Giving Thanks to our Veterans

This deeply American holiday of Thanksgiving opens the holiday season. This year, join us in giving thanks to all our Veterans, the men and women who have served our country here and abroad, who’ve put themselves in harm’s way, often multiple times, to protect and preserve the freedoms we value and enjoy.

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Here at the NVF, the number of calls on our Lifeline for Vets crisis and information hotline begins to increase starting with Veterans Day and rises steadily through to year-end. For some Veterans, the loneliness and isolation they feel year-round become more acute during these holidays that bring families and friends together.

Nothing replaces the simplest one-on-one contact. That’s why the Lifeline’s vet-to-vet model works. This Thanksgiving, reach out to a Vet—a phone call, a smile, an email to a comrade, a card. A gift on our Memorial Wall to honor a Vet says thanks in a way that reaches out to other Veterans. https://nvf.org/veterans-memorials-dedications/

There are so many ways to express gratitude. Let’s flood them with thanks!

If you know a Veteran who needs help, here’s our Lifeline for Vets number: 888.777.4443

You can be a part of our mission to help Veterans by making a tax-deductible donation!

National Veterans Foundation

The National Veterans Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving the crisis management, information and referral needs of U.S. Veterans and their families. We need your help to continue. Please donate what you can to help the NVF continue to serve our Veterans. DONATE NOW!

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