Veterans Empowering Veterans
We depend on your support to assist our organization's work for the veterans. So help us while you do what you do anyway. When you shop on Amazon.com they will donate to our organization a percentage of your purchase to support the mission. This does not increase the cost of your items but it helps us as you shop for the items you want. Please click on the picture to the left to go to the page and start shopping. Thank you for your continued support. May you be richly blessed through your giving and generous support for the veterans we serve!
Veterans Empowering Veterans is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization servicing Fayetteville, NC and the surrounding area. We welcome your support to help us make a difference in the lives of our veterans. Your donations are fully tax deductible.
If you would like to make a donation by check, please make the check payable to
" Veterans Empowering Veterans" and send to the following address:
Veterans Empowering Veterans
325 B Street
Fayetteville, NC 28301
Veterans Empowering Veterans has kicked off the dollar challenge in our community "each one give one" and together we will win this fight to end homelessness. We invite you to donate from $1 - $100 a month on a recurring basis. Little can become much when we all work together "Are You Your Brothers Keeper?"
Veterans Empowering Veterans are in immediate need of the following items:
1. Monitary donations become a monthly donor, or contribute thru CFC #28436
2. Bottled Water, office supplies, printing paper, paper towels
3. Household Items furniture small kitchen appliances, sheets sets, blankets, lamps, rugs
4. Sundry items: (ie hygiene items, soaps, deodorants, tooth paste etc.) men and women under garments (new and unused)
5. Perishable and non-perishable items to help replinish our food pantry program
6. Volunteers to help in administrative and warehousing positions.
We have board positions available for dedicated and motivated individuals. All positions are volunteer, there are no paid positions!
If you or your organization/company can donated any of these items it will greatly be appreciated. You may drop them off at our office located at 325 B Street or you may call us @ 910-223-3213 to arrange for pick up. Your continued support for this organization is greatly appreciated and makes a difference in the lives of our veterans.
Veterans Empowering Veterans is constantly servicing veterans in need. If you have any household items, or clothing items that are in good condition and you would like to donate them, we welcome your donation.
Our drop off and distribution point is located at:
325 B Street,
Fayetteville, NC 28301.
If you are unable to drop off the items please give us a call and we will gladly set up a time to pick them up. We ask that you also donate a minimum of $20.00 for gas. If the items are soiled with pet hair or stains we will not be able to use them. We ask that all items be clean and free of odors, stains and dirt. Remember if you will not use it we will not give it to our veterans!
Veterans Empowering Veterans is very proud and appreciate all who have given to make this dream a reality to show our former and present hero’s that we care about them. With your contributions you have made it possible to help many veterans and their families find housing, receive household items, food, clothing, and sundry packs. We also provide our heroes a way to access the internet to apply for jobs and enroll in school. We have veterans that have enrolled into online classes and they use our facility to take their classes. Your contribution have made a big difference in the lives of our veterans.
Although we have come a long way with helping our veterans get back on track, the need is still increasing. We are currently adding and average of about 5 new veterans per week to our program. So as you can see “The harvest is plenty, but the laborers are few”. Please call about volunteering your time to help make a difference in the lives of our heroes! We thank you again for your support and ask those that have supported our efforts to continue and those who have not, to look into your hearts and come out and help us to eradicate homelessness amongst our veterans!
Mrs. Jennifer Bullock, Frankfort Germany
Mr. & Mrs Albert Campbell, Fayetteville NC
Mr. William Chavis, Fayetteville, NC
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Mr. Michael Davis, Fayetteville, NC
Mr. Marion Garvin, Fayetteville, NC
Ms. Bethina Gilmore, Linden, NC
Ms. Mary Jordan, Fayetteville, NC
Mr. and Mrs. John Lee, Fayetteville, NC
Mr. and Mrs Roger Lee, Fayetteville, NC
Mr. & Mrs Allen McLauchlin, Fayetteville, NC
Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Miller, Ashburn, VA
Mrs. & Mr. Linda Parker, Fayetteville, NC
Ms. Veronia Shelton, Waco, Texas
Mr. Walter Simmons, Fayetteville, NC
Mr. and Mrs Tony Townsend, Fayetteville, NC
Mr. Spurgeon Watson, Fayetteville, NC
Mr and Mrs Christopher Worrell, Wade, NC
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New Life Bible Church, 1420 Hoke Loop Rd, Fayetteville, NC http://newlifebiblechurch.org/
Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 670, Fayetteville, NC http://myvfw.org/nc/post670/
The Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club of North Carolina http://ncbuffalosoldiers.com/
The Rotary Club of Clayton - Clayton, NC http://claytonderbyday.com/index.html
Rolling Thunder NC Chapter One - Fayetteville http://www.rollingthunder-nc1.com/index.htm
Sunnyside Presbyterian Church - Fayetteville, NC http://www.sspchurch.org/