Texas VFW Foundation
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2020-2021 GRANTS ASSISTANCE DIRECTORIES are available from Texas Veterans Commission
Click on the Directory covers to the left to find the region in which you live.
Some organizations serve one county; others serve part of a region, or a diverse territory that includes parts of several regions, or even statewide. The Grants Assistance Directories located at the website divide Texas into eight regions to help you find assistance in your own area.
Please note that Texas Veterans Commission’s Grants Department does not provide assistance to individuals. Please contact the organizations listed there directly for assistance.
For an online application, click the green “GO” button in the upper right. If you would like a paper version, scroll below the video and click on “The Veterans Assistance Program.” This will take you to the application packet. This packet includes eligibility, instructions, Frequently Asked Questions, and the application itself.
The mission of the Texas VFW Foundation, a IRS 501 (c) (3) Public Charity, is to assist disabled and needy veterans and their families and to promote programs that raise awareness and educate the public about the sacrifices made by America's veterans and the unique and special needs resulting from their service.
For more information:
(512) 291-6850 | email@example.com
The Veterans Assistance Program (paper version) is for Texas residents who are currently serving in the Armed Forces in any capacity or are a Veteran and have an Honorable Discharge regardless of time of service. Other qualifying conditions apply. Funds for this program come from many sources including the Texas Veteran's Commission — Fund for Veteran's Assistance.
The Warrior Down Fund is for Texas residents that are currently serving in the Armed Forces in any capacity or are a veteran with honorable service who have served in any foreign war, insurrection, or expedition which service is recognized by the award of a campaign medal of the United States, or who served in Korea for either 30 consecutive days or 60 non-consecutive days or who earned Hostile Fire pay or Imminent Danger pay.
VFW and Auxiliary Member Disaster Assistance is for members who have been affected by a man-made or natural disaster and are members in good standing at the time of the incident. Members affected by COVID-19 will be required to prove its impact helped create their hardship just as proof of damage was required for Hurricane Harvey.
VFW Post Assistance is to assist Posts with building repairs. Other qualifying conditions apply.
VFW Post Homeless Veteran Grant is for VFW Posts/Districts that are working with a approved City, State or V.A. sanctioned Homeless Veteran Stand Down.
You can make a difference by donating to the Texas VFW Foundation. As someone who knows the value of giving, you can be assured that your generous donation will meet vital needs and improve the lives of thousands of Texas veterans and their families affected by the hardships of war.
We thank you for your support of Texas veterans as every penny counts.