Vets on Track Foundation (VOTF) was born in early 2013 out of necessity – a need to provide direct support to our veterans, first responders and their families. The Vets on Track Foundation is a federally certified 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Our Federal ID number is: EIN: 46-3805203. We advocate on behalf of all military veterans, first responders and their families, through our pro-active outreach efforts.
We are driven to increasing public awareness while providing education to our veterans and first responders regarding real issues affecting their lives…we use motorsports and other sporting platforms to promote and accomplish the mission.
The VoTF works diligently at the grass-roots level with state, local and private agencies that place homeless veterans and first responders into permanent housing. We also work with other agencies to support victims of domestic violence. We pledge to leave no one behind.
Through its “Fresh Start” Program, the VoTF furnishes homes for those who are making the transition into permanent housing. The Foundation provides everything from dishes and rugs to pictures, lamps, sofas and dressers…anything needed to transform their new house into a “home.”
The “Beyond the Streets Program” re-educates those we serve about the basics of self-sufficient living. During the course of three months, our volunteers follow up with each of our clients several times to ensure they are developing the necessary life skills to maintain their personal hygiene, their homes and social skills needed to reenter their communities as productive citizens.
It is vital that American communities better understand what America’s 911 Force and their families are facing – and use that knowledge to simply, positively, and productively help those families address the challenges that service to our country has imposed upon them. The Vets on Track Foundation is taking a step forward in providing the necessary support they need.
We remain optimistic about the future of our veterans and first responders and are positively encouraged by the reaction from communities all across the country to support the “Fresh Start Program.” We must keep that momentum going, so that our ability to provide veterans and their families the needed support to get their lives back on track remains strong.