We Heart Veterans
We are a local non-profit, who in conjunction with VetAttend Professional Services, helps Veterans, as well as widows of Veterans:
- Obtain non-medical home care services to improve their quality of life
- Bring local and national attention to the problem our Veterans face every day
- Help Veterans receive local and State awards to show them our appreciation for their sacrifice. Read More
Mark Your Calendars!!!
Beer and Brat Off 2016
Saturday, October 29th
11:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Shelter #10; Audubon Park, New Orleans
Chef Travis Johnson & 40 Arpent Brewing Company will defend their title of “Overall Winner” against top chefs and breweries from both the North Shore and South Shore
Welcome To Our Family!
Sam White is the newest member to our team, and serves as Director of Development. She is originally from southeast Louisiana, and is a graduate from the University of New Orleans with a degree in Marketing. In 2014, she worked for the Republican Party of Louisiana, and subsequently on Bill Cassidy’s campaign, unseating a 20-year incumbent. She moved to Washington, D.C. in 2015, where she started her career in Development, and was named Director of Research and Stakeholder Relations at the Daily Caller News Foundation. She then worked for National Taxpayers Union Foundation on Capitol Hill, as their Developmental Research Associate. As much as she loved D.C., her heart remained in Louisiana with her family, friends, and boyfriend, who served in the Marines.”
National Management Assoc.
to Recognize We Heart Veterans
Each year The National Management Association (NMA) chooses one charity to recognize at their National Convention. Their main reason for doing so is to give back by, “leaving a positive footprint in the community” and helping those around them. We are proud to announce that this year NMA has chosen We Heart Veterans as their 2016 Annual Conference Charity! Become a part of NMA CLICK HERE
Adopt A Veteran
We Heart Veterans’ Adopt A Veteran campaign is a wonderful way for individuals, businesses and service organizations to offer their resources, so the lives of our ill and aging veterans can be enhanced. NOW is the time to take action and change the lives of the Veterans in our community!
Lockheed Martin Supports Veterans
The Lockheed Martin Team at Michoud Asssembly Facility presented a check for $12,000 to the WE HEART VETERANS Organization. Thank you Lockheed Martin for supporting our mission to Serve Those Who Served Our Country! NEVER FORGET!
Ramps 4 Independence
Did you know the highest rate of hospital admits and readmits comes from simple falls in the home? Operation Ramps For Independence is a program which provides the placement of safety rails and wheelchair ramps in the homes of our Veterans and Widows. Our last ramp was built for Rodney, a Navy WWII War Veteran. Read More…
Continuum of Care Program
Caregiver Services that are ADL based. Gratuitous Basis
Monthly Nursing Assessments – All services paid for by our nonprofit
* Head to Toe Assessment
* Vital Signs
* Blood Sugar Check (When Necessary)
* Medication Management
* Continuing Hospital Care Plan Once Discharged
* Nutrition Counseling
* Family Education
* Assessment for needed medical supplies
* Assessment for services provided by We Heart Veterans
* Monthly phone contact with client
* Medical Alert System for our clients
* Emergency way to enter the residence of the client
Transportation – All services paid for by the nonprofit to pay for a van and driver
* Transportation to doctors’ appointments
* Quality of Life
* Personal Events – Example would be crawfish boil
* Business Events
* Shirt Sells – We need to find places to sell our shirts
Board of Directors | Advisory Board
Thank You VetAttend
Did you know….VetAttend Professional Services, LLC donates home care for some of our Veterans in need!? VetAttend Professional Services now offers Aid and Attendance services for Veterans living outside the states of Louisiana and Mississippi. Contact Them today for more information. VetAttend Professional Services, angels on our side!
Several Ways To Support Our Veterans