Support for Disabled Veterans in need
Veteran Love and Appreciation Inc., a nonprofit 501(c) (3), exists to provide services to disabled men and women who have served in our Armed Forces.
Presently Veteran Love is focusing on how we can make a difference in the lives of Miami homeless veterans by giving our Miami VA Homeless Veterans Center:
- Gift cards for food
- New and used clothing
- New and used magazines
The statistics are alarming:
Far too many veterans are homeless in America
There are between
130,000-200,000 on any given night.
Approximately one out of five homeless in the US are veterans.
Those numbers are expected to increase as veterans return from the current conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq.
How we've helped over the years
Donations are always accepted via PayPal or postal mail:
Veteran Love and Appreciation
5901 SW 74th Street
South Miami, FL 33143
Please join us in remembering those serving our country by joining "Light Warrior Movement" on FaceBook: Light Warrior Movement
The LIGHT Warrior Movement is a Social Awareness campaign that will reach families, friends, and loved ones of our soldiers whose lives are at risk in Afghanistan via social networking applications Facebook, Twitter, and iZigg with an intention of protection, hope, and peace written by a rotating index of religious and spiritual leaders, native peoples, and followers who submit intentions via Facebook.
Veterans Looking For Employment? Click Here for Companies hiring Veterans: Careers for Veterans
A Social Network & 12 Step Resource
Get your very own set of Dog Tags Today!
Your name & "I Helped A Vet" will be engraved on each set of dog tags.
In order to create awareness, with every tax deductible donation of $10 and up you will receive personalized dog tags with your name engraved. Show your support and appreciation of our American disabled veterans.
Donate Today »
Meet A Few Heroes
Anthony Larson, injured in an IED explosion, October 2005 resulting in a right leg below the knee amputation read more
TBI - Traumatic Brain Injury
"SPC Shane Vincent, 22 years old, was critically injured when he sustained a traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injuries, and abdominal wounds during an IED (improvised explosion device) blast, and subsequent vehicle rollover on May 24, 2007. read more
Spinal Cord injury
" Special Forces soldier Joseph Briseno, 24 years old, received a spinal cord injury due to a gunshot wound to his neck. He remains dependent on a ventilato. read more
"SSG John Borders, injured during improvised explosion device and remains at Walter Reed Army Medical Center since January 2006. In the past 18 months, he has had to endure over 50 surgeries. read more
Spinal Cord Injury
"My appreciation to Veteran Love, Inc., but also to Charlene Riggs and Craig McMahon. Our appreciation for you kindness really canít be stated enough." read more