Vice President Mike Pence Visits Veterans Village

We had an amazing meeting with Vice President Mike Pence at Nellis Air Force Base today talking about working with the White House, The Senate and Congress to provide housing and intensive supportive services for our United States Veteran heroes.

Priceless grace.


Remarks by Vice President Pence to Veterans and Airmen

Issued on: September 9, 2018
Nellis Air Force Base
Las Vegas, Nevada

1:29 P.M. PDT

THE VICE PRESIDENT: It’s an honor to be back at Nellis Air Force Base, the “home of the fighter pilot” for the American people. (Applause.)

Great to be here, and honored to be among so many heroes again, and to have the opportunity to be back with all of you. And also, join me in thanking — we’re surrounded by so many great men and women in uniform who are all a part of this extraordinary flagship of the United States Air Force — but how about all of our active duty personnel? Join me in thanking these extraordinary men and women — the veterans among us who have served our nation with distinction and join us here today. Thank you. (Applause.) Thank you all. Thanks for your service.

And to one and all, I want to bring greetings from a friend of mine. I spoke to him this morning before he left Montana, before I was wheels up from Washington, D.C. Allow me to bring greetings from a great champion of our armed forces and our veterans. I bring greetings from your Commander-in-Chief — the 45th President of the United States of America, President Donald Trump. (Applause.)

And thank you all for being here. Thank you all for giving us such a warm welcome. But more importantly, thank you for what each and every one of your do to provide for our national defense each and every day.

And I want to thank Senator Dean Heller. It is remarkable to think of the work that he’s done here. Not only he’s a tenacious champion for our armed forces, tenacious champion for Nellis Air Force Base, but he’s also a great champion, as you just heard, of the more than 300,000 veterans across Nevada. Join me in thanking, again, Senator Dean Heller for his leadership for the people of Nevada and America. (Applause.) Senator, thank you.

Let me also recognize a great veteran of the United States Marine Corps that you also just heard from, who we — we’ve had him on the job for officially five days, but he’s already doing a fantastic job making sure that our veterans have the support that they need, the benefits that they’ve earned. Join me in thanking VA Deputy Secretary Jim Byrne. Jim, thanks for stepping up for your country one more time. (Applause.) Great words, today.

I’m also grateful to be joined by another remarkable Nevadan with a heart for this state’s heroes. About a decade ago, I’m told that he saw Nevada’s homeless veterans struggling, needing help. And so he founded Veterans Village seven years ago to give them the stability and springboard that they need to get back on their feet and lead productive lives. I just had a chance to meet him, and members of his family and his team. But join me in thanking Dr. Arnold Stalk for caring so much for our veterans and all that he’s done. (Applause.) Thank you. What a great organization Veterans Village is.

And second to last, let me also thank — let me thank “Blend’r”, the Commander of the 57th Fighter Wing — a great American military leader — Brigadier General Rob Novotny. Let’s hear it. (Applause.) Thank you, General. Thanks for your leadership, General. And thanks for your commitment to this nation.

Before I go further, I have to tell you, it is — it’s also very meaningful for me to be here today among heroes that I had a chance to spend time with in January of this last year. And to be back here, it’s a special honor, of course, to be among the Thunderbirds — the extraordinary aviators of the United States Air Force. (Applause.)

But I can’t help but take a moment, as I know you’d want me to, to remember one of your own. A man who flew with the Thunderbirds who I had an opportunity to meet when I was here just earlier this year. We lost him in a tragic incident in April of this year.

But this Major actually had a lifelong love for flying. He had — just over 10 years ago, he had made the choice to put that love to work for the United States Air Force. As an officer of the Air Force, over the course of his career, he spent 3,500 hours in the air.

He was a Thunderbird. He was a patriot. And let me say to his family, to all of the Airmen and comrades gathered here today, America will never forget and never fail to honor Major Stephen Del Bagno. And we remember him today. (Applause.) We do.

Well, I just came by, really, just to say thank you — just a very simple thank you for your service from your Commander-in-Chief, from his number two, and on behalf of the American people for what each and every one of you do at Nellis Air Force Base each and every day.

I truly do believe there’s maybe no better place to express the gratitude of the American people than at this storied air force base. It’s been a center of American national security for more than 75 years. Nearly 60,000 gunners trained here before taking wing in the Second World War. Many of the fighter aces from Korea and Vietnam sharpened their abilities in the skies above us. And to this day, Nellis Air Force Base trains “the best combat aviators in the world.” (Applause.) It’s true.

