Veterans Miracle Center was blessed in March by the Jesus Christ in God Church with items for our Veterans in need.
Roberta Jenkins reached out to Stacy at the center and later delivered much appreciated goods.
Thank you from the staff and volunteers!!!
This year a few of our supporters are holding these events for us and we would like to see if you could donate to one or more of the events.
Some suggestions could be Gift Certificate to Restaurants, Grocery Stores, Oil Changes, Gift Baskets Etc.
If there is anything at all you can do, or if you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.
Keep checking for updates coming for the next several weeks....
But if anyone has the world’s goods and sees his brother in need, yet closes his heart against him, how does God’s love abide in him?
We are here for you
We know this is a trying time for many people and some have fallen on hard times, but we are here for you.
We at the Veterans Miracle Center our first mission is to help our Veterans / Military with items needed for daily living. So, if you know of any Veterans / Military or Veterans organizations that are in need please have them call the center at 814- 796-4200 and leave a message. If you don’t leave a message, I will not be able to call you back.
On the other note.
Our GOOD 360 program will be able to help other
Non-Profit organization that are in need also. Please let them know. We are here to fill their needs at this time.
Please contact us here:
Visit our Facebook Page – vmcerie.org
Well it was a beautiful day to do a ramp. We installed a ramp for this veteran that is 105 years old. He will be celebrating his 106 birthday in June. Truly Amazing Man. I had a chance to chat with him after everyone left and I tell you it sure was our honor. I […]
Veterans Miracle Center was blessed in March by the Jesus Christ in God Church with items for our Veterans in need. Roberta Jenkins reached out to Stacy at the center and later delivered much appreciated goods. Thank you from the staff and volunteers!!!
April 14th 2022 was a Great day for The Veterans Miracle Center. The Erie Otters Organization presented the center with a outstanding Check for $8,353.32. This was from the Military Appreciation Night and their Military Jersey Donation last year. This Organization amazes me for their support for Our Military. All we can say is Thank […]
We would like to Thank Alyssa, Emma, Lily, Courtney, Ryan and Teddy from the Mercyhurst Pathfinders Club for helping out at the Veterans Miracle Center Yesterday. This is not the first time that they have helped out and I just want to say thank you again. View More Pics on FB
We wish to extend a hearty “Thank You”
for our community’s continued support.
“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.
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.