• Social workers help keep 18 Veterans in their homes

    Social workers from the Amarillo VA Housing First Program found grants available from community organizations. They were able to pay every bill for every Veteran and prevent the loss of their homes.

  • VA awards millions in adaptive sports grant funding for disabled Veterans

    VA Secretary Robert Wilkie: “Adaptive sports help Veterans thrive both physically and mentally as they challenge their inner strength and open pathways to community integration.”

  • USDA announces $16 Million funding opportunity to support Veteran farmers and ranchers

    USDA recently announced $16 million in available funding to help socially disadvantaged and Veteran farmers and ranchers own and operate successful farms. The 2501 program offers grants to organizations that reach veterans and historically underserved communities and ensure their equitable participation in USDA programs.

  • Veterans have opportunity to grow with USDA and farming resources

    USDA’s Rural Development has more than 40 loan, grant, and technical assistance programs for Veterans. 

  • Project Healing Waters brings fly fishing to disabled Veterans

    Project Healing Waters provides classes on fly fishing, casting, tying and rod building to any disabled Veteran who wants to participate and is unique in that its volunteers are teaching classes on an on-going, long-term basis.

  • VA to fund $8 million in grants for adaptive sports

    VA is issuing a Notice of Funding Availability for up to $8 million in grants for fiscal year 2015 to provide adaptive sports opportunities for disabled Veterans and disabled members of the Armed Forces throughout fiscal year 2016.

  • A Veteran’s brave story from sea cave rescue to summer sports

    Tristan Heaton remembers the sea cave. The U.S. Coast Guard […]

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