Active Military and Veterans OrganizationsSupporting Service Members, Families of Service Members, Service Related Disabilities, Financial Assistance for Military Members, Shelter for Homeless Veterans
Military, Veterans & Families
Nonprofits organized and operated exclusively for the benefit of active, retired or medically discharged military members and their families are generally considered “charitable” under section 501(c)(3).
Veterans organizations not qualifying under 501(c)(3) may qualify as tax-exempt under a different section of the code. Military membership organizations or posts are to designed promote comradeship among its members, to assist war veterans and their dependents, and to promote patriotism. Membership a post is generally limited to war veterans and their immediate family. In addition to operation and maintenance of its facilities, the post’s activities may include assistance to needy veterans, widows, and orphans.
In order to be exempt as an organization described in section 501(c)(3), an organization must be both organized and operated exclusively for one or more of these exempt purposes: charitable, religious, scientific, testing for public safety, literary, educational, fostering national or international sports competition and / or the prevention of cruelty to animals or children.
Specific charitable purposes can include relief of the poor, distressed or underprivileged, erecting or maintaining public buildings or monuments, lessening the burdens of government, lessening neighborhood tensions, eliminating prejudice and discrimination, defending human and civil rights and combating community deterioration and juvenile delinquency.
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CR Evans Ministries
Carlos R Evans joined The Unites States Marine Corps in 2004 and served 3 combat deployments Iraq and reenlisted to deploy once again with his unit to Afghanistan where his life changed forever when he was leading his squad of Marines on a foot patrol and stepped on an IED losing both his legs above the knee and his left hand. In his own words “this IED was intent to destroy me and it almost did”. Today Carlos Evans is paying it forward preaching the gospel of Jesus around the world in schools, hospitals and correctional facilities and is the spokesperson for many wounded warrior organizations.
Founded by military veterans, the mission of this organization is to provide transitional programs for veterans as well as mental health and life skills training for all veterans including those in imminent danger of becoming homeless. This nonprofit offers veterans a safe transition from active duty to civilian life by providing counseling, service and companion animals, advocacy and training on a multitude of skills to empower individuals to self-sufficiency. Particular attention is paid to single parent veterans with young children who are vulnerable to abuse and potential homelessness.
America’s Hometown Promise Community Services, Inc.
The mission of this organization is to provide transitional housing for homeless female veterans as well as mental health and life skills training for all homeless veterans or those in imminent danger of becoming homeless regardless of gender. AHPCS provides homeless female veterans with a safe transitional housing alternative, counseling and training on a multitude of skills to empower these women veterans to self-sufficiency and facilitate the reunification of mothers with their children.