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We Honor and Support Our Fallen Heroes

Updated: May 29, 2020

Today is Memorial Day, please join the Hall Hunger Initiative by honoring the sacrifice and dedication of our fallen heroes and their families. Remember, "Freedom isn't free."


Thousand of veterans struggling to feed their families depend on SNAP ( the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program formerly known as food stamps). For low-income veterans, who may be unemployed, working in low-wage jobs, or have disabilities, SNAP provides essential support that enables them to purchase nutritious food for their families. There are more than 50,000 veterans receiving SNAP in Ohio. In every state, thousands of low-income veterans use SNAP to help put food on the table.


If you are a veteran or a part of a family of veterans, there's additional support available locally:


Operated by  the United Way of Greater Dayton Area, VETSLINK 211 one-stop, free, 24/7/365 referral service with live, trained, veteran specialists who provide information and service referrals​. For help dial 211 or call 937-225-3000.


Montgomery County Veterans Service Commissionis also serving veterans. They help with Financial Assistance Applications, arrange transportation, assist with Indigent Burials, service claims, and implementation of a COVID-19 Emergency Relief Program for those who have lost their income due to the pandemic. They will continue to provide our veterans with assistance. For more information or call them at 937-225-4801.

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