New England Center and Home for Veterans

Support New England Center and Home for Veterans – give veterans safe, affordable homes.

Over two decades old, the New England Center and Home for Veterans (NECHV) was founded by veterans for veterans.

It was started following the Vietnam War. When they saw so many of their compatriots disenfranchised, a group of ex-servicemen converted a building in downtown Boston to provide a home.

The Center still provides homeless veterans, or those at risk of homelessness, with emergency shelter. But the organisation also works hard to help them find permanent homes, training and meaningful work so they can change their situation for good.

Well known in New England, the NECHV makes a huge impact on the lives of those veterans who need it most:

  • Serving over 350 veterans in their own communities, every day
  • Housing 250 veterans every night
  • Providing over 100,000 meals every single year
  • Successfully putting 450 veterans through training programs each year
  • Finding 400 veterans a permanent home every year

The NECHV believe that housing is a basic human right and they work with Government and partner agencies to keep veterans out of homelessness and support them in building better lives.

Homeless veterans need your help today.

In just a couple of minutes, you can help a homeless veteran find a safe place to sleep.

All it takes is a few taps on your cell phone.

Make a difference today and support the hard work of NECHV.

Donate now – give quickly and easily.

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