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Erik Morse, Veterans United Foundation

Here are two key ways to help Columbia's homeless population

Elementary educators raise $12,000 to feed families in need

Veterans United Foundation donates $25,000 to Columbia College

Columbia issues appeal for help with coronavirus relief

CoMoHelps seeks donations to meet rising needs during pandemic

OATS Transit receives grant from Veterans United Foundation

Local philanthropic partnership to continue amid pandemic

Key Boone County revenue source in question as local needs mount

Veterans United surprises Love Coffee with $10,000 donation

CoMoHELPS agencies provide funding for summer meals

Art will go on, but at a distance

Coyote Hill establishes quarantine housing for youths with COVID-19

Businesses continue to find ways to help others in Hampton Roads

Coronavirus updates: State funds community outreach campaign

Coronavirus updates: State funds community outreach

COVID-19 relief pledged raises, distributes funds for local COVID-19 relief

Coronavirus in KC: (More) good deeds during a bad time

Veterans United Foundation donating $1M in COVID-19 relief

Veterans foundation donates to senior meal program

United Way awards more than $83,000 in first round of COVID-19 grants

Coronavirus notebook: Boeing printing face shields for FEMA, lender donates $1M

Veterans United Foundation Commits $1 Million to COVID-19 Relief

Veterans United donates $500K to local virus relief

Veterans United, building a culture of service and giving

Introducing Welcome Home, a community for veterans

New initiative targeted at homeless students

Columbia urban farm program links with veterans hospital

Heisinger Bluffs honors its veterans with their own space

READER SUBMISSION: Some experiences leave you changed

Strong Partnerships That Make A Difference

  • The YMCA - Armed Services YMCA
  • Boot Campaign
  • Boulder Crest Retreat
  • Gary Sinise Foundation
  • Welcome Home

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