Washington, DC (PRWEB) June 28, 2012
The Disabled Veterans National Foundation (http://www.dvnf.org), a non-profit veterans service organization that focuses on helping men and women who serve and return home wounded or sick after defending our safety and our freedom, receives heartfelt praise and thanks from Topeka, Kansas homeless ministry for shipping veterans care packages. Timothy Sanders, Executive Director of Faith and Truth Ministries, Inc./Director of the Quincy House Veterans Homeless Ministry, has thanked DVNF for answering their call for help and shipping 50 veterans care packages ([http://www.faithandtruthministries.org). DVNF has provided more than $16 million in cash and supplies to veterans in need. DVNF is now asking veterans who have been helped by these programs to give feedback to DVNF Tell us your story.
Sanders calls Disabled Veterans National Foundation a “blessing” and says the donated 50 care packages for the ministry and city of Topeka will be passed out to those veterans in need. “I just got the email stating the care packages have been shipped, and I know it is not an accident that this has transpired...because God is a God that backs up his blessing with words and actions just as DVNF has done,” said Sanders.
Direct veterans feedback and veterans’ stories about how the DVNF assistance has helped them in their daily lives will go to further designing the existing DVNF programs to better suit veterans in need. The testimonials are an important tool to hear directly from the men and women who have served the country but now are not finding the help they require to move on with their personal and professional lives.
“It is very humbling and gratifying to hear such a genuine and heartfelt thank you from groups like the one Timothy Sanders runs in Topeka,” said Raegan Rivers, Chief Administrative Officer of DVNF. “It gives us the emotional fuel we all need to push on and achieve the mission our founders had in mind to help all veterans who are not getting the assistance they need.”
The Disabled Veterans National Foundation (DVNF) has provided $16.1 million in cash and requested items such as clothing, food, health & hygiene products to tens of thousands of underserved and disabled veterans nationwide.
For more, go to http://www.dvnf.org