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The Montana Veterans Foundation, a non-profit organization, is designed to assist homeless veterans (or veterans at risk of homelessness) by improving their quality of life and providing comprehensive support which enables veterans to achieve greater self sufficiency.
Fire at the Willis Cruse House
Then on February 20, 2014 a fire broke out in the garage at the Willis Cruse House in the early morning hours. The flames traveled from the garage and into the facility where it caused around $150,000.00 worth of damage to the facility. Thankfully all of the residents were able to make it out of the building unharmed. The cause of this fire is still under investigation.more
First Lieutenant Robert B. Hastie was born in Lead, South Dakota Apr. 24, 1924 and moved to Kenosha, Wisconsin, where he graduated from high school and enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Forces as an aviation cadet. During WWII, he served as a B-17 pilot in the 95th Bomb Group[…]Read more...
Well, the last few days/weeks of a lot of peoples’ lives have probably been about forms, dreaded tax forms (how Veterans can get free tax prep). So, let’s see if VA can’t help some of our Veterans on a different front, getting rid of some forms. Health-related inquiries are best[…]Read more...
VA’s life insurance program received a strong customer satisfaction score of 81 on a scale of 100 from the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI), an independent survey that scores customer satisfaction for more than 300 private companies and federal and local government agencies.The post VA life insurance program scores high[…]Read more...