There has been a trend of about 8.7% increase in veterans struggling from poverty each year since 2005
14.2% of all disabled veterans are living in poverty today
2020 has brought devastation across the US, especially for our military veterans. Many hardworking Americans, out American heros and veterans have been laid off and struggle from various finanacial and medical problems like PTSD. Project Uplift is a leader in building homes for low income military veterans across America. We strive to put a roof over everyone who fought so dearly to fight for our country.
Veteran poverty rate is dramatically increasing in South East and Mid-West regions of the United States
We help American veterans in need of housing and financial support. Your donation is going directly in funding the construction costs involved to build multiplex communities that will house those veterans and their families in need, but ONLY those who are willing to work and strive for a better situation or consult in active psychological therapy to recover from PTSD and other disabilities. As a non-profit organization, we are working towards a common goal of housing and many American heroes as possible.
Building homes and hopes for our unforgotten heroes
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Truth about Veteran Homelessness
-Veterans in America are more likely to become homeless due to a lack of support and social isolation after discharge.
-Currently, every 1 in 5 veterans live in isolation.
-Over 37,000 veterans experienced homelessness in 2019 and have little hope of finding housing. (img)
-17% of the entire American homeless population is made of veterans
-Majority of homeless veterans suffer from disabilities, mental illness, or substance abuse.
Our goal is to help homeless veterans back into society by providing housing assistance and other opportunities to succeed.
With your help, we can better the lives of our veterans.
Our veterans fought hard for us, let’s help fight for their future.
Project Uplift is a non profit organization that helps American military veterans improve and can call their place home. Everyone, especially our heroes, deserve a roof over their head, and as long as these veterans are actively searching for jobs, seeking therapy, and dedicating themselves for a better future for their children – they’ll be eligible for Project Uplift.
Building up homes and hope for the heroes who need our help