The Montana Veterans Foundation serves those who served our country.
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
VA Careers is dedicated to the recruitment of the finest health care professionals to care for our Nation’s Veterans – and has a team of recruiters working for this purpose on an annual basis. For those efforts we process over 1 million applications yearly and hire an estimated average of[…]Read more...
The vision for this campaign was born out of the realization that when our women Veterans from all eras and generations surrender the uniform, they retain the intangible—that combination of resolute resilience and the unbeatable skills they will incorporate into their reintegration and readjustment process.The post VA celebrates women Veterans’[…]Read more...
VA Secretary Bob McDonald today announced the award of nearly $93 million in Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) 3-year grants that will help approximately 45,000 homeless and at-risk Veterans and their families. The grants will be distributed to 24 non-profit agencies in 15 communities, with $30 million in awards[…]Read more...