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VETERANS HOUSED
As of Today
0
Veterans
0
Veterans + Family
0
Veterans’ Children
Meet some of the HEROES HOUSED
Veterans Housed By Branch
Veterans Housed By Era
Veterans Matter partners with VA homeless programs nationally to help get homeless veterans off the streets and into long term housing.

Click to see Veterans Housed by State

Washington
61
110
36
Oregon
17
20
3
Colorado
14
41
21
Michigan
346
539
136
Ohio
386
515
92
North Carolina
29
43
9
Texas
697
1063
277
Indiana
197
299
72
Florida
11
19
5
South Carolina
2
2
0
Tennessee
29
40
6
California
1
2
1
Mississippi
11
26
10
Mid-Atlantic
13
23
8
New England
9
11
0

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Veterans Housed:
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Veterans Matter National Collaborative Funding Network
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CELEBRITY ADVOCATES
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Celebrity Impact
  • Operation Michigan was started by writer Mitch Albom who has donated over $35,000 to house Michigan veterans. With additional funding raised and donated by Katy Perry, Kid Rock, Exchange Club service groups and generous corporations – over 325 homeless Michigan veterans have been housed to date.

  • Katy Perry’s continued support is credited with raising over $30,000, housing 35+ veterans in four states, and inspired the creation of Operation Mid-Atlantic which to date has housed a dozen veterans.

  • Also due in good measure to Mitch Albom’s participation, Michigan-based First Nation/Jordan Reses, a very compassionate company, has donated over $500,000 to house veterans in Michigan, Colorado, Texas, Mississippi, Indiana, Florida, North and South Carolina, and Tennessee.

  • Operation Texas was started by Dusty Hill of ZZ Top when he convened a group of businessmen and women in Houston. To date, this small group of heroes has donated over $360,000 and housed over 700 veterans!

  • The same day John Mellencamp became chair of Operation Indiana, we received an anonymous $37,000 donation. This and following support has led to nearly 200 Indiana veterans housed to date.

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