youhelp

Crowdfunding for Veterans

When government assistance can no longer keep up with the needs of veterans, crowdfunding can provide a platform for online communities to empower servicemen and servicewomen to make a smooth transition back into their communities.

YouHelp.com, a free crowdfunding website, can be used by veterans to raise money for housing, education, employment, health or to even to establish a small business. Elderly veterans can especially benefit from YouHelp. Honor and support for those who served can be designated to combat disabilities, limited medical benefits, substance abuse and homelessness. You choose to how you want to help.

The YouHelp process is simple: create a profile, a fundraising goal, add high resolution images and a compelling message that prospects will find worthwhile -- and launch. If the idea is deserving, and the campaign is promoted properly, contributors will pledge their support.

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BUILDING A LITERACY BUS FOR CHILDREN!

$100 of $10,000 raised

We will use all of the funds raised to install computers and WI-FI access in the BATBUS. The bus will go to communities where children do not have access to the internet...communit... Donate Now

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ending-veteran-homelessness

ENDING VETERAN HOMELESSNESS

$50 of $20,000 raised

On any given night there is 45,000 veterans facing the harsh reality of not having a home. We are helping veterans stay on path to success once they rejoin the civilian sector. We ... Donate Now

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HELP THOSE IN NEED OF A HOME & SOBERITY

$25 of $3,500 raised

I am asking for help that will not only help those in need of a home but, help to feed, nurture, and help those that have suffered domestic violence, mental illness and addiction. ... Donate Now

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to-honor-a-fallen-serviceman

TO HONOR A FALLEN SERVICEMAN.

$15 of $5,000 raised

This project will honor Cpl. Kenneth C. Seamans with a memorial stone, next to one we previously had placed in McFarland Cemetery in northeastern Graham County Kansas. Cpl. Seamans... Donate Now