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

The Most Vulnerable Veterans The United Relief Foundation Serves Are Also The Least Visible.

Doing The Good Deeds That Are Making A Difference At The Moment It Is Needed The Most.

16 Years Of Service

Making A Difference by Being The Difference

The Veterans We Serve

Like many of their fellow Americans, veterans have not been immune to experiencing financial burdens, reduced resources, and housing instability due to the pandemic.

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.

How We Serve

Hope and Help Lifelines

Turning our admiration into action by doing the good deeds that make a difference by being the difference for the veterans in need we serve.

United Relief Foundation helping to make life saving differences

United In Service

Making Life Saving Differences

“John had a heart attack. Doctors called the condition of his arteries a walking time bomb and a widowmaker…invaluable through what has been hands down the most difficult time….”

 

John, 45, an Air Force veteran is a United Relief Foundation Rapid Response Initiative recipient.  The story and pictures were shared by his partner Ayana. Read more

Doing The Good Deeds That Are Making A Difference!

Your tax-deductible Good Deed helps make a difference by being the difference for veterans during their time of need and for many to again being self-reliant and contributing members of their communities.

United Relief Foundation home sweet home for veterans

United In Service

Making Life Changing Differences

“The message I would give to other veterans having a difficult time or fallen on hard times is not to give up hope. Whatever it is you want to accomplish you can still do that. With the help of the United Relief Foundation, I was able to get to this point and get a lot of things accomplished.” U.S. Marine Veteran Theron

 

Veteran Theron is a United Relief Foundation Home Sweet Home Recipient. Read more

United Relief Foundation also Remembers and Honors the service and sacrifice of our Fallen Heroes, active military, and their families.

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