The NVF Responds to Covid-19

Our National Veterans Foundation Team is in constant contact with the VA and other local, regional, state and federal partners to make sure we provide the most up-to-date information to Veterans and their families who call our toll-free LifeLine for Vets.

As providers of an essential social service, our Southern California based Call Center WILL REMAIN OPEN to link Veterans and their families to vital resources.

Our dedicated Veteran counselors are standing by Mon-Fri, 09:00-17:00 PDT with an extra measure of commitment to provide information, links to resources and the critical element of empathetic human contact in this time of great uncertainty.

The need for expanded hours for our Lifeline for Vets has never been more pressing. For that we need trained veteran staff. Given that none of us knows how long we’ll be battling this pandemic, your gift of financial support for the LifeLine has greater impact now than ever before.

Please join our effort by being as generous as you can. Donating on our website is quick and easy…and the return for your investment couldn’t be more meaningful.

We’ve helped over 450,000 Vets and family members in our 35 years. With your help, we’ll power through this current crisis together. Our Veterans are counting on us.

Stay Well,



Shad Meshad
President & Founder
National Veterans Foundation

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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