Standing Tall For Female Veterans

WOMEN WARRIORS INITIATIVE

Lifelines

Care Comfort Compassion

Healing Our Heroes

Home Sweet Home

Hope and Help Partner

National Women Veterans United

COVID-19 Update - Keeping our volunteers and the veterans we serve safe has always been our priority, and we continue to adjust activities accordingly.

Right Now Care: Providing personal hygiene products, clothing, food and other essentials for the basic dignity and wellness of women veterans, and their families.

Right Now Comfort: Helping women veterans, and their families, feel safe and find them safe shelter or improve their living conditions.

Right Now Compassion: Aiding women veterans, and their families, in a moment of need or to prevent a crisis in a manner that will help them stay or becoming self-sufficient.

Right Now is a NWVU program and process utilized by the Foundation's Women Warriors Initiative.

MAKING A DIFFERENCE BY BEING THE DIFFERENCE!

The experiences of women transitioning from the military to civilian life are quite often different than male veterans. Positive engagements aiding women veterans transition into the civilian world, or helping them navigate civilian life, makes profound difference in the lives each of the veterans we serve.

SELF SUFFICIENCY

Coming to the aid of a women veteran in need or crisis are with the long term results and rewards of them staying or becoming self-sufficient.

UNITED IN SERVICE

With National Women Veterans United (NWVU) involvement, United Relief Foundation reach and response to female veterans, and their families, in need extends outside Illinois.

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.

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