Ways to Help Veterans in New Jersey and Florida
"Dear Project Help, Thank you from my veteran husband and me for the way you cared for us, how you communicated so quickly and responded to my family‘s special needs. May God bless all of you. From the bottom of my heart."
~ Karen Alejandro
Dear Patriot and Neighbor,
The Homelessness and suffering amongst our veterans is a travesty. It is just reprehensible that we have men and women who fought for our freedom living without an address or a job.
We owe everything to our veterans and their families and we need your help in making them feel loved, respected and appreciated. Many are suffering with PTSD and TBI, as well as physical disabilities, lost limbs and so much more. Many are broken and need a chance to become productive members of their community again… a hand up, if you will. This is exactly what Project Help stands for.
All of our fundraising efforts go to raising money which is used to help our veterans deal with financial emergencies. There are several ways to support our efforts.
Would you consider becoming one of the following?
A SPONSOR is a person or organization that provides funds for a project or activity carried out by another person or organization and is usually compensated in return with publicity for their contribution. An in-kind sponsor provides talent, merchandise, service or other non-monetary assets to an event in exchange for publicity from the receiving organization.
A DONOR is a person or institution who gives assets, usually money, to another person or institution. Most often, donors give out of the goodness of their hearts and because they believe in the cause. Others do so to take advantage of tax deductions.
A VOLUNTEER is a person who freely offers to take part in an enterprise or undertake a task as an assist to an organization or person. Volunteers can have specific tasks and other are ad hoc and can fill in as needed on demand.
One hundred percent of your donation will go to our Hardship Fund. No administration costs are ever deducted from the Hardship Fund.