Disabled American Veterans Charitable Trust
DescriptionThe Trust focuses its grantmaking on organizations that provide long-term programs offering direct assistance to disabled veterans and their families. Of particular interest are programs that ensure sick and disabled veterans have transportation to VA medical facilities for treatment; those that provide food, shelter and medical aid to homeless and needy veterans; and those that support physical and psychological rehabilitation projects aimed at some of America’s most profoundly disabled veterans. Also of interest are programs that meet the special needs of veterans with disabilities such as amputations, brain injuries, and paralysis as well as those that bring hope to the forgotten and suffering families of disabled veterans. The board meets quarterly and deadlines are the 20th of January, April, July, and October. Additional information including an online application is available on the Web site.
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