Top-Rated Veterans Nonprofits for Veterans Day

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SAN FRANCISCO – There are more than 7,000 different nonprofits helping veterans in the U.S. How can veterans and active-duty personnel know which ones are the most effective?
For Veterans Day 2016, GreatNonProfits.org has named 31 Top-Rated Veterans Nonprofits – selected for earning the highest ratings in helping those in need. The list can help both veterans and active-duty personnel identify the best veterans’ nonprofits for volunteering their time, directing interested people where to donate, or for seeking assistance for themselves, their families or others.
The Top-Rated Veterans Charities list includes nonprofits that assist veterans, as well as those that provide services to military families, and many others.
You can find the list of Top-Rated Veterans Nonprofits from Great Nonprofits here:
Or, you can visit GreatNonProfits.org and search for veterans nonprofits in your state or community. You can find rankings, reviews and link for each charity
Reviews submitted by the community play a vital role in GreatNonprofits’ highly-respected rankings of nonprofits.
GreatNonprofits invites military personnel, their families and veterans to contribute their personal stories and experiences with any veterans nonprofits.
GreatNonprofits is the leading website for people to find, review and share information about nonprofits. The Top-Rated Awards are the only top rankings determined by those who deal directly with the nonprofits. The GreatNonprofits seal is rated by Software Advice, a Gartner company, as the second most-trusted rating seal after the Better Business Bureau.
“This Veteran Day, we are proud and honored to help people know the Top-Rated Veterans Nonprofits.” said Perla Ni, CEO of GreatNonprofits. “There are many organizations devoted to supporting veterans as well as active-duty personnel and their families, but sometimes it can be difficult to know what each organization does. We want to help people know which are among the best to be involved in – either as a volunteer, donor or aid recipient. And we appreciate the many servicemen, servicewomen and veterans who have contributed to GreatNonprofit reviews to help others learn about the best in veterans nonprofits.”

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