The VFW National Home for Children is a place where families left behind by war can remain together, keeping the family circle intact even when their serviceman or woman don’t come home, or come home and have difficulties.
Today’s military and veterans families face many challenges—reintegration, post-traumatic stress, high unemployment and rehabilitation from battlefield injuries. The National Home has evolved over their decades-long history to meet those changing needs.
Because of YOUR generosity, the Michigan Masonic Charitable Foundation was able to award the VFW National Home for Children a Masonry’s B.E.S.T. grant to assist them with their Early Education Center (EEC).
The EEC provides age-specific development and educational programs and activities for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers alike-all at no cost to the resident that live on campus.
Since 1925, veteran families and their children have received a chance to heal and grow while living at the VFW National Home for Children, and the EEC has played an essential role in the help that the families have received.
To learn more about the VFW Home visit their website at: https://www.vfwnationalhome.org/