U.S.VETS — Phoenix began providing services to veterans in December of 2001. U.S.VETS — Phoenix provides transitional and permanent housing to veterans daily, and provides veteran families with financial assistance.
Each year U.S.VETS — Phoenix serves over 1,200 veterans though outreach, case management, housing services, individual and group counseling, and workforce related activities.
Battle for the Vets Fundraising Campaign
Thursday, October 1 – Friday, November 20, 2020
Show your support for Veterans by participating in our inaugural Battle for the Vets Fundraising Campaign. So, what is Battle for the Vets?
Battle for the Vets is a one of a kind and extremely fun peer-to-peer fundraiser being introduced to the Phoenix market and will become U.S.VETS — Phoenix’s signature fundraising event to be held in late summer/fall of each year. Due to COVID-19, the 2020 event will be completely Virtual and anyone in the community or even the country can post a video of themselves lip syncing to their favorite song and challenge others to donate and/or post a video of themselves lip syncing.
Let’s BATTLE it out and raise money for our VETS.
Create your JustGiving.com campaign today.
Like our Facebook page to follow the action.
This campaign has the potential to go viral and what better way to reach a wide audience than sponsorship? For more information about the event or to secure a sponsorship, contact Kristen Kerns at email@example.com.
The State of Arizona recognizes U.S.VETS — Phoenix as a Qualifying Charitable Organization. Arizona residents receive a dollar-for-dollar charitable state tax credit with a gift up to $800. Click for more information.
Connect With Us!
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we have suspended donation drop-offs. Please hang on to your donations – we hope to resume full services as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time.
Once donations resume, these are the items we are in need of:
Small containers of laundry soap & dryer sheets
New Twin Size Linens (sheets, quilt/comforter, pillowcases)
|New Towels & Wash Cloths
Veterans with service dogs need food, leashes, poop bags, toys and booties to protect their paws
At this time, we are not in need of furniture, other household items or everyday clothing
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