Frankly, your accomplishments are fitting, given the man after whom this base is named. In the Second World War, Flight Officer William Harrell Nellis served in the 513th Fighter Squadron. Over six short months, he flew 70 aerial combat missions. Shot down three times, only to return to the fight.

And on this hero’s final flight that took place just 2 days before [after] Christmas, in 1944, during the Battle of the Bulge. While attacking a heavily armed German convoy, he was hit by ground fire, brought down — but not before he inflicted grievous damage on the enemy. Nellis Air Force Base is a fitting tribute to this great American, and you all honor his memory by living out that tradition every day. (Applause.)

You know — you know, it’s been said, “As goes Nellis, so goes the Air Force.” And as many of our veterans can attest, the training and testing that happens here ultimately saves lives on the battlefield and ensures that our heroes are able to come home safe to their families after they complete their mission.

And to all of you gathered here today, let me assure you, with this Commander-in-Chief, this White House will always have your back. That’s a promise. (Applause.)

You know, I couldn’t be more proud to serve as Vice President to a President who is so committed to the men and women of our armed forces and our veterans. From the very first day of this administration, President Trump went to work to rebuild our military, restore the arsenal of democracy. And in the last year, with the strong support of Senator Dean Heller, this President has signed the largest increase in our national defense since the days of Ronald Reagan. (Applause.)

Thanks to the legislation the President signed last month, we’re giving the Air Force new tools and equipment you need to fight and win. We’re building 15 new KC-46 Pegasus tankers. We’re developing the new light-attack aircraft while replacing the wings on the A-10. We’re fully funding the development of the B-21 Raider. And this year, we’re putting 48 new Air Force F-35 fighters into production, and they’ll soon be in the air over Nellis Air Force Base. (Applause.) It’s true.

And just in case you hadn’t heard about it, that legislation also will include the largest pay raise in nearly 10 years for the men and women of the Armed Forces of the United States. (Applause.) Well deserved.

And you should all know that Senator Heller stood with us — stood with us every step of the way as we made these efforts to invest in our national defense to rebuild our military. Your Senator has also stood with us, from his position on the Veteran’s Affairs Committee in the United States Senate, to be a champion for our veterans.

You just heard him say it, but let me acknowledge it. What an extraordinary record that President Donald Trump, in our first year and a half, has actually signed more than 15 bills authored and introduced by Senator Dean Heller to improve the services and benefits of veterans all across Nevada, and all across the United States. (Applause.) Thank you, Senator. Wow.

Truth is, with the Senator’s help, with the majority in the Congress of the United States, we’ve been making historic investments and reforms in our veterans programs across this country. As the Deputy Secretary just described, we’ve enacted legislation to bring the VA appeals process into the 21st century. We’re now on pace to process most appeals cases in a single — excuse me, let me say this so you hear right — we’re now on pace to process the most appeals cases for the VA in a single year in American history. That’s real results. (Applause.) And we’re closer than ever before to ending the VA backlog once and for all. (Applause.)

You’ll all also know, in our first year, we enacted historic new legislation to restore accountability to the VA. And at this point, literally thousands of employees who previously could not be dismissed have been dismissed from the VA for not providing appropriate and timely healthcare to our veterans.

And finally, this President fought — Senator Heller and other members in Congress provided an opportunity for veterans to have real choice. We passed Veterans Choice to make sure that our veterans have access to the real-time, world-class healthcare that they earned in the uniform of the United States of America, either at the VA or at a private healthcare provider. Veterans Choice has arrived. (Applause.)

As the President likes to say, “You fought for us in your time.” You all, are all fighting for us today, and I want to promise you, under this administration, this Commander-in-Chief, we’re going to fight for you every single day.

But it’s very humbling for me to be with you today. I look forward to meeting you, as many of you as possible. But it’s humbling for me to stand among men and women in the uniform of the United States and those who have worn the uniform. You see, my life didn’t take me into the uniform of the United States, but I am the son of a combat veteran — served in the Army in the Korean War. And I’m the proud father of a United States Marine Lieutenant who will get his wings of gold in just a few weeks. And we couldn’t be more proud. (Applause.)

And that’s where I wanted to land today, is just to say to all of you that your nation is proud of you. Proud of the work that you do here every day at Nellis Air Force Base. Proud of the way you aviators take to the skies, and this world-class maintenance team makes it possible that the best — the best equipment in the world can fly safely and accomplish this mission and come back wheels down.

