Veterans Appreciation

An American Hero and his son: Cam’s Story

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Dear Friend,

Cam was a decorated veteran who served as a Marine in the Gulf War, and afterwards, continued his service to the U.S. Military in the Army National Guard. During the winter months, he found himself in a bind. He was not able to work due to a recent surgery and bills began to pile up. Read more >>

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Testimonials–In their own words:


John S. – Disabled U.S. Air Force Veteran

JohnSI live on my VA Disability. I can no longer work on a regular basis (still awaiting a decision on my ‘Unemployability’ application), so my benefits have to pay all my bills. Read more >>

Trudie J. – United States Army

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When your job revolves around supporting soldiers who are training in the field, hours can become irregular depending on training schedules and unforeseen commands from within the military. For Army veteran turned Army civilian employee, Gertrude and her husband, who was working as a cook supporting those soldiers in training, this resulted in tough times. Read more >>

Chad S. – United States Marine Corps

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Married and father to four children, decorated Marine Sgt. Chad and his wife had a plan. Following Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University, they were on a budget, were saving money for emergencies, and dropping their debt; they were living well within their means. Read more >>

Timothy P. – United States Army

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A recipient of several Army distinctions, including the Army Achievement Medal and the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Timothy is a college student majoring in Psychology and Business at Campbell University and Fayetteville State University. In addition, Timothy interns 27 hours a week at the North Carolina Department of Veterans Affair. Read more >>

Health Care for Homeless Veterans – Little Rock, AR

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The Veterans taking part in “Point in Time Count” in Central Arkansas were grateful to receive the truckload of hand sanitizer from Disabled Veterans National Foundation.

“I would like to take this opportunity to express my sincere appreciation to you and members of your organization for the donation,” writes H. Read more >>

Kenneth M. – United States Army

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Originally stationed at Fort Bliss before being deployed overseas in the late ’80s, Kenneth did not expect that 20 years later, he would find himself homeless. Separated from his wife and daughter, he found himself in the group with over 100,000 homeless Veterans in America. Read more >>

The Inner Voice – Chicago, IL

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“I would like to extend our sincere thanks and appreciation to Disabled Veterans National Foundation for sending such a large shipment of clothing and shelter supplies for Veterans in need,” writes Ceandra Daniels, Director of Resource Development for The Inner Voice, Inc., in Chicago. Read more >>



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