The Disabled Veterans National Foundation Plans Deliveries of More than $1 Million to Veterans in 5 States

WASHINGTON – As part of an on-going effort to deliver needed goods and supplies to veterans around the nation, the Disabled Veterans National Foundation (DVNF) announces the recent delivery of $238,910.54 in supplies to ‘Operation Stand Down’ in Huntsville Alabama. The DVNF is also planning shipments to the VA Drop In Center in Little Rock Arkansas valued at $192,279.18 as well as truck load shipments valued at more than $200,000 each to veterans groups in Houston, Texas and Sacramento, California in the coming weeks.

“For many of our nation’s veterans who are living in a veterans home or shelter, things like vitamins and daily hygiene products are something they may go without if it were not for aid and support from groups like the Disabled Veterans National Foundation and our generous donors”
“These truck loads deliver needed items ranging from food, water and blankets to many other kinds of basic products that most people take for granted every day…but for veterans in need these are precious items,” says Raegan L. Rivers, Chief Administrative Officer of DVNF. “For many of our nation’s veterans who are living in a veterans home or shelter, things like vitamins and daily hygiene products are something they may go without if it were not for aid and support from groups like the Disabled Veterans National Foundation and our generous donors,” says Rivers.

Thanks to the DVNF’s growing supporters and donors, the group is planning a $236,054.48 shipment in goods to a veterans organization serving veterans living in Northern New England.

For more on grants available for veterans services organizations seeking additional aid and support, go to www.dvnf.org

Contacts

Disabled Veterans National Foundation (DVNF)

Raegan L. Rivers, 202-737-0522
rrivers@dvnf.org

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