Minnesota Assistance Council For Veterans

Rating: 5 stars   12 reviews

Nonprofit Issues:

Job Training, Homeless & Housing, Human Services


360 Robert Street North Suite 306 St. Paul MN 55101 USA


To provide/coordinate preventive transitional & permanent housing and supportive services for veterans who are experiencing homelessness or who are in danger of becoming homeless and who are motivated towards positive change.

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Rating: 5 stars  

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I have been involved with MACV for over 10 years, both on a personal and profession basis. MACV is a unique organization, in that both, indivduals that are being helped and those helping-employed, are changed by the experience for the positive. I have witnessed numerous individuals that have had their lives profoundly impacted for the better by the programs and services that MACV offers to the veteran community it serves. In my professional interfacing with MACV, I see on a daily basis, how the individuals that work within MACV truly care about the veterans that they are helping, all the while performing their work with the utmost of professionalism, even under the emotional stress that comes with working with individuals in need, along with the continued stresses that come from being a non-profit always in need of more funding to allow for helping the continued increased number of veterans and their families in need of MACV services.

If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...

Allow for the start-up of a business that would provide a permanent employment and training program for the veterans it serves, allowing them to transition back into the workplace.

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