Call our veterans suicide referral hotline: 407 376-7000.
Our mailing address and national Headquarters is at 1613 East Livingston Street, Orlando, Florida 32803. Please mail a check for a donation if you prefer to avoid PayPal or other fundraiser fees.
Our Office telephone number is (407) 376-7000. Regular office hours are M-F 9 to 5, EST.
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Our outside Auditor was the Certified Public Accounting firm of Glickstein, Laval, and Carris, P.A., 220 E. Central Parkway, Suite 1040, Altamonte Springs, FL 32701 and you will find our audited financial reports on www.Guidestar.org .
PLEASE SEND US A LETTER IF YOU KNOW OF A DISABLED VETERAN IN NEED OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR THINGS NOT COVERED BY THE VA. We will refer him to a local agency to establish need, try to get him into a VA program, and if none are available we will evaluate him or her for a specific financial grant. We especially like to help disabled Veterans who participate in athletic and sports despite impairment. Please send us a letter. Thanks!
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After high school, Taylor Morris from Cedar Falls, Iowa, pursued a career with the Navy. He ended up becoming a member of an elite class of soldiers known as the EOD. The Explosive Ordinance Disposal teams are the first men on the battle field. They clear paths of explosives for other soldiers, literally putting their lives on the line for their fellow men. Taylor was deployed to Afghanistan.
In combat overseas, Taylor stepped on an IED. The damage Taylor sustained was extremely severe. The explosion blew off his legs, his left arm and his right hand. After receiving immediate medical attention in Afghanistan, he transferred to a hospital in Germany, and May 6th was taken to Walter Reed Medical Academy in Washington DC to begin the long rehabilitation process. Help The Vets has contacted Taylor and his wife Danielle (see above their thank you card) supported his progress financially, and has encouraged him to continue with his education. (Photo courtesy of Tim Dodd Photography.)
You can help through your Donations to Help The Vets. We help all vets, and priority is given to known Amputees and the Severely injured veterans, including those returning from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Please donate now or send your donations to our National Headquarters, Help The Vets Inc.; 1613 E. Livingston Street, Orlando, FL 32803. Telephone is (407) 376-7000. We are a non-profit corporation, have been granted non-profit 501(c)(3) organization status and your gift is fully tax deductible. Federal Tax ID is 46-1741446. Thanks!
WE PROVIDE MANY SERVICES, NOT PROVIDED BY THE VA, TO VETERANS, WITHOUT TAXPAYER EXPENSE. We help all veterans, including recent war veterans, and if there is an issue, give priority to those who are most severely injured.
Easter Sunday overseas, 22 year old Brendan Marrocco (left) became the first veteran of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to lose both legs and arms and survive to tell the tale. Hit with a roadside bomb that took his limbs and severed a carotid artery in his neck, his physical survival has been a miracle. It is his mental recovery that has left those who know him most impressed. Specialist Marrocco never succumbed to “why me” pity and instead remained upbeat and pushed himself every day to get as much back of his life as possible. Brendan received a double arm transplant. We have communicated with Brendan and his dad, Alex Marrocco, and are encouraging him to complete his education.
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