Just a few of the things we have been able to accomplish so far in 2017

Provide support to

Three Veteran Centers

Heroes Warehouse

Dog Tags for Kids

​Guitars for Vets

​High Desert Marines

​​Military Baby Showers

Welcome Home Program

​Medal Honor Detail Teams Riverside National Cemetery

We were able to put $60,000 in the Support Fund for Veterans, this  fund helps our veterans with every day needs and emergencies.

​We thank you all for your support with our all of you we could not provide this support.  If you would like to read some of the daily things we are doing to help our individual veterans, active military personnel and their families please visit us on facebook



Our thanks to Penny with Patriots and Paws,  the employees of Allegion PLC and all the other families for helping us make a Christmas wish come to true

Christmas 2014 we were blessed to be able to help 11 military families.

     Here are a few pictures of some of our Veterans picking up gifts

​​We are very excited to share that VFVF  recently  started a new program called The Welcome Home Project. The Welcome Home Project provides Homeless Veterans who are currently participating in the VA Supportive  Housing Program, and become housed with a Welcome Home box filled with various items. The box include, but is not limited to personal hygiene items like toilet paper, bar soap, washcloth; also included are kitchen items like a frying pan,  cooking utensils and a dishcloth. Additionally, every box comes with a Stater Bros gift card  and Walmart. This gift box is truly life changing, and means so much to our Veterans and their family.
Each Box cost around $100.00 to create, if this is something you would like to be a part of, donations can be made at:
   PayPal  14vfvf@gmail.com  or you can mail your donation  to
VFVF Welcome Home
9473 Emerald Ave
Fontana, Ca. 92335

One of our major events this year was Operation Guardian Angel, it was a great success. We had an awesome turnout of volunteers all with the same goal in mind, to help our Veterans and to end Veteran Homelessness.  On this mission, we helped to teach volunteers how to interact with our homeless communities and how to identify the Veterans. By working San Bernardino County agencies and Loma Linda VA we were able to help educate the homeless communities and Veterans about the latest and greatest of resources and benefits available to them. We were also able to provide clothing, food, blankets and personal hygiene items.

On a daily basis we assist individual veterans with every day needs

We also wish to thank the Levi's Southern Calif. District Manager and her team for helping us to fill the Christmas wish list of three military families.

 it was our pleasure to partner with you to make this happen.

 

We would like to thank all the employees of Allegion PLC for helping us to fill the Christmas wish list of four military families.  A special thanks to Jim St Pierre and Brenda Borchmann for all  your effort in coordinating this.  it was our pleasure to partner with you to make this happen.

Christmas 2015 we were blessed to be able to help 8 military families.

     Here are a few pictures of some of our Veterans picking up gifts

Thank you Danny Marquez with Veterans Partnering with Communities for helping us find a veteran and his family in need of a car.  We were also able to assist them with their move to permanent housing.  May- June 2015

We wish to thank all of our supporters because without your help we would have not been able to help individual veterans, active military personnel and their families in 2016 with over $40,000 and to be able to make a donation of almost $30,000  to  Jerry L. Pettis Memorial VA Medical Center to help our veterans in some way.                   


Daniel is one of the veterans that we were able to help at Christmas time in, dealing with him and his family we found out that they needed more than just Christmas. They were homeless at one time and had been living in a home since November with the help of the Vash housing program at Loma Linda VA. We were able to get all of their items out of storage. In Jan. 2015 it was our honor and privilege to be able to give them a van that had been donated to us.