A.B.A.T.E. Donates $1,000 to VMCE
To UPS Store in Yorktown Plaza.A Special Thanks!
Thank You to Joe and Rachel Artise for the fundraiser they held at their UPS store in Yorktown Plaza that raised $700.00 for the center. We are very grateful for their donation. It helps us to continue to support our Veterans who gave so much.
THE VMC IS A TEAM EFFORT
It isn’t solely Veterans Miracle Center Erie assisting Veterans – local businesses, individuals, unions, non-profits and various Veteran organizations have joined hearts and hands to help provide basic life necessities to our men and women Veterans. Many are low income Veterans who are struggling to provide for their families, or are disabled and in need of someone to offer a helping hand.
IT IS GUIDANCE
A Veteran’s needs can be overwhelming. It is time to do everything we can to alleviate the stress and pressure on our Veterans. By providing this help we believe we can lighten the load so many of them carry and offer guidance and assistance along the way.
Tennessee Back Porch Supports VMCE
IT IS PROVISION
Veterans Miracle Center Erie provides humanitarian aid to our struggling men and women Veterans in the form of new clothing, hygiene products, housewares and more. We also work with various Veterans organizations to assist the Veteran in need.
“All gave some – some gave all.” To you, a Veteran of the United States Military, these are not mere words but a reality. To give yourself to defend and protect our nation cost you something – some paid the ultimate price, while others are left with broken bodies, a broken mind, or a broken heart. The toll that war takes on a man echos far beyond the battlefield. We recognize the price you’ve paid then and now, and we sincerely thank you. We thank you for what you’ve done for us, and now we’d like to give back to you.
Our service to you pales in comparison to the sacrifice you’ve made for the freedom we carry today, but it is our mission to see that Veterans and their families are recognized, cared for, and thriving.
Veterans Miracle Center Erie provides Veterans assistance in the form of basic life necessities such as clothing, hygiene products, housewares and more to Homeless, at risk or low income men and women Veterans in Erie, Crawford, and Venango counties. To qualify for VMCE services, Veterans must provide proof of Veteran status and have a demonstrated need. The products provided are new, and are provided at no cost to the Veteran.
To qualify for our program, Veterans must provide proof of Veteran status and have a demonstrated need. The VMCE qualification guidelines makes the effort to ensure that all materials given are benefiting actual Veterans who are in need. If you are a Veteran Service Organization or an accredited Service Officer and desire to volunteer time to help Veterans Miracle Center Erie qualify Veterans for our services, please contact us at (814) 796-4200.
SERVICES & ELIGIBILITY
VMCE provides basic life necessities such as clothing, hygiene products, housewares and more to Homeless, at risk or low income Veterans in Erie, Crawford, and Venango counties.
Proof of Veteran status is required by providing any of the following:
Documentation provided by the Erie VAMC Homeless Care Team
Proof of income
CONTACT VETERANS MIRACLE CENTER ERIE
An appointment is required to come to Veterans Miracle Center Erie. Once you have your proof of Veteran status or documentation from a referring Veteran organization, please contact us at (814) 796-4200 to make your appointment.
YOUR APPOINTMENT AT VETERANS MIRACLE CENTER ERIE
During your appointment, we will review your need for basic necessities such as clothing, hygiene products, housewares and more. You will have the opportunity to share your journey with us and pick up the items you need the most from the Veterans Miracle Center Exchange – at no cost to you. YOU have already paid enough.
We are actively seeking donors, corporate sponsors and the partnership of other Veteran’s organizations to meet the needs of our Veterans. Please consider giving generously so we can serve those who so selflessly served us with the most valuable gift of all – their lives.