Due to their dedicated service, veterans often need extra support and help. Military service often leaves soldiers and officers with physical injuries that can last a lifetime, which can make it difficult for them to find a job or support themselves and their families. Mental illness and post-traumatic stress disorder can make also living a normal life difficult, if not impossible, for veterans.
We at We Do Good believe in doing all that we can to support and help the veterans in our community. To make that desire a reality, We Do Good has established a veteran support donation program that focuses on helping the individuals that need it most, and this vision begins with your donation.
Our non-profit organization is run by a family with a long history of military service. Our founder is a disabled veteran. Because of this personal experience, we have an intimate understanding of the struggles all veterans go through throughout their lives. Ultimately, we know the best ways to help a veteran in need because we have been veterans in need.
You can trust that we will use your donation effectively since we can accurately assess the needs of the people in need. It is easy for a veteran to fall through the cracks of the systems set up to help them; we know where those cracks are and how to save anyone who is at risk of falling into them.
Whether you know a veteran personally or not, supporting veterans is a great way to show your gratitude and appreciation for what veterans have done for us. Our veteran support donation program reaches out to veterans individually to get them the help that they need. If you want to support a veteran today, make a donation to our veteran program.
Our Annual Fallen Veterans Golf Tournament
on the weekend of September 11th benefits the family of fallen Veterans. Families of fallen Veterans can register for their family's Veteran to be our next Fallen Veteran.
The general population does not understand the veteran, their language or their culture. It leads to misunderstanding, miscommunication and tremendous barriers to the veteran attempting military-to-civilian transition or acclimating to their new operating environment once hired.
At WeDoGood our personal connection to the military helps us make navigating the sometimes rough seas a little smoother. Let our experience help you.
VA Aid and Attendance or Housebound benefits provide monthly payments added to the amount of a monthly VA pension for qualified Veterans and survivors. If you need help with daily activities, or you’re housebound, find out if you qualify.