Events

All through out the years, we continue to attend and hold events and give out socks, coats, blankets, hygiene kits, etc. and feed the homeless Veterans!
We had many Coat Drives which were all very successful!

Thanksgiving Dinner and give-a-way the Las Vegas Rescue Mission serviced  over 1,000+ with pairs of socks to  homeless and Veterans in need.  With Home Depot Volunteers , plus 200 Hygiene Kits

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Nov 10The 2022 Azione Unlimited fall conference is focused on its acronym A.L.I.V.E. – which represents Action, Leadership, Innovation, Vision, and Energy. Donated 1,000 Hygiene Kits for Homeless Veterans we joined forces with Las Vegas Salvation Army

   “Open your ❤️ for FLORIDA” Campaign”

THIS WEEK We are shipped 3 pallets (30,000 pairs)    to  Tampa, FL

NEXT WEEK 100,000 pairs, Hygiene Kits etc

PLEASE HELP WE NEED DONATIONS FOR THE FREIGHT

 

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Lunch and give-a-way at the Salvation Army Las Vegas 9/16/22

They Donated over 500 Back Packs full of Hygiene supplies..We are going to distribute them with The Salvation Army Las Vegas to homeless Veterans
Veterans Care Charity
10120 W Flamingo Road #4-344 Las Vegas, Nevada 89147(702) 347-7040
Email info@VeteransCareCharity.org Web info@VeterabsCareChatity.com

A great Heart-Warming Community Giving story News/Community Spot

A great Heart-Warming Community Giving story. Telling how much TOMMY EVANS of ALABAMA WHOLESALE SOCKS CARES for the Community by helping the TORNADO VICTIMS.
LOCAL Alabama HERO

Today 4/4 sent 10,000 socks to Alabama Disaster Relief and Today 50,000 pairs to New Orleans Tornado victims. PICKED UP at the Mill to be delivered 4/6 at The Salvation Army Alabama. Louisiana, Mississippi Disaster Relief Divisional Headquarters Jackson, MS for distribution

We are a 501c3 Charity In 2021 We Donated OVER 300,000 to The Salvation Army Disaster Relief Programs, Example 150,000 to Hurricane Ida sent to Baton Rouge, LA.

July 23 at the Aria Hotel Las Vegas E&J Gallo Donated 300 Back Packs

Veterans Care Charity sent 10,000 socks to Alabama Disaster Relief and 50,000 pairs to New Orleans Tornado victims. PICKED UP at the Mill to be delivered 4/11 at The Salvation Army Alabama. Louisiana, Mississippi Disaster Relief Divisional Headquarters Jackson, MS for distributionLogo, company name Description automatically generated

Veterans Care Charity a 501c3 Charity In 2021 We Donated OVER 300,000 to The Salvation Army Disaster Relief Programs, Example 150,000 to Hurricane Ida sent to Baton Rouge, Veterans Care Charity a 501c3 Charity In 2021 We Donated OVER 300,000 to The Salvation Army Disaster Relief Programs, Example 150,000 to Hurricane Ida sent to Baton Rouge, LA.

Veterans Care Charity just sent 150,000 pairs of socks to The Salvation Army (Baton Rouge) for IDA RELIEF
14 pallets to Salvation Army Baton Rouge, LA
be donated to HURRICANE IDA RELIEF
Veterans Care Charity
10120 W Flamingo Road #4-344 Las Vegas, Nevada 89147(702) 347-7040
Email info@VeteransCareCharity.org Web www.VeteransCareCharity.org

In 2021 we sent over 500,000 pair of socks to the Salvation Army To be donated to Disaster RELIEF ,Plus Hygiene Kits, Blankets Etc.
Also, to the VA Veterans Stand Downs for homeless Veterans and OTHERS in NEED, and 1,000’s of Teddy Bears to First Responders

Today 2/17/2022 TRIBE SOCKS donated 5 MORE pallets of socks (50,000 pairs) for the Salvation Army Disaster Relief

Veterans Care Charity arranged for the donation and the socks were shipped to the Salvation Army warehouse in Phoenix. Ron Williams Humana will work with the Salvation Army to distribute the socks. Arizona Veterans stand downs and ALL Others in need.
In 2021 TRIBE SOCKS Donated OVER 200,000 to Veterans Care Charity’s Disaster Relief Programs, Example 100,000 to Hurricane Ida sent to Baton Rouge, LA.
We hope to make a difference for our Veterans and Others in need during these difficult years.

