As part of Disabled Veterans National Foundation’s “Stories of Service” Video Contest, participating students were asked to select a Veteran’s charity of their choice to donate $1,000 to, as part of their prize. The Disabled Veterans National Foundation high school “Stories of Service” winners, Tamour Malik and Alyssa Gorman of Kettle Run High School in Nokesville, VA selected the Virginia Veterans Care Center – a long term health care and home in Roanoke, VA to donate to.
BRUNSWICK and TOGUS (October 27 and 29, 2011): Volunteers of America Northern New England and the Disabled Veterans National Foundation are making critical supplies available at no cost to homeless veterans and veterans in need across Maine.
BOSTON–(EON: Enhanced Online News)–The New England Center for Homeless Veterans (NECHV) is thanking fellow veterans groups, like the Disabled Veterans National Foundation for supplying the Boston-based facility with needed food, water, clothing and hygiene supplies.
As the plight of so many disabled veterans continues to effect their professional lives and their ability to make ends meet, organizations like the disabled veterans national foundation have done everything they can to help these vets make ends meet. On October 29th, the DVNF helped to deliver supplies from a full load of a semi truck, with a value estimated at $145,000.
Disabled Veterans National Foundation announces the successful delivery of office furniture and equipment valued at approximately $60,000 to the Ladies Auxiliary of the VFW Post 10435 in Washington. The Disabled Veterans National Foundation delivery included hundreds of wooden desks, thousands of filing cabinets, more than 1,200 lounge chairs and 600 refrigerators.
WASHINGTON–The Disabled Veterans National Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping men and women who come home with emotional and physical wounds after serving our country, is urging Congress to pass a bill ensuring homeless Veterans have better access to housing and homeless assistance programs.
Getting a job is sometimes a headache and with the economy the way it is now, people just have to take things the way they see them. One thing that is certain is that jobs are difficult to come by these days. The Disabled Veterans National Foundation has some opportunities, but these are limited and cannot satisfy every category of people.
Being disabled is no fun, but disabled veterans run into the problem of being both disabled, as well as the difficulty of reintegrating into civilian life. The two combining into one hell of a battle for them to gain their normal lives back, which is why they’re grateful for the existence of Disabled Veterans National Foundation to serve that purpose.
The Disabled Veterans National Foundation Linked In is urging scrutiny and careful application of The Affordable Care Act to ensure that it does not have negative or unintended effect on health care for Veterans.
WASHINGTON, Mar 20, 2012 — The Disabled Veterans National Foundation ( www.dvnf.org ), a non-profit veterans service organization that focuses on helping men and women who serve and return home wounded or sick after defending our safety and our freedom, is delivering total supplies valued at approximately $425,687 to Operation Homefront in San Antonio ( www.operationhomefront.net ) this month. Operation Homefront provides emergency financial and other assistance to the families of our service members and Wounded Warriors. A national nonprofit, Operation Homefront leads more than 4,500 volunteers across 23 chapters and has met more than 590,000 needs since its inception in 2002. Needs addressed by Operation Homefront and its chapters include: food assistance, auto repair, vision care, moving assistance, and financial assistance. Operation Homefront also provides morale events for local communities, Wounded Warrior Wives and holidays.