At the United Relief Foundation president’s Frank Salato presentation of donated new backpacks, hats, gloves, scarves, and personal care products to National Women Veterans United president Rochelle Crump, Mr. Salato reaffirmed his commitment to expanding United Relief Foundation’s 2024 Women are Veterans too! efforts to include engagements regarding NWVU’s new Military Women Veterans Center undertaking.

As the details of a larger Military Women Veterans Center are being finalized, the board and officers of the National Women Veterans United welcome the opportunity to discuss how you and your organization, business, or company can become involved.

Rochelle Crump, MS CED
(872) 731-2150

United Relief Foundation president Frank Salato presenting donated items to NWVU president Rochelle Crump

Partners in Service Acknowledgment

Items presented were a contribution, designated for women veterans, to United Relief Foundation’s ‘Tis Season of Service campaign by URB, inc. and the company’s president Brian Urbanowski’s Philanthropic Activities Connecting with Charitable Causes.

Another contribution to NWVU’s undertaking is Mr. Salato’s consulting firm‘s donation of this website.

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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.