The Veterans Site – FEED OUR VETERANS!

 The Veterans Site

Click Here.  Feed a hungry Veteran.

Click Here. Feed a hungry Veteran.

How does The Veterans Site work?

The Veterans Site is part of the GreaterGood Network, a family of click-to-give sites. When you click on the blue “Click Here to Give – it’s FREE!” button, you are shown advertisements from our sponsors. Sponsors pay an advertising fee, and 100% of that fee goes to our charity partners to provide meals for veterans in need.

Click Here.  Feed a hungry Veteran.

You can click once per day, every single day, 365 days of the year. Want to help even more? Tell your friends about The Veterans Site with an e-card or on Facebook — the more people who click every day, the more meals we can fund together. You can also shop to help at The Veterans Site store.

Please, once a day, visit The Veterans Site.  Just by clicking the Blue Button will provide a homeless Veteran a meal.  Give it a try. will even provide a Blue Button for you! 

Feed a Hungry Veteran

To the people that will click the Blue Button once a day, Thank you! Click the above Blue Button and Save it as a Bookmark in your browser.  Just hit Ctrl + D at the same time and your browser will ask you to save it.

And to those inclined to do a little shopping?  Need a gift?

Shop the Veteran Site’s Store first.  They have great stuff at a very fair price.

Feed a hungry VeteranEach item you buy pays for at least one meal for a veteran.

While you are on The Veterans Site, please consider clicking on other wonderful charities that support Hunger, Breast Cancer, Animals, Autism, Child Health, Literacy and Rain Forests.  All you have to do is click!  It’s free and painless and a great way to make the World a better place.

Veteran Homestead





Veteran Homestead, Inc. is an independent, 501(c)3 nonprofit organization based in Fitchburg, MA.   The organization was founded by CEO Leslie Lightfoot in 1993 in Leominster, MA.   It has since expanded into various facilities in New England and Puerto Rico.   Our mission is to provide medical, psychological, and spiritual care to Veterans who are diagnosed with a terminal illness, elderly, disabled, or otherwise in need.   We provide these services without regard to race, religion, or sexual orientation.   All of our programs are drug and alcohol free and every effort is made to help those seeking abstinence. 

Please take a moment and visit the Veteran Homestead webpage.Veteran Homestead  It is very impressive to see the work and progress that Leslie and her staff have accomplished.   You can get to Veteran’s Homestead by clicking on the American Flag graphic above or by clicking here:

Northeast Veteran Training Rehabilitation Center

Hope for the future is what the Northeast Veteran Training Rehabilitation Center (NVTRC) is all about. The loss of a limb, a disfiguring burn, a traumatic brain injury, or an emotional scar due to post-traumatic stress are all life changing events that affect both the Veteran and his or her family. The idea of not being a whole person or having your loved ones perceive you as someone much different than you were can leave emotional and psychological scars that dwarf the physical. Our focus will be on education, physical, occupational, and emotional therapy with an emphasis on family counseling along with the life and recreational skills that are so often taken for granted. The NVTRC will address rehabilitation and community reintegration, restoring the whole person to a life in which he or she can live and interact with friends and family in a healthier and more functional manner. Some of the highlights of the NVTRC program are:

  •  Tuition & fees at Mount Wachusett Community College  (MWCC) at no cost to the veteran or their spouse. (VA   benefits and scholarships will be used if available)
  • Physical, occupational, and massage therapy
  • Fitness center, and other MWCC facilities available to the Veteran and their family at no cost
  • Assistance with Child Care services
  • Focus on individual capabilities to maximize potential and aid in successful community reintegration
  • Recreational skill development through various sports, activities, and projects
  • Refinement of all daily living skills in order to achieve
  • Strengthen family bonds through individual & family therapy

The NVTRC is situated on ten acres donated by Mount Wachusett Community College (MWCC) in Gardner, Massachusetts. There is an indoor swimming pool, jogging track, weight/exercise room, gymnasium, trout pond, and a variety of other amenities designed to prepare the residents for a life in which his or her disability will be less of a burden. These services would be both difficult and expensive to provide if not for our partnership with the College. All of these facilities are in place at MWCC and their departments of physical therapy and human services will be invaluable in providing the therapists necessary for the project. The onsite Therapy Center has a therapy pool and spa, a Wii/exercise room, a PT/Massage therapy room, a common area and a small business office. The clients are housed in separate units located on the NVTRC grounds. These housing units are approximately 1200 sq ft with two bedrooms, one bathroom, a kitchen, and living/dining room and are fully handicapped accessible. This arrangement will allow the clients to practice their daily living skills and provide privacy for both the Veteran and his or her family.

The Veteran is a unique type of client. These men and women have been trained to overcome adversity, to trust their leaders as well as the men and women who fight beside them. Their warrior mentality, confidence, and dedication will be powerful weapons against the depression, anxiety, and emotional turmoil that will be their constant enemy. The success that will follow will be a victory for all, as each Veteran takes pride in their accomplishments.

When you review Veteran Homestead’s experience and history of success in serving the Veteran community, the excellent educational opportunities available at Mount Wachusett Community College, what you shall see is an outstanding facility serving our nation’s heroes that cannot be matched anywhere else in the country. We also strongly believe that this program can and should be duplicated in other states. Coming from a state that has lead the way in Veteran care, this is certainly a possibility that we are more than willing to promote. Through compassion, care, and achievement, we are putting the words “support our troops” into action.

Northeast Veteran Training Rehabilitation Center is just one of six locations!  See below

The Hero Homestead

The Hero Homestead – Leominster, MA

Armistice Homestead

Armistice Homestead – Leominster, MA

The Victory Farm - New Hampshire

The Victory Farm – New Hampshire






Hacienda de Veteranos - Caguas, Puerto Rico

Hacienda de Veteranos – Caguas, Puerto Rico






Veteran Hospice Homestead - Fitchburg, MA

Veteran Hospice Homestead – Fitchburg, MA

Veteran Homestead - Benefit Wines

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