Response Updates

Dedicated to Honoring Veterans

USA Reported by Convoy of Hope

An elderly man approached the Veterans Services area at a recent Convoy of Hope Community Event. As he spoke with one of our volunteers, he shared that he had been a part of the Army National Guard for 34 years, but had never been enrolled in VA care.

The volunteer sat with him, assisted with filling out the necessary paperwork, and helped him turn it in for processing. He now receives the assistance he needs for his heath, vision, and hearing.

Convoy of Hope believes the sacrifice of veterans should be honored. That’s why we dedicate an area for veterans and their families at most every Community Event we hold. We pair every veteran or veteran family member with a guide who provides one-on-one assistance and makes sure Guests of Honor connect with the services they need.

Below is list of organizations that make our Veterans Services area a success.

American LegionRed Cross Veterans
Community College Training Programs (Grant Recipients)Regional Veterans Service Officers
College VA ServicesSupportive Services for Veterans’ Families
Disabled American Veterans (DAV)United Service Organizations (USO)
ElksVeterans Affairs Homeless Housing
Existing Stand DownsVeterans Affairs Medical Services
Goodwill Veterans Job & Career AssistanceVeterans Affairs Re-Invigoration Programs
Hiring Our HeroesVet Center
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW)
Local Career Centers – V.A. RepThe Warrior’s Journey
Local Veterans Organizations & Charities Best Serving Veterans 

We are thankful for the role veterans play in communities all over the United States, and we recognize their service and sacrifice this Veterans Day.


Today, we’re celebrating #Juneteenth! The holiday celebrates African American history and culture, and the end of slavery on June 19, 1865. Juneteenth not only calls us to reflect on history, but also the continued work ahead.
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