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Primary 2015 Goals for Disabled Veterans National Foundation

Published : 2014-12-16 - Updated : 2016-11-05
Author : Disabled Veterans National Foundation - Contact: +1 202-737-0522

🛈 Synopsis : Disabled Veterans National Foundation seeks to strategically improve and increase its programmatic output to address issues veterans face.

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The Disabled Veterans National Foundation, a nonprofit veterans service organization that provides critically needed support to disabled and at-risk veterans who leave the military wounded-physically or psychologically - after defending our safety and our freedom, is announcing its major 2015 program goals that will better meet the needs of veterans.

In 2014, the organization's first full year under the leadership of new CEO, Joseph VanFonda (USMC SgtMaj Ret.), DVNF made many necessary improvements in all facets of its operation, which can be seen, here.

Through its programs, DVNF was able to assist hundreds of veterans in need in 2014.

Some of those highlights include:

While the organization feels it accomplished many goals that benefit veterans in need, it is announcing a more aggressive agenda in 2015 that will continue to expand the organization's services under VanFonda.

The primary programs goals of 2015 are as follows:

"I feel that these goals are not only realistic, but that they will also be extremely effective in giving necessary support to veterans," said VanFonda, the organization's CEO. "As my plan for the organization continues to take form in 2015, we have one goal in mind, and that is to make sure that the brave men and women who served in our military are supported and empowered as they journey through their difficult transition into civilian life."

The first of its special 2015 initiatives will begin at the beginning of the year. The first candidate to receive those funds is Patriot PAWS, a service dog organization out of Rockwall, TX.

About DVNF:

The Disabled Veterans National Foundation exists to provide critically needed support to disabled and at-risk veterans who leave the military wounded - physically or psychologically - after defending our safety and our freedom.

We achieve this mission by:

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Cite Page: Journal: Disabled World. Language: English (U.S.). Author: Disabled Veterans National Foundation. Electronic Publication Date: 2014-12-16 - Revised: 2016-11-05. Title: Primary 2015 Goals for Disabled Veterans National Foundation, Source: <a href=>Primary 2015 Goals for Disabled Veterans National Foundation</a>. Retrieved 2021-04-12, from - Reference: DW#260-11002.