Vets To Vets United
Matching Gift Campaign Challenge



Dear Friends, and Supporters of Veterans and Rescue Animals,


Great news! An anonymous foundation has offered Vets To Vets United, Inc. a challenge to raise $17,500, which they will match dollar for dollar!  This generous donation is essential to fulfilling our purpose of training our US Military Veterans and their rescued animals.

Will you consider honoring our Veterans by making a donation today? Whether you donate $500 or $1, every dollar counts towards achieving our goal of raising funds to meet or even exceed the total $17,500 challenge!

Please share this message with your family, friends, coworkers, etc., and encourage them to donate to help us reach our goal. We can do this with your help!

Our Mission:

  • We pair veterans with disabilities with rescued dogs for an enhanced quality of life.


Our Vision:

  • Improving lives, saving lives, one veteran and one dog at a time.


Unique Niche:

  • Rescuing dogs and serving veterans with veterinarian services provided by partner veterinarians.


Your donation is critical to help us improve the lives for those who have sacrificed so much for us, our US Military Veterans, while simultaneously rescuing animals facing potential euthanasia.


How can you help?

Share by planting the seeds


Make a Contribution:

Whether a donation is received for $1 or $500 plus, every bit helps.


1. Website:

Click on "Donate Now" top right corner

Type in donation $ amount, then click on donate with debit or credit card

Click on Add Special instructions to the seller:  Type in "Vets To Vets Matching Gift Campaign"

2. Facebook:


3. US Mail: 

Vets To Vets United, Inc. 

732 Ninth St Box 595

Durham, NC 27705

4. QR Codes:










Thank you for believing in our mission, supporting our Veterans and their working animals, and for helping us to reach our campaign goal.  We can’t do this without you.  Together we are making a difference.


Many Blessings,


Vets To Vets United, Inc

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