We’re proud of each and every one of you, but I — not so much as your Vice President, but as a proud parent. And I also know how proud your families are. And so I just want to say thank you, from the bottom of my heart. Thank you for stepping up to serve your country at such a time as this.

Because of your willingness in this all-volunteer armed forces, we’re making sure every day that America can protect our people and meet any threat that we will face now and in the future.

And so, thank you. Thank you for your service. Truthfully, this is the land of the free because it’s still the home of the brave. And you, men and women, of the 57th Fighter Wing, the men and women of Nellis Air Force Base, past and present, are that brave. And you have the thanks and gratitude of the American people. (Applause.)

Thank you. God bless you for your service. God bless Nellis and God bless the United States of America.

END

Veterans Village Park

In Advance Of Memorial Day, Veterans Village #2 Unveils ‘Memorial Wall’ As Part Of New 10,000 Square Foot ‘Veterans Village Park’

Founder Calls Park ‘Game Changer For Improving The Mental Health Of Vets’

Park Also Includes Courtyard, Gathering Plaza & Rec Area For Families And Pets

Vibrant Outdoor Space Is Latest Upgrade On Property Following The New Crisis Intervention Center That Has Already Helped Hundreds Of Vets In Desperate Need

 Veterans Village builds on its first-and-only national model with a park expansion project, which puts the focus on a new way to help improve the mental health and quality of life for America’s heroes housed at the facility in Downtown Las Vegas.

 New Veterans Village Park includes three distinct zones:

 Memorial Wall with serene reflection area surrounded by willow trees, with an entrance flanked by two new 30 foot flag poles. The Memorial Wall is a unique quarter circle structure that gently slopes upward from 24 to 30 inches, and is conceived to be the focal point of a gathering spot meant to inspire socialization in addition to reflection.

 1,600 Square Foot Shaded Dog Park that will accommodate the 66 dogs that currently live on premise, and are an integral part of the on-site Veteran community

 Expansive Gathering Plaza and rec area with BBQ stations and seating for dozens of Vets

 The park was built as part of a partnership with Wynn Las Vegas and PENTA Building Group, who came together last year to design and construct the $1 million Crisis Intervention Center

WHEN: Monday, May 21 11 a.m. Park Opening Ceremony Begins 12 p.m. Ribbon Cutting

WHERE: Veterans Village #2 50 N. 21st St., Downtown Las Vegas, 89101

WHO: • Arnold Stalk, Veterans Village Founder; recognized by the White House for creating a vital non-profit organization that never turns away a Veteran in need • Darrell Richards, Wynn Las Vegas VP of Construction who oversaw construction

The primary mission of Veterans Village is to help homeless U.S. Veterans regain an independent life. To accomplish this, holistic and comprehensive support services are provided 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, including placement in affordable transitional or permanent housing, mental health counseling, medical care, meal assistance, career planning, 12-step meetings, and so much more.

Media Contact: Eric Kreller, Wynn Las Vegas eric.kreller@wynnlasvegas.com, 702-770-3740 or 646-285-4034

Project Launch

On Monday morning April 2nd, 2018 at 5:00 am the designs were conceived by our “Design & Development Dream Team” at Grouchy’s coffee shop.

Pictured here from left to right is Brent Moser, Architects, Tony Cornell , PENTA Building Group and Darrell Richards Vice President Construction, Wynn Design & Development.

Yesterday, Steve Morenberg with PolyFab USA, donated the required shade fabric for the project. PolyFab madethe fabric for the large sails outside the Wynn Encore Beach Club and on some shading devices at the Wynn Golf course maintenance yard.

Next to step up was Hongyu Wang with HW Engineering. He is donating his engineering time for this project and is underway. Mr. Wang has been the engineer for over a decade and has engineered almost all of the projects that were manufactured for Wynn / Encore.

The Park @ Veterans Village #2 is well underway towards opening on Arbor Day, April 27, 2018 and will contain an urban farm, a dog park and a Veterans Plaza.

Special thanks to the amazing team at Wynn Las Vegas, PENTA Building Group and all the other skilled volunteers that will make this park a special place for our heroes.

With our all volunteer design “Dream Team” Veterans Village Las Vegas at our weekly meetings @5:00 am. Thank you Wynn Resorts!!!!

Posted by Arnold Stalk on Friday, April 6, 2018

John Fogerty

An unforgettable night.

Special thanks to Mr. John Fogerty, his wife, Julie and his brother, Bob for an amazing evening and concert at The Wynn Las Vegas.

