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We Can Rebuild You

Assisting Veterans: Rebuilding Lives and Business Opportunities


As a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting veterans, our mission is crucial. We understand that veterans often face unique challenges when transitioning from military service to civilian life. Whether it’s finding employment, starting a business, or rebuilding their lives, our organization plays a vital role in providing assistance. Let’s delve into how our non-profit organization, Elite SDVOB Network, collaborates with veterans to help them rebuild and thrive.

Elite SDVOB Network: Advocacy, Education, and Business Opportunities

The Elite SDVOB Network is a nationally recognized non-profit organization that focuses on three key pillars:

  1. Advocacy: Our organization actively engages with policymakers at federal, state, and local levels to advance programs for service-disabled veteran-owned businesses (SDVOBs). By advocating for policies that prioritize veteran-owned business opportunities, we ensure that veterans have a fair chance in the marketplace1.
  2. Education: Members of the Elite SDVOB Network gain access to valuable information. Guest speakers provide insights into emerging opportunities, practical advice, and subject matter expertise relevant to businesses. This knowledge equips veterans with the tools they need to succeed in the complex business landscape2.
  3. Business Opportunities: The Elite SDVOB Network connects veteran entrepreneurs with prospective buyers and facilitates networking events across the United States. By fostering relationships and creating opportunities, our organization empowers veterans to start, operate, sustain, and grow competitive businesses serving federal agencies and other government contractors1.

Rebuilding Lives: A Holistic Approach

Our organization recognizes that rebuilding lives goes beyond business opportunities. Here are some ways we contribute to veterans’ well-being:

  1. Home Modifications and Repairs: Organizations like Rebuilding Together provide no-cost preventive home modifications and repairs to veterans and their families. These improvements enhance safety, accessibility, and independence, allowing veterans to age in place comfortably. In 2019 alone, over 1,500 homes served by Rebuilding Together were veterans’ projects, directly benefiting veteran homeowners and their families3.
  2. Reconnecting with Family: Transitioning from military service can strain family relationships. Veterans need support to rebuild and strengthen these bonds. Open communication, patience, participation in family activities, and seeking professional help when needed are essential steps4.
  3. Wellness and Reintegration: Organizations like the Center for a New American Security (CNAS) emphasize holistic wellness and successful reintegration into civilian society. Collaboration between government agencies, community-based organizations, and private entities ensures that veterans receive comprehensive support5.

Contact and Collaboration

For veterans seeking a fresh start, our organization provides hope. If a veteran needs assistance, they can reach out through our website. Remember, our strength lies in the unity of volunteers, supporters, and partners working together to advance the interests of SDVOBs1.

Thank you for your unwavering commitment to rebuilding lives and fostering business opportunities for our veterans. 🇺🇸

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501(c)(19) Veterans' Organizations have the benefit of allowing their donors deduct their charitable contributions on their federal tax returns, similar to 501(c)3 org. As a 501(c)19, 75% of our organization's membership are disabled Veterans.