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Your Membership will Save the Lives of Veterans in Need!
JDFC VETERANS AFFAIRS, a certified nonprofit 501(c)3, founded by Pastor James Jacobs, a Vietnam Veteran in 2002, is partnering with LA based Veterans Organizations, Municipalities and Community Charities to acquire New Housing Opportunities for our in-need homeless Veterans, both men & women.
Currently we are seeking $1.5M. for New Properties with Facilities to house, feed and clothe 60 Los Angeles County in-need homeless Veterans. Our Goal for each Veteran is to have a private room with shower & bath, kitchen facilities and rides to the VA for medical care. All donations will be used for acquiring Veterans housing, meals, maintaining facilities, operations, staffing and transportation assistance.
JDFC VETERANS AFFAIRS is committed to transparency and accountability for our supportive Veterans housing programs & advocacy to strengthen quality of care.
We believe all Veterans deserve access to their benefits for housing, education, mental & physical healthcare and we see this as our mission.
Please make your donation today, supporting to change the life of an in-need homeless Veteran to one of hope and dignity again. Your gift amount is tax deductible.
Please make donation checks and money orders payable to:
JDFC VETERANS AFFAIRS ACTION COMMITTEE
PO Box 91123
Pasadena, CA 91109
All donations are tax deductable!
We seek your support to demand that lawmakers pass legislation to adequately fund comprehensive PTSD treatment for Combat Veterans in need, 6 months prior to their release from service, aided by supportive 24-hour clinics for Veterans and their families.
Veterans in need must receive vital counseling and treatment for PTSD so they will not be a threat to themselves, their families and community. PTSD is often manageable for Veterans who receive treatment, which is why this petition is so important. PTSD left untreated often destroys lives and causes unnecessary consequences and deaths.
Each year we see Combat Veteran suicides and violent incidences occur in such great numbers that we can no longer ignore the necessity to change laws and commit funding that will end this growing national tragedy.
Show your support, sign our Change.org Petition and Donate to help save Veterans lives.
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