Support NWVU on GivingTuesday

PLEASE SUPPORT MILITARY WOMEN VETERANS on Giving Tuesday, December 3, 2019.
★Making A Difference ★ Providing A Service ★Telling Our Stories ★ Preserving Our Legacy
Please help support the only Community Military Women Veteran’s Center in Illinois, as we expand our programs for peer-to-peer support for women with (invisible wounds – PTSD, MST, TBI), health care prevention and awareness, emergency services, case management, referrals, computer lab assistance, art therapy, crafts, food, clothing and more…. Continue reading

National Women Veterans United GREET & MEET

Calling on American Legions, VFW, DAV, AMVETS, CVO, Chicago Veterans, and all Veteran Organizations to the National Women Veterans United GREET & MEET event on Saturday, November 16, 2019, 10:30 am – 12:30 pm at the SGT Simone A. Robinson Military Women Veteran’s Center located at 8620 S. Pulaski (Lower Level). RSVP – (872) 731-2150 – Nwvu.org@gmail.com Continue reading

“Homemade” screening on Nov 11th

A special upcoming event at Facets Cinematheque that you may be of interest to the Veteran community in Chicago. “Homemade” is going to be screened on Nov 11th. There will also be a panel discussion after the show featuring Adam Sorensen, the subject of the film, director Jason Maris and Nick Etten, former Navy Seal, Government advisor for Acreage Holdings, and founder Cannabis for vets. Continue reading

Suit & Salute Woman Veterans of Chicago

Join Adecco Group US Foundation, Dress for Success, and Wounded Warrior Project for a day of professional development geared towards female veterans. From image consulting to career development workshops, we are here to help you prepare for today’s world of work. Continue reading

Meet June Fremont, Marine and ‘True American’

Meet June Fremont, Marine and ‘True American’. As one of the pioneering women to serve in the U.S. Marine Corps during World War II, June Fremont chatted with Eleanor Roosevelt, met Harry Truman and marched with other servicewomen behind the casket during President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s funeral procession. Continue reading