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Sioux Falls. 

367 N. Willow

Sioux Falls, SD 57104


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Starting November 1, 2023, Veterans Community Project (VCP) of Sioux Falls is launching a 1.2M dollar campaign to build the Village Center.

Located in the heart of VCP Village, the 4,600 sq-ft Center will be the hub for VCP’s support services as well as a place for residents to connect with one another and build a community.

the village center. 

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The Village Center features private offices where Veterans work with highly-trained case managers to address barriers related to health, employment, or financial stability. 


With a variety of flex spaces, a health and wellness suite, and Fellowship Hall for social events, the  Village Center also promotes the physical and mental well-being of residents and enhances their sense of community. 

The tiny houses provide shelter but the Village Center is where the real, life-changing work happens.


join the mission.

Your investment in the VCP Village Center supports critical access to services and ensures a higher quality of life for Village residents. 

Now is your opportunity to permanently leave your mark on this life-changing, community-changing mission. 

For more information, please contact 

Alisha Grove, Director of Development, at or 605-949-2000.

caplital campaign leadership team.

Community isn't just part of our name, it's part of our DNA. Veterans Community Project is funded by individuals, foundations, and corporations who want to do more than thank a Veteran for their service. 


Special thanks to the many volunteers assisting this campaign:

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Jeanine Hoff Lubben

Campaign Chair

Paws Pet Resort


Matt Smith

Campaign Chair

Dacotah Bank

Max Boyum, Canfield Interiors

Eric Ellefson, Click Rain

Mike Gray, Sioux Falls Development Foundation

Chad Hatch, Bird Dog Equity Partners, LLC

April Meyerink, American Bank & Trust

Mark Millage, Furniture Mart

Heath Oberloh, Woods Fuller

Galen Van Otterloo, Dacotah Bank

Brian Sittig, CNA Surety

Todd Stone, Stone Group Architects

Michael Tveidt, Fischer Rounds & Associates

Larry Young, Boiling Frog Development

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