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You are at the heart of our work that helps restore and rebuild the lives of veterans, families, children, and individuals in your community. You can help build a better future and create a thriving, vibrant community by making a donation to Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana.
Did You Know? The Cares Act Encourages Charitable Giving
The federal government’s coronavirus response legislation, known as the CARES Act, includes multiple provisions offering individuals and corporations significant incentives for charitable giving in 2020. View the PDF here.
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As a non-profit, we hold ourselves to high standards and use client feedback to ensure we are held accountable to our communities. At Volunteers of America, we employ approximately 1,000 professionals, all of which provide high-level resources to those who need it. Our staff comprises a vast array of administrators, caregivers, case managers, clinicians, housing experts, leaders, and psychologists throughout the region.
Volunteers of America started in the late 1800s and found its footing in the 1900s when we worked in tenement districts to provide housing and organize day nurseries and summer camps. Through the Great Depression, we started employment bureaus, soup kitchens, and “Penny Pantries.” Through the World Wars, we handled the home front by operating canteens, child care services, and community salvage operations. Learn more about our non-profit organization.