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Background

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.

Our Mission

To ensure that every veteran and first responder transitioning into permanent housing from living on the streets has the necessary furniture and household accessories to transform their new house into a “home.”

Vision

To establish a VOTF “Fresh Start Program” in multiple cities across the country and to develop a nationally focused donation network of household good items that can be used to support those in need – no matter where they have their new “home.”

The Need

As an organization, the Vets on Track Foundation works diligently at the grass-roots level to help change lives.  Our program isn’t geared for only a select few – we cater to ALL veterans, first responders and their families.  By working together, we have the capability to address the issues facing this special group of people… one-on-one!  But like most programs, we can’t accomplish our mission without the support of volunteers, the partnerships with local, state and federal agencies, non-profit organizations; and the financial backing of corporate America and private donors.  The Vets on Track Foundation was created to better serve our veterans, first responders and their families. 

Today, the Vets on Track Foundation is in need of a warehouse that can be used to receive, sort, and distribute the household good donations received from local communities and organizations.  Additionally, the Foundation is in need of a 17” box truck that can be used to collect donations, and then deliver the donations to those in need.

In Summary

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.

Bottom Line

We need to raise $500,000 dollars to fund our 2017 - 2019 “Fresh Start Program.”