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16 Veterans Supporting Charities Received MVAT Grants in 2015

The MVAT Foundation provided grants to 16 best performing Veteran Serving Organizations in 2015. Acting as a fiduciary for our donors and supporters, the beneficiary selection process was deliberative. The Beneficiaries Committee analyzed funding proposals under such criteria as organizational financial health, program efficiencies and outcomes, and good governance practices. Emphasis was placed on smaller charities or is restricted to specific programs where the MVAT Foundation grant can make a material difference in that organization’s ability to carry out their impactful programs.

In the photo above, on January 16, 2016, MVAT Foundation board member George Wood presented the 2015 grant for The Pathway Home to board chair Dorothy Lind-Salmon, in Yountville, California.

The following are the charities and designated programs that received MVAT Foundation grants in 2015:

Airpower Foundation for Snowball Express
Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation for the Character Development Program
Gary Sinise Foundation
Green Beret Foundation
Habitat for Heroes, a program of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles
AUSA Greater Los Angeles Chapter for Family Programs
Folds of Honor
Jeffrey and Kevin Graham Support Services, a program of Pikes Peak Suicide Prevention
JVS Veterans First, a program of Jewish Vocational Services of LA
K9s for Warriors
New Directions for Veterans
The Pathway Home
Shelter to Soldier
Silhouettes for Vets
UDT-SEAL Association
Wooden Boats for Veterans

2 responses to “16 Veterans Supporting Charities Received MVAT Grants in 2015”

  1. Sandy Pharis says:

    How do you apply for the next upcoming grants

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