WHO WE ARE
Friends of Disabled Veterans is a 501(c3) Non-Profit Organization founded in June, 2016. Located in the Tri-Cities area, we operate on the foundation of 6 pillars.
The purpose of Friends of Disabled Veterans is to offer a place where disabled veterans and their families can have a place to go where people appreciate and respect what they've been through. The goal is to help them feel completely accepted and included in a fun, relaxing environment.
Founder and CEO, Brian is a veteran that served our country for 20 years. Co-founder, Cleve worked and served in the local community all his life. Cleve is now retired and focuses his time and energy showing our veterans his great appreciation for their service by helping with this organization. They're also proud of the following fact:
no board member or volunteer will EVER receive any compensation for their work with this non-profit organization.
- Obtain Significant Acreage - DONE!
- Conduct Guided Hunts - HAPPENING NOW!
- Drill a Well
- Build a Lodge
- Create a Playground
- Plant Crops
- Acquire Donations - Monetary and Goods
Veterans often have difficulty assimilating back into everyday life, with many suffering from PTSD and succumbing to suicide. We want our service men and women to know that we appreciate them and care enough to offer an outlet through friendship, fellowship, and activities with friends, families, and fellow service men/women who genuinely care.
We need your help in giving back to our heroes that have given and sacrificed so much. Anything you can contribute will help us reach our goal! To donate, visit our Go Fund Me page by clicking the donate button below.
Send Us A Message!
Contributions of time, resources, and manpower comprise the foundation of the many services and outings we offer disabled veterans. If you are interested in hosting an event or providing support to our nonprofit program, we encourage you to fill out the form and we will contact you.
We at Friends of Disabled Veterans thank you in advance for your help and heart in caring for our men and women veterans and for helping to spread the word about this great cause.