The Disabled Veterans National Foundation is pleased to announce that this spring, the organization will award $357,000 in grants to twenty-five non-profit veteran support organizations.
LANHAM, Md., June 7, 2023 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- The Disabled Veterans National Foundation is pleased to announce that this spring, the organization will award $357,000 in grants to twenty-five non-profit veteran support organizations.
With this funding, these organizations can offer a wide variety of services and support to disabled and at-risk veterans. The charities vary in size, mission, and focus, and grants were awarded based on the size of the grant request, and the direct impact they have within Veteran communities.
"Our Veterans deserve every bit of support and assistance they can receive during these difficult times," said Ret. Sgt. Maj Joseph VanFonda, Chief Executive Officer of the DVNF. "Our Grant program is a direct way to demonstrate our financial support for these non-profit organizations that provide much-needed assistance to our homeless, disabled, and at-risk veterans and their families."
Spring 2023 Grant recipients are listed below:
Warriors on the Way: VLMC Charities: Veterans Alternative, Inc. DBA Warrior Wellness Program: Veterans Resilience Project Inc: Adaptive Sports Program of Ohio: Assistant Dogs of the West: Brighter Way Institute: Brow and Housing Solutions: Central Oregon Veteran Ranch: Central Union Mission: Clear Path for Veterans Inc: Community Rowing Inc: Continue Mission: Dreams on Horseback: Fathers and Mothers who Care: Habits for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Inc: Mercy Housing Lakefront: Mercy Medical Angels: Oklahoma Dental Foundation for Research and Education: Project Sanctuary: Soldiers Angels: Stable Strides: The Veteran K-9 Corps (American Vet Dogs): Trustees of Tufts College:
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ABOUT DISABLED VETERANS' NATIONAL FOUNDATION
The DVNF, a 501(c)(3) national non-profit organization is dedicated to providing critically needed support to disabled and at-risk veterans who leave the military wounded?physically or psychologically?after defending our safety and our freedom in combat. For more information visit: https://www.dvnf.org/
"Our Veterans deserve every bit of support and assistance they can receive during these difficult times," said Ret. Sgt. Maj Joseph VanFonda
SOURCE Disabled Veterans National Foundation
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