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Upcoming Event:

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Doors open at 7am
Registration starts at 8am
Distribution of Food 10am to 2pm
Veterans Inc., 69 Grove Street
Worcester, MA
Open to in-need Veterans & their family members
Bring DD-214 or VA Card as proof of Veterans Status
Thanksgiving food boxes, including a turkey and fixings, will be provided to veterans in need and their families.
For more information contact (800) 482-2565, email – info@veteransinc.org

 

Donate

Accepting donations of turkeys (all sizes),
produce (bags of potatoes, squash, onions, carrots),
stuffing, canned gravy and cranberry sauce.
All product donations can be dropped off at 69 Grove Street, Worcester Ma.
For large quantity donations please contact 508-791-1213 x1162, to organize drop off.

If you would like to donate turkeys but cannot bring them to Veterans Inc. headquarters you may now donate the value of the turkey online.

Click here to make an online turkey donation.

 

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Veterans Inc. was featured on an edition of the CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley, as part of a piece focusing on PTSD and Vietnam veterans in light of a recent study highlighting the continued prevalence of the condition.

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Veterans Inc. is proud to partner with The Home Depot Foundation, a committed advocate for eliminating homelessness among veterans. We thank The Home Depot Foundation for their generous support of our Worcester and New Britain housing facilities!

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*Veterans Inc. has been made aware that someone may be fraudulently representing themselves as our agency over the phone, offering access to VA benefits or money, and requesting personal financial information. Please note that Veterans Inc. does NOT solicit personal financial information over the phone. If you receive such a call, collect as much information from the caller as you can, and file a report with your local police department. You may also contact your state’s Attorney General or consumer protection office to file a complaint.