In the middle of his concert, Mr. Fogerty stopped to recognize the plight of our US Veteran Homelessness in the USA and discussed his site visit earlier this week to Veterans Village. He also donated a beautiful guitar , donated funds and we could not be more grateful.

John Fogerty helps break ground on veterans crisis center in Las Vegas https://lasvegassun.com/news/2017/sep/28/john-fogerty-helps-break-ground-on-veterans-crisis/

Veterans Village Homeless Effort Draws Interest Of White House

May 22, 2017

May 22, 2017byDoug Puppel

Veterans Village, the private Las Vegas-based transitional housing program, caught the eye of the White House — again.

Arnold Stalk, who founded and runs Veterans Village, met Friday in Washington with Trump administration officials about his work to assist homeless veterans. He detailed plans to convert an old apartment house near Fremont and 14th streets into an 88-bed assisted living complex.

Stalk said he is seeking Department of Veterans Affairs support for his assisted living proposal, which he plans open by the fall. The new complex is being designed to accommodate residents with chronic health problems.

Stalk said the White House staff received the program request very well and helped connect Veterans Village with officials in the VA.  

He said the assisted living facility is a coming together of several different organizations to help “take care of our veterans from the street to the end of their life.”

Stalk admits that an assisted living facility will be very expensive but he is positive he can get the donations needed from private businesses and government subsidies to run the facility, which he expects to open in the next three to four months. It will be the second assisted living facility for veterans in Southern Nevada. The first is in Boulder City.

Support comes from

It that combination of public and private money that Stalk believes is vital to tackling the problem of homelessness.

“I don’t believe it is the government’s responsibility to solve this problem,” Stalk said, “I believe it’s the communities’ problem and we need to solve it as a community.” 

He said there are a lot of good organizations working to solve the homeless problem in Southern Nevada.

Early last year, Stalk was invited to Washington and met with then-first lady Michelle Obama about his work with homeless veterans.

Veterans Village currently operates two campuses, both in downtown Las Vegas.Guests: 

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Veterans Village Goes To Washington D.C.

12552597_10208713727588907_1783302186913654956_nHere’s a brief recap from VV in DC from Veterans Village Founder, Dr. Arnold Stalk….
“A 72 hour whirlwind of representing our US Veterans and our City of Las Vegas/Clark County, Nevada —
I would like to take a brief moment and thank Ms. Cynthia Dias, UNITED STATES NAVY Veteran and resident at Veterans Village Las Vegas for the courage, determination and her willingness to be an advocate with me for US Veterans and Veterans Village Las Vegas during our trip to meet in Washington, D.C. meetings/briefings with:
U.S. Senator Dean Heller’s office-
US Congresswoman Dina Titus-
HUD Secretary Julian Castro and HUD key staff-
White House staff briefings at The White House~
First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden-
State of the Union address by President barack obama at Congress-
ADVOCATE/EDUCATE/BUILD IT
Veterans Village Las Vegas is charged up and ready to launch and expand to the next level.
Thank you Ms. Dias—-You are an amazing American~~~~
cindy white house blog

 

State of The Union Whitehous Blog: http://go.wh.gov/SOTU-Guests
Once-Homeless Vet to Be Among Michelle Obama's Speech Guests | N
Once-Homeless Vet to Be Among Michelle Obama's Speech Guests | N

Third Annual Veterans Day Celebration & Candlelight Vigil

Public invited to attend on Veterans Day to celebrate the service and dedication of all United States Military and to pay homage to all fallen heroes.

WHAT:

Veterans Day candlelight vigil honoring all US military personnel.

Highlights for this years ceremony include the official public introduction the new Veterans Care Program.

A comprehensive collaborative partnership to provide much needed medical and mental health care

services for our United States Veterans

The unveiling of phase II of the Veterans Village Instant Built House; a two bedroom affordable housing

prototype made from a 100% recycled Ocean containers and off the shelf components to create affordable, well

designed and efficient housing.

Tentative Guest speakers to include US Senator Harry Reid, US Congresswoman Dina Titus, Former State of Nevada Assemblywoman Lucy Flores and special guest speaker Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman.  Many other pending confirmations from other elected officials and friends that have been invited to speak.

FREE musical performance by Jet Velocity All Star Band for all guests and our United States Veteran Residents

Veteran residents will be treated to a buffet style dinner courtesy of Rio Hotel & Casino

WHEN:           November 11, 2014, 5 p.m. – 8 p.m.

