United Relief Foundation

Understandably, not unless ones’ life has been touched in some way, making a connection to a cause can be challenging.

United Relief Foundation message You Don’t Have to Serve in the United States Military to be of Service to those Who Have is a cornerstone to providing others the opportunity to have a rewarding part in the Foundation’s Standing Tall efforts in the service to the men and women who served in the United States Armed Forces.

For the most part, with the exception of a Good Morning America appearance and occasional media attention, the United Relief Foundation quietly goes about doing the good deeds that are Making A Difference By Being The Difference in the lives we touch.

Chartered as a not-for-profit by the State of Illinois on February 2, 2006, United Relief Foundation is a 501(c)(3) humanitarian aid organization and donations are tax-deductible to the extent the law allows.

WomenVeteranEntrepreneurs.com is owned, managed and funded by the United Relief Foundation.


Frank Salato

National Women Veterans United

National Women Veterans United (NWVU) consists of a network of women veterans with a history of past and/or present service in the United States Armed Forces.

NWVU’s mission is to advocate, educate and bond with all military women veterans with special emphasis on women who are disabled, homeless, at risk or returning from deployment, to ensure they are connected to appropriate direct services and resources for readjustment and coping skills, as they return to employment, school and family. Ensure they have access to equivalent well-being services and programs as our male veteran counterparts. Educate women veterans on their VA benefits and entitlements such as healthcare, education, employment and training, vocational assistance, and other VA resources.


Rochelle Crump
Army Veteran (WAC)

  • (872) 731-2150
  • nwvu.org@gmail.com
  • SGT Simeon Robinson
    Military Women Veteran’s Center
    8620 South Pulaski (Lower Level)
    Chicago, Illinois 60652
  • NWVU.org