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welcome them home.

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Proceeds from Invisible Storm benefit the mission of Veterans Community Project

Veterans Community Project (VCP) passionately believes that anyone who took the oath to protect our homes shouldn’t be without one themselves. Motivated by the sacred rule of leave no one behind, VCP serves any man or woman who raised their right hand, regardless of discharge status or type of service.

There are more than 38,000 Veterans who were experiencing homelessness in the United States. Tens of thousands more fear it every day. 

Our solution to end Veteran homelessness is simple: provide Veterans a home with dignity and honorable services that help reduce fears, reveal strengths, and restore hope for a better future.

Please join me in welcoming more soldiers home. 

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Jason Kander

President of National Expansion

Veterans Community Project

our story.

Veterans Community Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded by a group of combat Veterans in Kansas City, Missouri. We believe that a Veteran is anyone who raised a right hand and took the oath to protect our Constitution, regardless of discharge status or type of service. We are privately funded, armed with the strength and support of our community. By providing critical support services paired with an innovative transitional housing model, we have served thousands of at-risk and homeless Veterans since 2016.

VCP provides services to Veterans, homeless or otherwise, through two methods:

The first is the Veteran Outreach Center, a walk-in center for every type of Veteran facing every type of problem. Our Outreach Center staff assist Veterans in navigating the VA and claiming their benefits, identification services, mental and physical health referrals, financial counseling, and employment support. Additionally, Veterans can obtain hygiene kits and utilize VCP's food pantry. As with everything else at VCP, these services are free of charge to those who have served our country in uniform.

 

The second component of VCP’s services is VCP Village, a transitional housing community for Veterans experiencing homelessness. VCP’s innovative solution combines the privacy and security of a tiny house village with on-site, wrap-around services that thoroughly address the underlying causes of each Veteran’s homelessness. The Veteran residents live free of charge while working closely with VCP case managers to resolve the issues that led to their homelessness. The tiny homes meet all local city code requirements and provide Veterans with privacy, a sense of security, and the ability to reintegrate into society at a comfortable pace.

Every day we are speaking with communities around the country who want to bring VCP’s unique solution to Veteran homelessness to their cities. Our goal is not to replicate programs but to fill gaps, helping Veterans access existing services and providing new resources to Veterans who are ineligible to receive assistance elsewhere.

join the mission.

"Community" is our middle name for a reason. We are armed with the strength and support of community members like you. Please join the mission and serve those who served us.