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"Do not cast me off in the time of old age, forsake me not when my strength is spent"
Senior Veterans face the hardships of simple home maintenance. Adding to this hardship gap the veteran is often without funds or physical stamina! Just to live at the basic level a veteran or family may have the need for a new or repaired appliance. Other times they may need home repairs, plumbing, electrical, or HVAC repairs. Working with local civic and social organizations such as Councils on Aging, churches, and other non-profit groups, Carolina Veterans Support Group works toward providing support directly or indirectly to address the need of basic living.
This effort cannot succeed without the participation of local organizations, individuals and especially Veterans who wish to aid a Senior Veteran and their family. CVSG Fund shall work to provide the necessary funds to the local organizer to complete the process if necessary.
Senior Veterans simply do not know where or how to obtain services offered by governmental agencies or non-profits. Working with volunteers and other organizations, we provide general information about services available to Veterans, and assistance to access these services. This is a critical part of Veteran Advocacy.
Working with local civic and social organizations, churches, scout troops and others, Carolina Veterans Support Fund works to make possible necessary repairs or replacement of appliances, etc. in need of serious repairs.
Within the Carolina's, there are approximately 1,115,955 Veterans. Using the 2010 census data, there are 168,353 Senior Veterans over the age of 65 living in our two states. Federal, state and local agencies struggle to provide home based services in order to ensure that disabled and senior adults can maximize their independence for as long as possible while remaining in their homes. CVSG is committed to assisting in this major need.