The spirit of giving rings in a new year of generosity, starting with how being united in service compounds the differences we can make in the lives of veterans and their families in need.

United Relief Foundation’s first 2024 United in Service good deeds, including food donations from Arrive North Shore and new toys collected by St. James Perish in Highwood, Illinois, were delivered to the National Women Veterans United headquarters in Chicago, Illinois.

National Women Veterans United founder/president Rochelle Crump, Board Chair Sharon Stokes-Parry, and United Relief Foundation founder/president Frank Salato unloading the first patch of United in Service good deeds of 2024.

Frank Salato United Relief Foundation donations delivery National Women Veterans United
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National Women Veterans United
NWVU encourages private citizens and public officials to engage in our efforts to empower, connect, and protect the women who have served, are serving, or plan to serve in the United States Armed Forces. National Women Veterans United membership is open to Active Duty, Guard, Reserve, Retirees and Veterans.