How We Help

Through your monetary donation, the help of community volunteers and working with local businesses and organizations. CVSG is able to fund home repairs like plumbing, electrical, modifications for wheelchairs, and roofing to name a few. Things that are beyond the ability for an ElderVet to pay. Allowing these men and women who left home, jobs, school, and family behind to answer our Nation’s call to defend democracy here and abroad to stay in their own homes for as long as possible.

Step 1: 

Elder Vet or Widow in need is put in touch with CVSNC and the form for assistance is submitted.

Step 2: 

CVSNC verifies applicants information and extent of aid needed.

Step 3: 

CVSNC provides the necessary funds for the repair and/or maintenance need for the home.

Step 4: 

CVSNC maintains a relationship with the Elder Vet or Widow in an effort to keep them in their home for as long as safely possible.

Those CVSG Has Helped

Agent Orange

Richard served in the artillery in Vietnam and was honorably discharged.  Later in life like so many of us serving in Vietnam, the effects of Agent Orange began to make itself known.  In Richard's case, he developed prostate cancer.   He began to receive...

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Firefighters Seek Aid For Vet

Louis is an interesting case.  He and his wife spent more than 15 years delivering meals to folks who were confined to their homes.  Now is help is caught up with him and he is no longer able to perform the service to his neighbors.  I first heard of Lewis...

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Providing a Vet Mobility

Joe is 75 years old and a veteran of Vietnam.  He served in the first cavalry division airmobile and won a Silverstar, bronze Star etc. Joe fell and broke his pelvis. When released from the hospital Joe was placed in a recovery center until he was able to...

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