NWVU 10th Anniversary Souvenir Book


The National Women Veterans United (NWVU) is honored to announce that in March, 2015 we will celebrate 10 years of helping women veterans! We are excited about the New Year and want you to join us in our Celebrations!Several events are in the planning stages including a special project to feature you in our 10th Anniversary Souvenir Book for only $10! Read more [...]

Learn Charter Romana-Butler School gets a new flag

Learn Charter Romana-Butler School gets a new flag set, thanks to the National Women Veterans United, President Rochelle Crump. When Ms. Crump learned from Marcus Manning (son) and teacher at Learn Charter that the school had a flag taped to a pole; she purchased a flag set from her personal funds to ensure that the school could be in compliance with flag etiquette. Read more [...]

Female veterans do battle for benefits at home

When Xatavia Hughes, the granddaughter of a military man, went to serve in Iraq, she was prepared to prove herself to the male soldiers. A month after returning, Hughes found herself in an improbable spot: living in a dorm room at the Pacific Garden Mission, the sprawling homeless shelter on the city's West Side, shielding her two sons from addicts and criminals. Read more [...]