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Help Prevent Veteran and Family From Losing Home
$7,772 Still Needed
Still recovering and suffering the effects of the injuries he sustained from live fire, this veteran soldier has been ordered by doctors to stop working so he can heal. He has been out of work now for months, and his spouse is unable to work outside of the home due to caregiver and other concerns. Now, they are facing losing their home just as he has been approved to go to school with his GI Bill. This will help move his family towards a brighter future. Help us prevent them from losing their home.
Urgent Dental Needs Puts Medically Retired Veteran in a Bind
$1,976 Still Needed
Urgent dental work required this combat veteran soldier to use his very limited income to cover the expense, leaving him unable to make rent, pay utilities, or buy groceries. Please help this struggling veteran get back on track.
Wounded Marine Needs Help During Transition
$910 Still Needed
This Marine was just laid off of his job at the worst time for him and his family, as he is still in the process of being evaluated by the VA for injuries sustained from shrapnel during his deployment to Afghanistan. Now he worries about how he will keep the lights on and food on the table as the holidays and winter approaches. Please consider assisting this family during this transition period.
Emergency Car Repair Strains USAF Veteran's Limited Income
$504 Still Needed
This permanent and totally disabled USAF veteran and single Mom is living o a very fixed income, so one unexpected expense can mean the difference between keeping the lights on or going without. Please help he rand her children get past this one time emergency repair and remain stable and secure.
Medically Retired By Christmas and Must Move Off Base
$3,300 Still Needed
This soldier is being medically retired this month and must move his family off-base. The family has not had enough time to save up for first and last month's rent, and is in need of both urgently. Please help thanks this soldier for his career of service by ensuring that he and his family will continue to have a roof over their head while he transitions from service.
Veteran and Single Mom Had Makes Emergency Move
$232 Still Needed
This Navy veteran and single Mom had to make an emergency move from her current residence due to a break in and robbery. This comes at a time when she has had reduced work hours due to VA appointments. The deficit in income means she is having trouble making ends meet, and is in need of utility, groceries, and critical baby care items.
Purple Heart Recipient Needs Travel and Moving Assistance
$2,299 Still Needed
This Army and Marine veteran, and recipient of the Purple Heart for injuries sustained in an IED attack, has recently had his second surgery for complete join replacement, leaving him unable to work or do much physical activity. He is moving to a location that will help sustain him and his family in the future, but cannot do a self move or pay for the costs to travel and move. Please join us in walking with them towards a strong, stable and secure future.
Re-deploying Soldier Unable to Work in Between Assignments
$227 Still Needed
This reservist just returned from deployment in the fall and is due to re-deploy with another unit in early 2020. As a result, she is unable to work much in between work-ups and transitions. She is requesting assistance with some utility payments.
Help Needed Recovering from Water Damage
$2,749 Still Needed
Significant water damage to the home of this medically retired Marine has been financially ruinous, even with home owners insurance covering some of the damage. After six tours combined between the Middle East and Afghanistan, the Marine survives on just his disability, which has made recovery even more difficult. He has fallen behind on house payments, but with your help, we can repay him for his many years of selfless service.
Vehicle Breakdown Strands Soldier Out of Town
$608 Still Needed
On the way to his unit's post deployment ceremony, this soldier's truck had a break down that required him to obtain an immediate repair. This has left him financially in need of assistance with utilities and partial rent for the month.
Missing Drill Pay Leaves Soldier In Need of Utility Assistance
$399 Still Needed
This reservist has not received his drill pay which he uses to supplement his education benefits while he copes with ongoing injuries. The lack of income has left him in need of assistance with utilities.
Soldier Facing Medical Board and Uncertain Future
$3,213 Still Needed
This reservist is currently in the medical board process with the Army after knee and back surgeries for injuries sustained in the line of duty. He and his wife just has a baby and they are without income until the board completes their findings and establishes his benefits. Unable to work due to the surgeries, they worry about how they will keep a roof over their head for the duration. Please consider supporting their need of housing and utility assistance.