The Sanctuary Dispensaries has partnered with Veterans Care Charity to shed light on how cannabis can help battle PTSD plus is making a generous donation of $5000 to help homeless local vets in need! Thank you

The Las Vegas Rescue Mission is a 501c3 non-profit organization, Federal Tax ID 23-7222330.
480 West Bonanza Road • Las Vegas, NV 89106-3227 • (702) 382-1766 • VegasRescue.org
February 25, 2022

Veterans Care Charity
10120 W Flamingo Rd #4-344
Las Vegas, NV 89147

Dear Veterans Care Charity,
The Las Vegas Rescue Mission (LVRM) strives to be the model for providing hope and
change for the hungry and homeless men, women, and families in Las Vegas and
Southern Nevada. On behalf of our staff, Board of Directors, and those we serve, we
extend a heartfelt thank you for your generous donation of socks on an annual basis,
which help us to continue our outreach.
Our partnership with Veterans Care Charity is crucial because the socks donated allow
us to provide the next step to warmth, hope, and care to those who need help the most.
The kindness and generosity you share never goes unnoticed and your support of the
services we provide is a huge part of why we get to do what we do!
We look forward to continuing this partnership.

Sincerely,

Heather Williams
Heather Williams
Director of Development

MERRY CHRISTMAS 2021
8th year Helping CHRISTMAS Give-a-way at The Las Vegas Rescue Mission …VETERANS CARE CHARITY Always will SUPPORT the MISSION
COAT and BLANKET DRIVE.. PLEASE HELP. . Jan 2022
COAT and BLANKETS for the HOMELESS CLEAN OUT YOUR CLOSET ! SHARE the WARMTH… Veterans Care Charity will be collecting gently used coats, jackets, blankets and sleeping bags to be distributed by Las Vegas Rescue Mission Please DROP OFF at Pacifica Senior Living. 8880 W. Tropicana Ave. near El Capitan…across from Spanish Trails……see Deanne 702-262-6690 Sales Director
2021 Happy Thanksgiving Eat up & Enjoy your day
Picture of Bob at the Las Vegas Rescue Mission feeding the homeless and handing out socks after the meal.
5 boxes (3,000 pairs) of donated socks to USVets. Veterans Care Charity aranged for the donation and the socks were delivered to USVets by Julie McIntoch and Nikkie Preston from Compassion Care

3,000 pairs of socks to US VETS 12/2/21

5,000 pairs of socks to VETERANS VILLAGE

Supporting Our Veterans In Need - Veterans Care

2 pallets of donated socks for the Arizona Veterans stand downs. This is the first of 2 shipments. It contained 20,000 pairs of crew socks. , PLUS second shipment another 20,000 pairs. Veterans Care Charity arranged for the donation and the socks were delivered to the Salvation Army warehouse in Phoenix. Humana will work with the Salvation Army to distribute the socks.
We hope to make a difference for our Veterans in need during this difficult year

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The Salvation Army Metro Phoenix

Socks are the #1 most requested item in shelters, so we will be sure to share these with the community!

Veterans Service Fair

Salvation Army

Bob Folding Socks to Give-A-Way to the Homeless Veterans

Thanks Giving Dinner

We feed a lot of people each year,  This Year over 1,000 People, and give away a lot of clothing and other essential items to help!

Floyd Mayweather’s team was there this year helping out! As well as a lot of other wonderful people!

Hard Rock Cafe and Famous Dave's Restaurants.

Picture of Shannon (Project Organizer) along with Mayweather Promotions Arranged by Veterans Care Charity

Veterans Stand Down Las Vegas

US Vets Stand Down at Cashman Center in Las Vegas

Bob with Nevada Congresswoman Dina Titus

Code 3 Bear Charity

Bob Martin

“Teddy to the RESCUE” CAMPAIGN
Teddy Bears to be DONATED to:
Police distribute them to the area commands so the officers will have them in their vehicles for children in distress
and Fire Departments (first Responders) These fur babies will be given to children on scenes of tragedy. 🐻 to reduce fear and anxiety)
Women Shelters with children impacted by domestic violence.