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Welcome to March Veterans Village, a homeless veterans shelter for 200+ residents. Every day, 22 of America’s military veterans commit suicide. That is roughly one person an hour. Meanwhile, roughly 60,000 of our vets are living on the streets, with 1 million more struggling financially and unable to find meaningful employment.
This is simply unacceptable.
Who we are. What we do.
Our goal at Trinity Veteran instill hope, offer support, and provide security to March Village Residents. Our ultimate goal, and if applicable, is to get these veterans back into society with sustainable employment. We believe our veterans are capable of being some of the most influential citizens if given the chance and support to get back in the game.
Trinity Veteran is a 501(c)(3). When you donate on our website a tax deductible receipt is uploaded to the “My Account” page on this website.
The APO Foundation does not use any donations for overhead expenses. This means 100% of every donation directly impacts the Veteran!
The Patriot Club
If you’ve been wondering how to help veterans in need, we invite you to consider joining The Patriot Club. For just a dime a day, Patriot Clubbers set up a monthly subscription to support The APO Foundation at March Veterans Village, a homeless shelter in Riverside, California.
Top Patriot Clubbers
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Our overhead costs are covered by a sponsoring company, so 100% of your donation helps veterans in need.
Hi John, here’s a picture of your impact!
One of the best parts of Patriot Club membership is the ability to see the direct impact of your support. Patriot Clubbers regularly receive pictures of their dollars at work in the lives of the veterans in need. We want you to see the positive change you are bringing to these veterans’ lives.
Patriot Clubbers are already making a difference! They have helped fund food pantries, children’s and women’s programs, and social activities for our sheltered veterans, many of whom are isolated and lonely. 100 percent of the funds contributed by Patriot Clubbers are used to pay for goods and services the veterans need to get back on their feet.