IRS reopens $500 per Veteran child Economic Impact Payment, Sign up for Veteran Expeditions

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has reopened the registration period for claiming an Economic Impact Payment. Individuals who receive Social Security, Supplemental Security Income, Railroad Retirement, or certain Veterans benefits – but didn’t receive the $500 payment per child earlier this year – can still file for the $500 payment. Continue reading

H.R. 4554, Support Safe and Welcoming Department of Veterans Affairs Facilities for All Veterans

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H.R. 4554 would require the Secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to establish and implement a comprehensive anti-harassment and anti-sexual assault policy for the Department. Please do your part to support ending harassment at VA facilities and ensuring a safe and welcoming environment for all veterans to obtain the care they need and have earned. Use the prepared letter (or your own) to ask your Representative to cosponsor H.R. 4554 and support its final passage. Continue reading

St. Mark United Methodist Church /Cash assistance for businesses in Chatham

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St. Mark United Methodist Church’s 501c3 Youth and Family Center is providing one-time mini-grant ($500-$1,000) cash assistance for businesses in the Chatham community that were financially affected by looters following the death of George Floyd. Continue reading

Hispanic Business Owners Hub

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One out of seven small businesses in the U.S. is owned by Hispanics. It is SCORE’s mission to support all entrepreneurs in the United States, including the 4.6 million Hispanic owned businesses. In recognition of National Hispanic Heritage Month, we are pleased to share the Hispanic Business Owners Hub. Continue reading

Free Virtual ZOOM Retreat for Military Women Veterans hosted by National Women Veterans United

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The National Women Veterans United (NWVU) is honored to host a free Virtual ZOOM Retreat for Military Women Veterans, sponsored by the Veterans Support Foundation (VSF). ” Faces and Places of Military Women Veterans; How Are We Coping During The Pandemic?” There will be an “Officer of the Day,” a team coach, motivation speaker, and guest participants. Important information will be provided for resources that will assist military women veterans take care of themselves and their families. Date and Time: Sat, October 3, 2020 | 10:00 AM – 3:30 PM Continue reading

Online Google and IDVA Veteran Resume Workshop

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Google and the Illinois Department of Veterans Affairs (IDVA) are launching free, 1:1 virtual resume workshops to help Illinois veterans and their families translate their military experience into meaningful careers. Sign up for a session by completing this form by June 5 Continue reading

Message from National Women Veterans United

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The National Women Veterans United (NWVU) is aware of the difficult times that military women veterans, service members, and other citizens are experiencing due to COVID-19.

NWVU is appealing to military women veterans to contact us and we will go as far as we can to assist you. We have also asked partners to stand with us until grants and other financial avenues are in place, and even then that may not be enough. Those that are hit the hardest are those who were already at risk, homeless and or one paycheck away from losing everything.

We are making phone calls to those that we are aware of and our doors are open for those that need us too.

The National Women Veterans United
(872) 731-2150
Nwvu.org@gmail.com

Road Home program Telehealth services

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The Road Home Program at Rush provides comprehensive, evidence-based treatment in a safe and supportive environment. Rush understands that it takes courage to seek treatment and we are committed to helping you through this difficult time. Rush takes the time to learn your unique situation and tailor their care to best serve your individual needs. Continue reading

Happy 15th year Anniversary, NWVU

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The National Women Veterans United (NWVU) is celebrating 15 years of Making a Difference, Providing Service and Preserving the legacy of military women veterans.

Please consider making a donation to National Women Veterans United today!

Donations of $15 can be sent to:
Chase Zelle nwvu.org@gmail.com

Please make checks payable to: National Women Veterans

Mail to:
National Women Veterans
SGT Simone A. Robinson
Military Women Veteran’s Center
8620 S. Pulaski (Lower Level)
Chicago, Illinois 60652

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National Women Veterans United (NWVU) Cancels Campaign 15 Conference for Military Women Veterans

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Greetings,
On behalf of the National Women Veterans United (NWVU), thank you for your support. It is with a heavy heart that (NWVU) must cancel the Campaign15 Conference for Military Women Veterans, due to the COVID-19 national and state mandates. Our heavy heart is for those that are personally affected by the virus.

If you purchased an AD, the book will be available to you in the month of April, and they will also be distributed at the rescheduled Conference. The good news is that NWVU celebrates the 15-year history of making a difference, providing service and preserving our legacy in the Armed Forces. The Conference will be rescheduled and hosted in the future when the mandates have been lifted. Our enthusiasm and excitement to provide a day of honor for military women veterans will be at the same height.

Please keep our nation, troops, medical personnel, and first responders and caretakers in your thoughts and prayers. Thank you again for your support and we look forward to a brighter future for all.

Very Respectfully,
Rochelle Crump, President/Founder
on behalf of the Board of Directors and Members
National Women Veterans United
SGT Simone A. Robinson (2009, Fallen Soldier)
Military Women Veteran’s Center
8620 South Pulaski (Lower Level)
Chicago, IL 60652
Office (872) 731-2150  Fax (773) 424- 4127
nwvu.org@gmail.com
www.nwvu.org