YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE
The Veterans Integration Centers thanks you in advance for your consideration. A 501(c)3 non-profit organization, all donations to the VIC® are tax-deductible. Whether financial or goods, your donations will help provide much-needed assistance and services to Veterans and their families throughout New Mexico.
With multiple housing options based on the Veteran’s unique situation, the VIC has choices for Veterans and their families who are literally and on the verge of homelessness to end the cycle immediately.
Veterans and their families that graduate from our programs and move into their new home receive furniture and household items to turn a “house” into a “home”. The VIC believes in giving back and 85% of our donations are redistributed directly to the Veteran community we serve. We will pick up furniture and large items or you can drop them off at our Central Office location.
You might find that making a donation to the VIC through your will or other estate planning documents will satisfy your desire to help the VIC while achieving some of your estate planning goals; such a gift is commonly referred to as a “bequest.” Sometimes it is possible to make a bequest that would not have been feasible during the donor’s lifetime.
As a non-profit, we believe our community should be involved in the work we do. We have over 150 volunteers each year supporting a variety of needs that ultimately support our Veteran families in need as we work to end Veteran homelessness in New Mexico. If you would like to know more about volunteer opportunities contact us.
The VIC® appreciates the efforts that businesses, organizations and individuals in our community make in support of our mission to assist Veterans. From specific events to offering a percentage of proceeds, funds received will help make a difference in the lives of Veterans and their families. We can help you host a fundraiser, employee initiative, or sponsorship of a VIC program or event through your business or organization that will change the lives of Veteran families forever