeing hardship, challenge, or crisis.

Veterans in Supportive Situations

These are veterans who are receiving some type of support from a veterans service organization but have needs beyond the help they are receiving.

United Relief Foundation coming to the aid of sheltered and unsheltered veterans

United Relief Foundation Is Making A Difference By Being The Difference, Coming To The Aid Of Veterans, Men and Women, During Their Time Of Need!

Lifeline
Care Comfort Compassion

Making Life Changing and occasionally Life Saving Differences.

 

Care: Providing veterans with personal hygiene products, clothing, food, and other basic dignity and wellness essentials.

 

Comfort: Helping veterans to secure safe shelter or improve their living conditions.

 

Compassion: Aiding veterans during a critical time of need to overcome a self-reliant or wellbeing hardship, challenge or crisis.

United In Service

 

The United Relief Foundation is dedicated to doing the good deeds that make a difference in the lives of the men and women who served in the United States Armed Forces.

 

Your one good deed can help make a difference for veterans in Southern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois.

 

Contact me to find out how to turn your admiration for veterans into action during their time of need.

Sincerely,
Maria Page
Board Member

(888) 718-0989 Ext. 2
Maria@
UnitedReliefFoundation.org

Maria Page
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