Gasoline and groceries
The Coalition has provided more than $36,000 in emergency financial funding to injured war on terror veterans and their families. For example, through the distribution of Wal-Mart Gift Cards the Coalition has been able to provide gasoline and groceries Your donation will purchase a gift card, which can help provide the gasoline and groceries, as well as cases of diapers, baby wipes and other personal...
In 2006, the Coalition opened an office at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and is part of the Transition Employment Assistance Management Service (TEAMS). This group provides employment and transitioning assistance to service members and their military spouses. A gift can help to provide on-job pre-occupational training, online courses, which cost $500 - $600 per service member.
Gifts for a veteran
The Coalition has given away 142 personal computers, organized holiday parties, paid airfare for families to visit their loved ones in the hospital, and given long distance calling cards and $500 gift cards to wounded troops. Your gift will help the Coalition provide a gift to honor an injured servicemember.
The Coalition has hosted two conferences for close to 200 severely wounded Veterans and their families. These all-expenses paid events have provided education, career counseling, and a forum for sharing, relaxation, entertainment, and other assistance. Contributions can help to offset the cost of providing network seminars and allow for the continued all-expenses paid conferences, i.e., Disney Road to Recovery; the total outlay of which amounted...
Homes for veterans
The Coalition has built 6 disability-adapted homes for either newly blind or paralyzed veterans. The Coalition is pursuing an alliance with two other organizations that will expand both the building of homes and home repair and modification to a larger portion of disabled veterans. Your gift will support The Coalition's efforts to provide adapted homes to disabled veterans.
Emergency financial aid
The Coalition has provided close to $1.5 million in emergency financial funding to injured war on terror veterans and their families. This financial aid has helped to pay rent, car loans, utility bills and other short-term needs. Your gift will help to prevent homelessness, joblessness due to lack of transportation, and eliminate utility shut-off crisis.