WHERE:        Veterans Village, Downtown Las Vegas, 1150 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas, Nevada 89104

ITINERARY:  

5:00 pm Music, Meet & Mingle.

6:00 pm Welcome/ Invocation/Pledge of Allegiance/National Anthem/ Mayor Carolyn Goodman

6:20 pm Dr. Arnold Stalk, PhD Founder Veterans Village/SHARE

6:30 pm Keynote speakers and Invited Guests

7:30 pm Unveiling/Ribbon Cutting of Instant Built House Prototype

PHOTO OP/INTERVIEWS

  • Public Officials and invited guests
  • United States Veteran residents at Veterans Village.
  • Arnold Stalk PhD, Founder, Veterans Village.

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Stations Casinos Month of Honor

STATION CASINOS “MONTH OF HONOR” IN MAY TO BENEFIT VETERANS VILLAGE

Funds were raised through proceeds and gaming winnings of patriotic-themed offerings for Southern Nevada’s only 24/7 crisis intervention and housing facility for homeless veterans

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During the month of May 2015 Station Casinos launched a month-long fundraising effort to raise awareness and funds for homeless veterans and their families who reside at Veterans Village located in Downtown Las Vegas. At a special dedication ceremony held at Veterans Village on June 30th proceeds raised throughout May during the Month of Honor campaign were presented to Veterans Village. A total of $58,176 dollars was raised to benefit Southern Nevada’s only 24/7 crisis intervention and housing facility that cares for our local homeless veterans and their families.  In attendance at the ceremony were Mayor Carolyn Goodman, Ms. Lori Nelson, APR, Vice President, Corporate Communications, Station Casinos.  Speakers at the ceremony included Mayor Goodman, Representative from the office of Senator Joe Heck, Senator Pat Spearman, Clark County Commissioner Susan Brager, Clark County School Board Trustee Kevin Child, and Michael McDonald, former Mayor Pro-Tem and Veterans Village Advisory Board Member.

In recognition of Station Casinos incredible support for our Veteran Heroes, Veterans Village has named their  Crisis Intervention Center in honor of Station Casinos in honor of their commitment to our United States Veterans and the Las Vegas community.

The Veterans Village Crisis Intervention Center CIC is the only a 24/7/365 emergency triage center in Sothern Nevada. Services include client based triage, medical and mental health services, job referral and training, Three Square Regional Food Bank nutrition, clothing, job referrals and placements, bus and transportation services and a host of other services targeted at preventing the rapid slide to homelessness and acute poverty.

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“We are honored to be a part of the Station Casinos’ Month of Honor which will assist Veterans Village to continue to provide housing and supportive services for our United States Veterans with honor and dignity,” said Veterans Village founder Dr. Arnold Stalk.

Station Casinos has always been a significant supporter of the military, most recently introducing its Military Monday and Operation Thank You initiatives to thank the military community with a variety of discount programs. Month of Honor continues and grows the Company’s commitment to showing its appreciation to the military community. To learn more about Month of Honor, visit https://www.sclv.com/monthofhonor


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Month of Honor features included:
Patriotic Gift Cards: Patriotic-themed gift cards are available for purchase with 5% of the gift card value being donated.
Patriotic Pastries: A variety of exclusively created patriotic-themed desserts such as Bundt cakes, sugar cookies, red velvet cupcakes, candy-covered strawberries and brownies will be available at all cafes including Boulder Station, Fiesta Henderson, Green Valley Ranch Resort, Palace Station, Red Rock Resort, Texas Station, Santa Fe Station and Sunset Station.
Round up for honor: Guests will be invited to round up their dining check in the majority of restaurants inside all 19 properties, excluding food court venues.
Take a vet to dinner: Guests may donate some of their Boarding Pass rewards points at any Rewards Center in exchange for a buffet voucher to be enjoyed by a resident of Veterans Village.
Red, White and Blue slots: A variety of patriotic-themed slot banks will be featured throughout the casino floors at 18 of Station Casinos’ properties. Discounted artwork provided by Sunkist Graphics.

Bingo Patriotic Packs: Special bingo pink packs will be offered at every Monday bingo session for $4. Patriotic packs will be available in both paper and electronic. The $1 cash ball validation fee is not included in the purchase price of the patriotic packs. Properties participating in the bingo patriotic packs include Boulder Station, Green Valley Ranch Resort, Palace Station, Red Rock Resort, Santa Fe Station, Sunset Station and Texas Station. Bingo patriotic packs were generously donated by gaming partner Fortunet.

