Disabled Veterans National Foundation
Rating: 2.55 stars 29 29 reviews
1020 19th St. NW 475 Washington DC 20036 USA
The Disabled Veterans National Foundation exists to provide critically needed support to disabled and at-risk veterans who leave the military wounded—physically or psychologically—after defending our safety and our freedom.
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The Disabled Veterans National Foundation has provided Heart of Horse Sense (HOHS) with a very generous grant that will be used to increase access by at-risk Veterans to our equine assisted therapy programs. These therapies have been shown to bring often life-saving results to Veterans, particularly those with PTSD. We are pleased that the goals of our two organizations are so close in alignment and are most appreciative of this support from The Disabled Veterans National Foundation. They have also made it easy for us to work together to provide critical visibility to our causes.
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The Disabled Veterans National Foundation has helped thousands of veterans- we have found their programs to benefit directly to our veterans in the form of grants, scholarships and education. The webinar series is always helpful for veterans in their search for employment tips. The volunteers and staff for DVNF dedicate so much time to a mission near and dear to their hearts...most of the board members are veterans themselves. I would recommend a donation or any type of support to DVNF to give back to our brave men and women in the military. With those returning soon, they need programs like DVNF's even more.
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