Veterans Relief Fund, Inc.
A California, non profit charity, designed to take marijuana as a tax deductable gift.
That medicine is then given to veterans in medical need, from injury, illness, or PTSD.

Veterans Relief Fund, Inc.
Do you need assistance or help?  Because help is on the way.

Please contact us
VRF - VA Suicide Hotline:
VA Crisis Hotline: (888)457-4838
National Prevention Hotline: (800) 273-8255
or text (838255)

Veterans Are Standing By - We are Here For YOU!

Do you need, back support and leg braces, bandages, casts, crutches, doctor visits, eye glasses, eye medication, equipment, food, halos, hearing aides, housing options, massages, medication, meditation, rehabilitation, pain relief, prosthetics, slings, stints, transportation, and wheelchairs.

Need support or assistance?
Write to us:
Veterans Relief Fund, Inc - a California 501C3 non profit charity

These prosthetics are an example of an IN KIND Donation
to The Veterans Relief Fund, Inc. 501C3 of California

Other examples of IN KIND Donations.

PTSD and The Veterans Relief Fund in California 501C3

IF you need help, support, transportation, or a wheelchair  - contact us

Or if would like to make an IN KIND or TAX DEDUCTABLE GIFT / DONATION to this nonprofit charity we will provide you with a tax deductable receipt, that is making a difference for our wounded warriors and soldiers, on location at the (VA) Veterans Hospitals throughout The United States of America. 

Your donation is saving a life today!

VA Releases Veteran Suicide Statistics by State
by U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs

Our staff is on site helping those who need it most. 

We are also available to help Veterans in Florida, Kentucky, New York, Ohio, Oregon, and Texas through our established Veterans Relief Fund subsidiaries and VA Hospitals throughout the United States.

If you need a tax deductable receipt or would like to volunteer or be a subsidiary
Please contact us for volunteer work at VA Hospitals:

Veterans Relief Fund, Inc. a 501(c)(3)
EIN# 82-3436601

Your deduction for charitable contributions generally can't be more than 50% of your adjusted gross income (AGI) in most States 20% - 40% is allowed.
You must File Form 1040 and comply with IRS Rules on  Charitable Gift donations.

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