“21” for the Red, White and Blue: Properties that offer blackjack tables will have a designated “patriotic” table Saturday, May 30 and Sunday, May 31. Table felts were generously donated by gaming partner GPI.

Poker Goes Patriotic: Poker tables at Red Rock Resort, Green Valley Ranch Resort, Boulder Station, Santa Fe Station and Palace Station will have a designated “patriotic” table Saturday, May 30 and Sunday, May 31.

Additionally, Boulder Station and Santa Fe Station will host a poker tournament with a $75 buy-in on Saturday, May 16 (Armed Forces Day) and Red Rock Resort will host a bounty poker tournament with a $100 buy-in on Monday, May 25 (Memorial Day) with $25 from each entry being donated.

Table felts were generously donated by gaming partner GPI.

Visit Vegas: Active or retired members of the military are invited to enjoy special hotel packages that include breakfast and free slot play at any Station Casinos property now through August 31. $5 from every room reservation will be donated. Must book special package online at sclv.com/patriot and show military ID upon check in.

Employee-Driven Canned food and toiletry drive: Station Casinos’ 12,000 employees will be invited to donate needed canned food and toiletries for the residents of Veterans Village.
Massages for the Military: 5% of every 50-minute Hot Stone Massage at Red Rock Resort or Green Valley Ranch Resort will be donated.
Budweiser Match: Anheuser Busch will donate $1 per bottle of Budweiser sold at all casino bars.
Crown Royal Care Packages for Vets: Donate needed non-perishable food items and toiletries for Veterans Village at Crown Royal donation bins located at the Reward Center. Crown Royal will also donate $1 to military organizations for every purple Crown Royal bag donated.

About Station Casinos:

Station Casinos owns 19 properties throughout Southern Nevada, including Boulder Station, Green Valley Ranch Resort, Fiesta Rancho, Fiesta Henderson, Palace Station, Red Rock Resort, Santa Fe Station, Sunset Station, Texas Station, Wild Wild West and several smaller properties under the Wildfire Gaming division. For more information, visit https://sclv.com.

Touro University Nevada Mobile Healthcare Clinic

At a time when healthcare is at the forefront of treatment of our Veterans and our homeless women, men and children in Southern Nevada, we are honored to be at the cutting edge of healthcare with these amazing partners.  VETERANS VILLAGE is thrilled about our partnership with Touro University Nevada ,The Shade Tree Shelter, Veterans Village and The Metropolitan Police Department’s Homeless Outreach Program.

California Pizza Kitchen FUNdraiser

DOWNLOAD FLYER HERE!

“Pizza With A Purpose” Dine and Donate with the California Pizza Kitchen at Fashion Show Mall to benefit Veterans Village!

Invite a friend!! Share this invitation! Don’t forget to Hashtag your share! #DiningForVets #TakeAVetToLunch

Bring in this flyer, present it to your server, and they’ll donate 20% of your check to Veterans Village.
Purchases include dine in,take out, catering
and all beverages.

Valid at the following location:
California Pizza Kitchen Fashion Show Mall
3200 Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89109
702.893.1370

Park in the GREEN section of the parking garage.
Escalators will take you directly up to California Pizza Kitchen

DOWNLOAD FLYER HERE!

Tour The Veterans Village Instant Built House

Housing for our heroes with respect and dignity~~

A housing unit made from a standardized,Recycled ISO shipping container.  The recycled housing units can be rapidly transported anywhere in the country via railroad “piggy-back” trains, semi, or jumbo air cargo transports for immediate occupancy for affordable housing that provides stability and support for our homeless, displaced and disadvantaged United States Veterans to successfully transition back into civilian life.   Building materials for the prototype were funded by a grant received from the Home Depot Foundation who continues to support Veterans Village, Our United States Veterans an others in need across the country.

This fast construction, economically sound environmentally friendly options aims to create a comprehensive housing solution to meet the need for affordable housing that provides stability and support for our veterans to successfully transition back into civilian life. (Download Information Here)

One Bedroom Unit

Studio Unit

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Emergency Housing Fund

Emergency Housing Fund

Veterans Village is always grateful for your support and we need you now more than ever!  It is only through the participation and generosity of people in our community like you that we are able to continue to serve the needs of Veterans in crisis here in Las Vegas. Veterans Village is  the ONLY 24/7  crisis intervention facility for veterans and their families in Las Vegas. Any contribution—financial, temporal, physical, or otherwise—goes directly to benefit veterans in need.   It’s our turn to serve those that have served.

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