We are here when you need us! There’s not much we won’t tackle! Homelessness, transitional issues, food shortages, housing needs, and supporting our community in times of need. We expect nothing in return.

How We Support Our Community

while expecting nothing in return.


When someone is going without, we are here to fill the pantry. No one should ever go hungry! Our sponsors help us help you!


We work together with so many amazing organizations to help secure housing for those in need. Homelessness can be helped!


Obtaining housing is only part of the process. We go to the next level by reaching out to our community to provide furnishings as well!


Our passion is rooted in our belief that EVERYONE has hard times in life. Veterans should never be homeless or hungry.

In The News


We have operated as a volunteer team since our inception. We couldn’t do what we do without the support of our Veteran community. No one left behind!

American Legion

Post No. 23

Family & Community Engagement. The American Legion meets the unique needs of local communities.

American Legion

Veterans strengthening America

A VETERAN IS A VETERAN. The American Legion embraces all current and former members of the military and endeavors to help them transition into their communities.

Veterans of Foreign Wars

Advocating on behalf of all veterans

Since 1899, we’ve fought to preserve the values that make America great because we know how important community service is to America.


American Veterans

To enhance and safeguard the entitlements for all American Veterans who have served honorably and to improve the quality of life for them, their families, and the communities where they live.


Men's Addiction Recovery Campus

MARC is an inpatient substance abuse recovery program for adult men seeking recovery from substance abuse and addiction. The facility is located in Bowling Green, Kentucky and is a non-profit organization and an affiliate of the Recovery Kentucky Initiative.


We were there to help our community in every way possible.

December 11, 2021

Tornadoes destroyed our community. We are all heartbroken at the losses, and while we can’t change what has happened, our volunteers were able to help one another in the days, weeks, months and years that have followed.

Debris Removal

One of the biggest issues was getting the debris cleared. There were teams of volunteers helping our neighbors. We had many who supported the efforts to provide food/water to those who spent countless hours lifting and clearing.

Transitional Needs

Everything from the basics (soap, water, towels) to the larger items like a bed to sleep in and bedding for that bed were needed by so many. As always, if you have gently used items to donate, basics like toothbrushes, soap, and other toiletries, please reach out to us and we will arrange to get those items where they are needed.


Never be ashamed to ask for help or allow others to be there for you. We will make sure you get fed, one way or another! From businesses that join together to provide, to our own shopping expeditions, we will get you what you need!

Warren Co. Residents
City of BG Residents
Veterans in our community


Our doors are always open to anyone willing to work hard, deep their commitment to assist and understand the importance of giving back to others.