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Ways to Give

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Every gift you make helps fund vital career and entrepreneurial programming at no cost to participants.

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Become an Ally for Veteran Empowerment today and join a coalition dedicated to providing steady, reliable support that veterans and their families can count on.

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Dedicate your gift to a loved one or someone who has served our country as a way to honor and remember them. Select “my gift is a tribute”.

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Planned Giving

Ensure the IVMF can continue to help veterans, transitioning service members and their families for generations to come with a planned gift.

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Looking for an opportunity to give back? Share your experiences with current students of lVMF programs by becoming a volunteer.

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Join Us in Our Service to Those Who Have Served

The IVMF works with a number of entities to ensure that the quality of programming provided to our nation’s veterans and their families is second to none. From individuals to corporations, and foundations to government, we cannot begin to express how crucial our partner’s financial support is to our mission, and to the thousands of veterans, service members and families impacted each year. 

Doesn’t matter if you’re an individual, large or small organization, or government funded. There is always a way to help support the veterans through IVMF. Don’t hesitate to reach out and see the various ways to support our mission. 

Onward to opportunity graduate Lengyl.

“Once I did a little bit of research and I found out that really it was an opportunity for me to be a lifelong learner, to gain a skill that was marketable, I got into the project management profession curriculum. It helped learn the language of the civilian world, helped me get away from the only language I knew which was the language of the military. I was happy to be a part of it and I thought it was a really good program with really good people with really good intentions.”

O2O Site: Joint Base San Antonio
Project Management Professional (PMP) Graduate

Greg Lengyl

Major General (08)

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