Donating To This Foundation

VFU is a All-volunteer organization. Financial resources are needed and used to support our initiatives in assisting Veterans and their Families to become empowered in the healing process.  Currently, we have 4 opportunities for donations:

1)  A long-term private healing facility for veterans The REST House Proposal

2)  Weekend healing retreats for family care-givers of severely wounded warriors.

3)  One-time small transportation voucher for emergency veteran/family needs of $25.00 and bus passes for the Veterans’ Diversion Program of OK County.

4)  Operating costs like domain/web fees, supplies, postage, printing of materials, etc.

Please see About Us if you have questions about our mission, vision and goals. Our Board of Directors and their qualifications are also listed.

Additionally, Veterans’ Families United Foundation has been approved for 501.c.3 status as a non-profit organization and donations are tax deductible as a charitable contribution.  Our federal tax ID is #20-8877536.

 

Private and Organizational Donations

*Proud recipient of the 2007 “Barbara Thompson Gift” from American Mothers, Inc. Funding by Ralph G. Thompson, Senior United States District Judge (Oklahoma), in honor of his wife Barbara 1995 National Mother of the Year, and her dedication to God, Family and Country.

Proud recipient of a Thunderbird Chapter of the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) Oklahoma-donation, November, 2009.

Proud recipient of VFU Brochure Printing donated by Classic Printing of Oklahoma City, Owner and Vietnam Veteran, Ron Harper who continues to serve America and fellow veterans November, 2009.

Proud recipient of the UCO (University of Central Oklahoma) chapter of Kappa Sigma who made VFU the recipient of their spring fundraiser, 2011.  We are grateful to the young men of this fraternity who actively supported our military and families!

Veterans’ Families United (VFU) was honored to receive a donation from the Vietnam Memorial Foundation, a community foundation created in 2009 to commemorate the service and sacrifice of Oklahoma’s Vietnam Veterans. VFU was selected as the recipient of the Foundation’s residual funds following the completion of their “Operation Oklahoma” events. Maj Gen. Myles L. Deering, adjutant general for Oklahoma and Ad Hoc member of the Vietnam Memorial Foundation Board, presented the donation to Cynde Collins-Clark, Founder of VFU, 2011.

Proud recipient of VIP Hosting of Oklahoma City, for their donation of time and talents to the recent conversion of our website and especially to Joe Steadman (former airman), who continues to volunteer his expertise to our efforts.  2011.

Proud recipient of the Converse Elementary School Veteran’s Day Fundraising Event, Converse, Indiana.  Thank you to the students of Converse for collecting money and for their note that said, “We are grateful for all our soldiers do for us”. November, 2011.

VFU sends a heartfelt gratitude to the Cedar Creek Corrections Center Donation Inmate Fund, Littlerock Washington.  We are deeply touched by generous hearts who contributed.  March, 2012.

Proud recipient of GW Utility Construction Company of OKC 2012 and 2013 Bass Fishing Tournament Proceeds and their ongoing generosity on behalf of veterans and their families.

Proud recipient of the Sandridge Energy Company Christmas Tree Decoration Contest, December, 2013.


Memorial Donations

If you would like to donate on behalf of a veteran/loved one, you may make the donation on Pay Pal by clicking on the Pay Pal button on this page, or you may mail your donation to our P.O. Box also listed on this link. Then please send us a message regarding your memorial tribute, telling us the name of the memorialized and any special information you would like to be added by clicking here. Our web site is updated quarterly, although we attempt to update memorials monthly.

 

Donate Securely Online: Donate By Mail:
Veterans’ Families United Foundation
P.O. Box 14355
Oklahoma City, OK 73113

 

Employer Matching Donations

Many companies have programs that permit employees to donate to charities of their choice, and for the company to match the employees’ contribution. Please check with your employer to see if there is a matching gift program for employees. Normally, employees provide proof to their employer of their contribution, and the company contacts Veterans’ Families United Foundation, requesting that we complete a matching gift form they provide.

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