Let’s Help our Disabled Vets and their families! 

 American Disabled Veterans Foundation

not covered by THE va

We work with other organizations to provide many services and benefits to our  Veterans which are not covered by the VA.  Our programs are not paid for at Taxpayer Expense but are 100% Donation Funded.

mission & vision

No need is too small and no voice is too quiet to be heard. We will devote the time and energy necessary to listen to all  Disabled Warriors.  We work with the American Legion  Service Officers to verify a veteran's need first.

SOME RECENT projects we support with your giving

Serving in the US Army Overseas was supposed to be a short-term commitment, but it became a life-long journey of rehab, re-training and moving forward with my disabilities. I'm so fortunate to be able to impact the lives of others, despite my small percentage of disabilities, and help other Disabled Veterans in need."

INFANTRY CAPTAIN PAULSON, US ARMY (Ret.)

Our DISABLED VETERAN DIRECTOR


Car Donation only  855-600-VETS or 855-600-8387

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Family Retreats for  Vets
We support family retreats to help service members adjust back into their family life and to facilitate family nurturing for service members returning from duty, in need of therapeutic retreats.  We provide accommodation certificates to other veterans, with priority, if necessary, for those who are disabled, elderly or injured.

Thank a Hospitalized Vet!

We collect Thank You Cards from folks like YOU across the United States and give them to Hospitalized Veterans!

We are a Gold Guidestar participant.  Click on their Icon to read our financial statements and find out more about us.

Chaplain's Closet
We send boxes of personal items and clothing to newly injured, hospitalized Veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan who arrive with often only the shirt on their backs from combat related injuries.