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We can't say enough about this organization--it's well-organized and professional, but also personal. The staff are extremely dedicated and the results speak for themselves. It's rare to find such a win-win... more
I love working with Dogs on Deployment both fundraising and boarding! more »
- Santee, CA
For so long we hoped and prayed, For a home to call our own, And today we got an amazing call from an amazing young lady and more... more »
- San Antonio, TX
I want to start off by stressing that this review is for the disgusting and misogynistic behavior of K9's for Warrior's Executive... more »
- Ponte Vedra, FL
Hello I am a combat wounded veteran that struggles daily with PTSD, TBI and depression. It is difficult to find the motivation... more »
- Baltimore, MD
I have donated to PVA throughout the years. They have been very faithful to me in promising to take care of our disabled Vets.... more »
- Washington, DC
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Last year I found out about Any Soldier and sent a 16 oz package to a soldier who was from my state. This year I found out that... more »
- Waldorf, MD
We had fell behind with our electric and our mortgage knowing we had very little money this month. After placing a phone call... more »
- Clarksburg, MD
ANYONE WHOSE HEART IS BROKEN DUE TO ANY WAR A MUST TO EXPERIENCE YOU WONT REGRET IT more »
- Milwaukee, WI
Even Though they it was last minuet for me the help they sent was good enough to help me out towards my rent I am very grateful... more »
- New York, NY
Within days after I was notified by the US Navy of my sons death, KIA 9.22.2013; a package from TAPS arrived in the mail. I opened... more »
- Arlington, VA
Since the formation of the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps in 1775, honorable men and women have fought for the freedom, safety, and ideals of our country. Yet then and now, soldiers returning home have not always received the best treatment or opportunities despite their courageous military service.
Over the course of a year, nearly 130,000 veterans experience homelessness. An estimated 11-20% of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans will develop Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Fortunately, there are over 27,000 organizations supporting soldiers, veterans, and military families across the country. You can support our troops and veterans by packing care packages, volunteering at a local VA hospital, or working with a local veteran or military nonprofit.