Veteran Experiencing Unexpected Medical and Health Needs
$749 Still Needed
This reservist and single father recently experienced a sudden downturn in health related to his service-connected injuries, requiring him to take leave from work. In addition, some of his treatment was not covered by his insurance, resulting in high out-of-pocket costs. He is currently struggling just to take care of his son, and a family member is applying to be his VA caregiver. While they seek support in this area, they have asked for assistance with rent so they do not become homeless in the duration.
Mold Forces Veteran to Move Quickly
$1,625 Still Needed
The discovery of black mold in his current residence has forced this father of three and Afghanistan combat veteran to move with little notice to protect his health and the health of his family. This has left the family struggling to make ends meet. Please consider providing some relief by assisting with rent and groceries for the month.
Marine Family Awaiting Caregiver Benefits
$914 Still Needed
This spouse of this wounded combat Marine had to cease working to become the full-time caregiver for her Marine, who suffered his injuries after his second tour in Afghanistan. Though she has been approved to receive VA caregiver benefits, it will be some time before she begins to receive compensation. Meanwhile, she is unable to work outside the home, and money has been very tight. Please provide some relief to her while she focuses on her family's needs by assisting with mortgage and utilities that they have not been able to afford.
Illness Affects Veteran's Ability to Work
$520 Still Needed
Ongoing challenges with her health related to exposure during service to country often means this mother of three has to take time off from work. This time, it has strained her finances more than her savings can cover, and she is in need of assistance with a car payment and groceries for her children.
Surprise Reduction in Benefits Creates Hardship
$497 Still Needed
Due to a move, this veteran of five overseas tours, three of them in combat zones, did not receive a letter informing him of an over payment of his VA benefits. As a result, he was surprised when his benefits were reduce by a large sun, and this has left him struggling to make ends meet. At this time, he is in need of assistance with utility payments.
Airman and New Father Challenged In Between Jobs
$1,300 Still Needed
This Senior Airman and wounded veteran and his wife were excited to welcome their new baby, but were challenged as the new dad was between jobs. A secure position is now in place and you can help them focus on their family by helping with rent, utilities and a car payment to give them solid footing as they move forward.
Career of Service Ends With Injuries and Stress
$267 Still Needed
This career sailor was devastated to learn that his career would end due to the severity of the injuries he sustained over multiple combat deployments. He and his spouse were already facing a challenge with the health of one of their children and expecting another. Your help can make their transition from service a success by assisting with rent and deposit after relocation after service.
Miscommunication About Medical Appt Results in Benefit Loss
$937 Still Needed
This Marine veteran was recently notified that his VA benefits were being reduced because he missed a VA appointment that he did not realize that he had been scheduled for. While he works out the issue with the VA to get his benefit reinstated, he needs assistance with rent and a car payment.
Many military families have faced eviction or foreclosure due to unexpected changes that affect their finances. Transitioning wounded service members may see a pay decrease once their military pay stops and their disability benefits begin. Help families keep a roof over their heads.
Pay The Electric Bill of a Military Family
Your donation of just $200 could provide power for a month to a military family in need or ensure that power is kept on for wounded warriors who need medical equipment for survival.
Help Feed A Military Family
We assist struggling military families by providing food boxes, grocery gift certificates, or vouchers to the commissary. Each family is provided enough food for a week while case workers help them find long-term solutions. Your $20 gift can give a hot meal to a military family.
Help A Warrior Transition To Civilian Life
Our young returning veterans are at risk of becoming homeless if they don't get help transitioning to civilian life. We offer free housing for wounded service members and their families to live during the transition process. These families get extra help to prepare and move to a place of their own.
Help Keep Essential Vehicle Rolling
Getting around is hard when your car is being repaired, but imagine trying to get around with a significant injury and add 2-3 medical appointments a day. Some wounded service members do not have enough money to fix their vehicles. Your donations can help heroes with much-needed repairs.
Provide Comfort For Military Family
What happens when a military spouse turns on the water to bathe a child and finds no hot water? The repair might have been feasible when their service member was home but due to deployment or injury recovery that is no longer possible. You can help make a difference.
Send a Caregiver To A Retreat
Caregivers are essential to the successful recovery of our heroes wounded in combat. But they need to get away, connect with others in their unique situation and rejuvenate.
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