The MVAT Foundation was founded in 2007 by a group of volunteers in Los Angeles who strongly believed that our veterans and their families deserved greater support than they were receiving.PLEASE DONATE
Today is dedicated to celebrating American veterans, and we are pleased to do so. And so should you. MVAT, however, is committed to empowering veterans and their families every day Read more.
The 2019 Sunday Night Gala and Golf Classic, our 14th annual, raised more than $430,000 to support MVAT Foundation programs for veterans and their families. Taking place on Sunday, August Read more.
April 28 dawned cloudy and gray. But the gloomy morning could not dampen the enthusiasm of the sold out crowd of tennis players and spectators eager to enjoy a day Read more.
Led by Board of Advisors member Lieutenant General Stephen G. Wood, USAF (ret.), a delegation from the Military and Veterans Appreciation Trust Foundation (MVAT) spent December 5-6, 2018 at the Read more.
The Heroes Linked program has shown impressive growth since the live beta version of the web application was launched at the beginning of 2018. By the end of 2018, enrollments Read more.
A new pilot program from the Department of Veterans Affairs intends to assist student veterans enroll in non-traditional programs that teach high-tech skills. Called the Veteran Employment Through Technology Education Read more.
MVAT’s signature program, Heroes Linked, has seen immense growth in the year 2018. To date, nearly 1,000 service members, veterans, and spouses, and more than 250 advisors have created profiles Read more.
The MVAT Foundation has received a Platinum seal from the charity review service GuideStar. This is their highest rating. The Platinum seal demonstrates that the MVAT Foundation is committed to Read more.
Our good friends at Mat MacLachlan Battlefield Tours, one of the world’s most renowned history-minded tour operators, will donate 5% to MVAT for every booking of their incredible 4-day guided Read more.
Keynote speaker Staff Sergeant Clint Romesha (second from right) joins three other Medal of Honor recipients at the 2015 Golf Classic. From left to right: Command Sergeant Major Gary Littrell, Read more.
Time for a new generation of leaders to step up!
13636 Ventura Boulevard
Sherman Oaks, CA 91423