Veterans Support Foundation

Brief information
Veterans Support Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit humanitarian and educational organization founded to improve the quality of life for deserving veterans and their families. The Foundation’s office is located in Silver Spring, Maryland.

The main objectives of the Foundation are to:

  • To help fund nonprofit organizations in support of veteran related projects
    throughout the United States;
  • To assist disabled veterans and their qualifying dependents and/or family
    members;
  • To assist and provide transitional and permanent housing for homeless and
    at risk veterans;
  • To enrich the lives of all veterans and their families.

Eligibility
The Foundation is committed to serving today’s needy veterans and their families by awarding grants to organizations that address essential housing, education and medical needs. The Veterans Support Foundation (VSF), as part of its ongoing service to veterans and their families, provides funding in the form of grants to projects sponsored, supported or endorsed by the National Board of Directors, State Councils, and Chapters of the Vietnam Veterans of America (VVA). VSF gives priority to matching fund projects. VSF provides funding solely for scientific, charitable, and educational purposes.

Funding range
Grants are scheduled for a one (1) year period and are considered for “one time or start up projects”. Grant requests in excess of $10,000 are discouraged. Please read these instructions carefully. This Application is subject to change on an annual basis, usually in January of each year.

Deadline
Deadline for submission is March 31st of each year. NO EXCEPTIONS.

Geographic focus
None specified

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3 Responses to “Veterans Support Foundation”
  1. I’m a service disabled veteran and after I got discharged from the military due to my disabilities I went to school and got back into the Civil Service but in May 21,2011 I was retired from civil service. I’m currently trying to work wit D.O.D ( federal) and city/ state agencies to acquire contracts. I took the proper steps to get my business off the ground by establishing the LLC, local business license for my skill set and invested in some moderate equipment purchase. I’m trying to get the Patriot Express loan but headed at times it does not fall through I was just wondering if there are federal business grants for service disabled veterans. Thank you

  2. Magi Rose says:

    My husband is a disabled Desert Storm Veteran (failed back, PTSD, and depression, and likely Gulf War Syndrome). I have lyme disease. We are wanting to fund CAM (Complimentary and Alternative Medicine) to address our illnesses in order to heal and improve our quality of life. Traditional allopathic medicine has not worked.

    How would we go about getting funding for this initiative?

    Thank you.

    Magi Rose and Mike Riha

    • alliedadmin says:

      Hi Magi Rose, our apologies for the late response. Your concern has been forwarded to our support team. Please expect a call or an e-mail anytime soon. Thank you very much! – Admin

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