With a simple act of GIVING, you have the ability to make the LIVES of our military families, who SACRIFICE so much, a little BETTER.
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A Turn For the Worse For Sailor
$869 Still Needed
Having been medically separated from the Navy, this young veteran has been challenged with multiple continuing health crises, and his health has recently taken a turn for the worse. Due to have more operations, he had to suspend his vocational rehab, and the loss of income has been a significant burden on him at a time when he needs all of his strength. Please help us ease some of his stress by assisting with utility payments.
Lost Work to Care For Soldier
$1,037 Still Needed
This active duty Army soldier recently had significant back surgery to repair damage sustained while serving in the Middle East. His wife had to take more time off than expected during his convalescence, and the loss of income has left them in need of assistance in covering housing costs. Please consider helping them get through this difficult time and get back on their feet.
New Baby and New Challenges
$830 Still Needed
It has been a time of transition for this recently medically retired soldier. He and his wife welcomed a new baby, and while joyous, is complicated by his struggles with post-traumatic stress that has limited his ability to work due medical appointments. With your help, we can alleviate some of the financial burden by assisting with utility payments and groceries so that this young family can focus on his health and their infant child.
Home Repair Creates Shortfall
$661 Still Needed
Unexpected repairs for pipe damage in their home, combined with the higher utility costs and extra grocery expenses as a result of not having water for a period of time, has resulted in this combat wounded Marine's family facing a financial shortfall. Because of his injuries, they have to maintain a strict budget, and there is little room for costs such as these. Please consider assisting in helping the family this month with utilities and additional groceries.
USMC Family in Tight Spot
$400 Still Needed
Not only did this wounded Marine's four children go back to school recently, but so did the Marine himself. The separation costs along with added expenses for the children have been more than the family anticipated, and their budget has been greatly impacted. With your help, we can take a load of their minds by providing assistance with the costs of groceries and household items to get them back on track.
The Long Term Impact of Injuries
$350 Still Needed
This wounded Army soldier's health has deteriorated, and he is now unable to work. His spouse also has now become his full time caretaker, and while they wait for the adjustment in his benefits, they are having a tough time making ends meet. With your help, we can assist them with groceries and transportation assistance to his medical appointments as they work through this temporary transition period.
Still Waiting for Compensation
$1,645 Still Needed
Medically retired this July, this OIF/OEF veteran soldier has yet to receive his first retirement payment or a decision from the Veterans Administration. This limbo has strained the family's finances and they have tapped their savings. While they have been told to expect a deposit soon, they must pay rent or face eviction. Please help us keep them in their home until the situation stabilizes.
Dual Veteran Family Needs Help
$1,765 Still Needed
Since her medical retirement this summer as a result of injuries sustained during her deployment to Iraq, this National Guard soldier and Mom of 5 has been dealing with the challenges of transition. Paperwork back and forth and fluctuating benefit amounts have thrown her budget into turmoil, leaving her in need of housing assistance. Her husband is also a disabled veteran, which adds to the challenges for the family. Please help us keep them in their home so they can focus on the next step in transitioning from service.
Loss Is Hard to Bear
$164 Still Needed
Still coping with the aftermath of his three tours in Iraq, this young Army veteran's life was rocked by the death of his father. Shortly, after, he was in an accident, and the combined impacts of these tragic circumstances were more than he could cope with, physically and financially. Currently in the hospital, he worries about his outstanding utility bills. Help us relieve him of one burden so he can begin to move forward and heal.
Help Keep Marine Moving
$450 Still Needed
The only vehicle of this wounded Marine father of 4 had to have emergency repairs. As a result, the family's finances were significantly impacted for a short period, and they need assistance with a car payment. Please consider assisting us with ensuring they can make all of his medical appointments and keep moving forward in recovery.
Tough Road to Recovery
$1,620 Still Needed
This Marine veteran of the Iraq War has been battling difficult health issues for some time, and was hospitalized this summer for intensive treatment of his PTSD. His wife has become his full-time caregiver, which has limited her ability to work. The combined loss of income has significantly impacted their finances. Please consider providing some relief for the family by assisting with utility and car payments, as well as some groceries to make their life a little easier.
Setback For Fresh Start
$1,050 Still Needed
This medically retired Marine and Purple Heart Recipient moved from Virginia to continue recovering and moving forward to the next chapter in his life. The move was unexpectedly more expensive than anticipated, and the extra costs were more than he could afford at this time. Please help us assist him through this temporary financial crisis so he can focus on the future.
Damage to Home Hits Hard
$269 Still Needed
Having been gravely injured by a grenade while serving in Afghanistan, this medically retired soldier has battled back to health and begun moving on to the next chapter in his life. His latest battle has been with storm damage to his home. Though covered by insurance, the deductibles were still considerably high. Please consider supporting this family through this temporary financial crisis by assisting with utility payments.
Pay Glitch During Transition
$1,476 Still Needed
Currently due to leave the service this month due to injuries incurred while on active duty, this veteran of combat operations in Afghanistan, and father of 5, needs help due to a pay glitch regarding his housing allowance. The loss of expected income combined with out-of-pocket expenses during the move and deposits have left them family in a tight spot. Please assist us in supporting them through this temporary financial crisis.
Tough Times for Injured Solider
$1,245 Still Needed
Three tours in Iraq. A Purple Heart for injuries. Now, this soldier and father of three needs our help through his transition. A glitch involving the paperwork for his vocational benefits have resulted in a loss of allowances for housing. Until he gets this corrected, the family needs assistance with the cost of housing for the month. Please consider helping us keep this family in their home.
Help USMC Family Move Forward
$2,030 Still Needed
It has been a long difficult road to recovery for this injured Marine veteran and his family. Though the family now has a solid foundation on which to build their future, they need some help getting closure on the past. With you help, we can assist them in achieving that by helping them catch up with mortgage payments.
Pay Gap During Transition
$1,334 Still Needed
Two tours in Iraq and one in Afghanistan took their toll on this Army soldier's health. Recently medically retired, he has yet to begin receiving his full pay and benefits, and that has left him and his family in a temporary financial bind. Please help us ease his transition by assisting with housing, utilities and groceries.
Delay in Pay Causes Hardship
$3,635 Still Needed
Many challenges have faced this Navy family since the sailor deployed this summer. A pay delay combined with an error in their mortgage paperwork meant not only less income, but a significant increase in the cost of their housing. Though all are being corrected, the family has to bear the cost until then, and it has left the family at risk of losing their home. Help us ease the mind of this deployed sailor so he knows that his family at home is safe and well.
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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