325 B Street

Fayetteville, NC  28301


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Otis Spunkmeyer Cookie Dough Fundraiser is going on now.  Enjoy the best cookie dough in the world while supporting a worthy cause.  Included as item in this sale are Antie Anne's Pretzel and Pretzel Dogs, Gourmet Pizza and Key Lime, New York and Variety Pack Cheesecakes Sales going on now thru August 7, 2014.  Stop by or call the office (910-223-3213) to place your order. 

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Veterans Empowering Veterans "Are You Your Brother's Keeper"

Welcome to VEV

Veterans Empowering Veterans

"Are you your brother's keeper"

Combined Federal Campaign

Mission Statement

  Mission Statement:

To create a community for homeless veterans  that will assist them to successfully transition back into civilian society thru training and self empowerment skills.

What is a Veteran?

Homeless Veterans 

What is a Veteran?

A Veteran-- Whether active duty, discharged, retired, reserve or national guard is someone who, at one point in his/her life, wrote a blank check made payable to "The United States of America" for an amount up to, and including his/her life..

What's happening at VEV?

Hours of Operations:




9 am - 3 pm


9 am - 3 pm


9 am - 5 pm


9 am - 1 pm

Saturday & Sunday


Status of Veteran Homelessness

Fighting in a war can be a harrowing and humbling experience for many, but imagine coming back and not having or being able to find a home.  More than one million veterans are at risk of becoming homeless, while tens of thousands of former servicemembers are already living without shelter, according to the Center For American Progress. In fact, one in seven homeless people previously served in the military, a December 2011 report found, and much of the other data surrounding homeless veterans are equally worrisome. The issue of veteran homelessness is becoming increasingly important as defense spending cuts limiting vital benefits for veterans will automatically take effect in 2013, if Congress doesn't take action, according to the Center For American Progress.

As the future of the veteran support systems hangs in the balance, a recent report found that, compared with other homeless people, veterans face even greater adversity. Former service members are 11 percent more likely to develop a life-threatening disease while living without shelter compared to their non-veteran counterparts.

Statictics from the 2011 National Point-in-Time released by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development show a grime picture for North Carolina as well as the rest of the nation.  Comparison between the 2010 and 2011 survey does not show any improvement in our efforts to eradicate this problem.

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Rotary Club Presentation

Our CEO and Founder also made a presentation for support to the Clayton Rotary Club.  Take a look at her in action:

Veterans Homeless Stand Down, Fayetteville 2013

Our CEO and Founder on the job at the Veterans Homeless Stand Down in Fayetteville Sep 2013:

Homelessness in Fayetteville

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