How We Serve
Government resources alone cannot fully meet the needs of Virginia veterans. That’s why your support is so important. Your contribution will lend a helping hand to veterans in need and honor all veterans for their service and sacrifice. Whether you want your donation to be used where it is most needed, or directed to help veterans and their family, elderly veterans, or to honor or memorialize our veterans, the choice is yours.
We need your help.
The Virginia Veterans Services Foundation ensures that 100% of all contributions made go directly to our veterans. Each dollar stays right here in Virginia.
UNRESTRICTED REVENUE DONOR FUND
The Foundation maintains an Unrestricted Revenue Donor Fund as an option for donors who desire their gifts to be used where funding is most needed for our Virginia Veterans. By designating a gift to this fund, you will enable the Foundation to evaluate program requests when demands are higher than expected.
Virginia Veteran and Family Support Program
Virginia Veteran and Family Support (VVFS) coordinates behavioral health, rehabilitative and support services through public and private partnerships. VVFS facilitates these services for all Virginia veterans, members of the Virginia National Guard, and Reserves (not in federal service), and their families including the homeless and those involved in the criminal justice system. The VVFS team works diligently to ensure that veterans in the Commonwealth do not slip through the cracks and that adequate and timely assessment, treatment, and services are available to promote and enhance the quality of life for Virginia veterans and their families.More
Veterans Care Centers
SITTER & BARFOOT VETERANS CARE CENTER, Richmond
VIRGINIA VETERANS CARE CENTER, Roanoke
JONES & CABACOY VETERANS CARE CENTER, Virginia Beach (Opening 2021)
PULLER VETERANS CARE CENTER, Fauquier County (Opening 2021)
The Veterans Care Centers provide quality short-term and long-term care for Virginia Veterans. The staff of the Care Centers proudly serves our veterans, giving affordable, high quality, comprehensive nursing and domiciliary care to the men and women who served us.More
Virginia Values Veterans (V3) Program
The Commonwealth has a comprehensive program in the Department of Veterans Services to educate and train employers on the value of veterans and to help employers connect with these high value assets to maximize the productivity of their workforces. The Virginia Values Veterans (V3) Program helps employers develop and implement long-term strategies for assisting to recruit, hire, train, and retain highly skilled and dependable veterans.More
Virginia Veterans Cemeteries
ALBERT G. HORTON, JR. MEMORIAL VETERANS CEMETERY, Suffolk
VIRGINIA VETERANS MEMORIAL CEMETERY, Amelia
SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA VETERANS CEMETERY, Dublin
Virginia Veterans Cemeteries provide a final resting place for our soldiers, sailors, airmen, and Marines—a place of honor, dignity, respect, and remembrance.More
Veterans Benefits Program
The Department of Veterans Services advocates for Virginia veterans, their surviving spouses, and siblings and connects them to previously earned benefits and services to which they are entitled. Information on current federal, state, and local veterans’ programs, entitlements, and referral services is available in Virginia through a network of 33 benefit services offices. All benefits are provided free of charge. Donations are sought to enable veterans to gain access to their benefits.More
The Foundation Support Fund provides resources for Foundation operations (such as administration, education, and fund raising) to ensure that contributions intended for direct support of veterans programs are not used for Foundation operational activities.