U.S.VETS staff and volunteers represent the most committed community of foot soldiers battling to end veteran homelessness once and for all. We abide by an honorable oath to always serve those who have served our country. We rely on corporate and community support to help us reach that goal. When you partner with U.S.VETS, your investment will help bring critical support and opportunity to veterans all across the country, and what’s more, you will be aligned with the leading national nonprofit dedicated to this cause.

Choose a partnership approach that best fits you or your organization:

Direct financial contributions, in-kind and skill-based contributions, employee giving and matching gifts, cause-marketing and point of sale campaigns, project and capital grants, and employee volunteer engagement.



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The Home Depot Foundation is committed to serving veterans and proud to partner with U.S.VETS in working with our nation’s heroes as they transition into housing and a new beginning. We appreciate the opportunity we have with U.S.VETS to invest funds and also to invest time through Team Depot, our associate-led volunteer force.”

Shannon Gerber, The Home Depot Foundation

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Since 2013, Call of Duty Endowment and U.S.VETS have partnered to help our veterans in find long-term civilian careers through the Career Development Initiative. Thanks to this partnership, the program has grown beyond expectations, providing targeted career services to post-9/11 veterans in six states, and placing more than 2,900 veterans in jobs.

The MacNaughton Group supports permanent housing programs at U.S.VETS – Barber’s Point. This grant helps veterans to stay in housing while they receive supportive services. It also honors the memory of Alan Kidwell, a former Vietnam War veteran who was a childhood friend of and business advisor to Duncan MacNaughton, founder of the MacNaughton Group.

The Bob and Dolores Hope Foundation is a key supporter of Women Vets on Point, committing $1 million over three years to support Phase 2 of the program. The initiative, created through a partnership between U.S.VETS and Education Development Center, is designed and informed by women veterans for women veterans, to address critical needs and barriers to supportive services and mental health care after military service.


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All Seasons Healthcare Inc.
Arizona Public Service Company
Avison Young
Bank of Hawaii
Caesars Entertainment
California Resources Corporation
Carl’s Jr. Star Franchise Association
City Of Long Beach, Dept Of Health & Human Services
City of Moreno Valley
CORT Furniture
Cruise in for the Veterans
Dignity Health
Dorn Homes Northern AZ
Hawaii Hotel Industry Foundation
Hawaiian Electric Industries Charitable Foundation
Heroes for Freedom
Housing and Urban Development
HUB International
John Paul Mitchell Systems

Ko Olina Resort Operators Association
Lockheed Martin Aeronautics
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Marina del Rey
Los Angeles Trial Lawyers
Marathon Petroleum Corporation
Masco Corporation Foundation
McMaster-Carr Supply Companyn
Mike Roos and Company
Occidental Entertainment Business Trust
O’Melveny & Myers LLP
Pechanga Resort and Casino
PMCS Group Inc
Port of Long Beach
Strike USA
Surgical Care Affiliates
TPX Communications
Vegas Golden Knights
Western America Properties