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  • EIN 26-3820538
  • 443-223-5584
  • 520 Riverside Dr Ste B Baltimore MD 21221 USA

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Causes: Human Service Organizations, Human Services

Mission: To help Homeless and Out of Work Veterans, Disabled Veterans, PTSD Veterans to get back to work and re-started in Life.

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2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

1 Lowes Volunteer

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

We are a group of workers at Lowe's in Columbia MD. Our company helped Aid Our Veterans last summer build some wheel chair ramps for the veterans with physical handicaps. Aid Our Veterans has a home in Baltimore where they help disabled veterans from the Vietnam war up to the Iraq & Afghanistan war. It was so heart warming to volunteer and build these ramps for our injured soldiers.

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TopVet Thank you and all the volunteers from Lowe's. the wheel chair ramps make life so much easier for our disabled veterans staying at our retreat.

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 1

I know someone who does their fundraising. Taking 1/3 to 1/2 of the $$ donations for their salary qualifies this group as a scam. They even bragged how much they could take home after a gun show. This is very sad. Often they train a representative who is not bright and who actually believes that they are doing a service for the vets. Skip this group.

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TopVet 10/09/2012

Aid Our Veterans Here - I'll repeat the obvious. This woman hides behind the false profile that Great Nonprofits allows. Again - This post was submitted by a thief who worked for us a couple of years ago. She had the opportunity to make similar claims in a court of law. The judge found her guilty of being a thief. She was found guilty, sentenced and is a convicted felon. Her personal vendetta is creating false profiles and submitting lies on this site. She has made similar complaints against other non-profits where she worked and stole money. To all who find these childish actions offensive, please send Great Nonprofits a e-mail of complaint. Great Nonprofits will not do anything to stop such false posting but with a few thousand e-mails maybe we can get them to change their policy. This is no forum for personal attacks.

TopVet

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

Aid Our Veterans is a dedicated group of individuals working to help homeless and out of work Veterans. We are a Veteran led organization that has helped hundreds of Veterans over the past two years. We have provided shelter to many homeless veterans as well as providing jobs and transportation to improve their lives.



The previous post was submitted by an ex-employee who stole thousands of dollars from the non-profit and is a fugitive from the law. All the allegations are false but unfortunately this forum allows anyone to post anything with out revealing who they are or why they post such things. Reading that post it is easy to see that the person who has stole the money from the non-profit is spiteful because AOV had them arrested and pressed charges. This person was homeless and out of work at the end of summer in 2009 when AOV gave them a place to live and provided them with a job. They were associated with AOV for approximately 8 months when they were fired for stealing money. They did a little bit of volunteer work for AOV but was mostly a paid employee. After about 6 months this person became involved with drugs and criminals and participated in armed robberies and other crimes. When they stole the money AOV had to fire them and report them to the law. AOV gave this person a chance to turn their life around, helped them turn their life around and then when they made bad choices for themselves, they wanted AOV to drop the charges of stealing and let them get away with the crime. This person has not ever offered even a simple apology for their actions. It is a shame that this person who was helped so much by AOV has such venomous hatred against those who gave so much to help them out. The shame of it all is that a good and decent charity that reached out to help this person when they were in such need is now the target of their anger because they refuse to accept responsibility for themselves. However, we wish this person well and hope they get the rehabilitation they need while they are serving their prison sentence.



Sincerely,

Tom Conlan

Pres. Aid Our Veterans

http://aidourveterans.net

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