What Does S.A.V.E. Mean?
Mission: To provide a G.I.F.T. to Veterans for a positive life change opportunity - a help up not a hand out.

Vision: A community where Veterans and neighbors create success and synergy

What does S.A.V.E. stand for:

Selfless-service: Put the welfare of the nation, the Veteran, and our Community before our own.

Advocacy: Promote integrity by being Veteran-centric in identifying, fully considering, and appropriately advancing the interests of Veterans, especially those who have seen combat and made the greater sacrifice for our nation.

Veteran: Women and men who swore an oath to protect our nation from all enemies, foreign and domestic, with the possible sacrifice, willingly volunteered by them, of injury or even death.

Emergency: An unexpected and usually dangerous situation that calls for immediate action for our Veterans.

Why Home Front: 

Veterans and Community Neighbors fighting the war together to create positive life-change opportunities for the men and women of our Armed Forces as they transition back into our communities.

Why Emergency: Need Analysis​

74% have experienced a period of unemployment since leaving the military
74% do not have a comprehensive financial plan for transition out of active service

72% of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans (IAV) did not have the ability to pay bills within the first year of leaving the military
44% of IAV have not completed their degree due to financial challenges
31% felt a major financial impact due to waiting on a claim with the VA

         *Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America IAVA 2015 Survey​