United Veterans Coalition of Colorado Foundation (UVCF)

 

 

Vision: To build a statewide collaborative network of organizations and individuals dedicated to opening doors and eliminating roadblocks to meaningful, healthy, inclusive lives for Colorado's veterans, members of the armed services, and the commissioned corps of the U. S. Public Health Service (USPHS)  and the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in the State of Colorado.

 

Mission: To educate the public, businesses and state and local governments on the many contributions and needs of Colorado’s  armed service members, USPHS & NOAA members, veterans, their families and survivors through research, resource networks and program opportunities. There are over 460,000 veterans in the State of Colorado.

 

The UVCF supports projects that assist veterans and armed service members by research, education and networking.  Two examples of this effort are: 1) co-sponsoring the Veterans’ Treatment Court Conference, held in the fall in Colorado Springs; and 2)  supporting the Veterans’ Services and Support map, which lists resources for veterans’ assistance in housing, employment, and medical or mental health issues. It also identifies service organizations made up of veterans.

 

UVCF Officers and Board Members

President, Bill Hanna                            Mark Lilevjen, Board Member

Treasurer, Bev Skinner                          Dennis Orr, Board Member

Secretary, Karen Hone                          Ralph Charlip, Board Member

 

For more information, email Bill Hanna at [email protected] or call Karen Hone at 303-332-3007

The United Veterans Coalition Foundation is a 501(c)3 charitable foundation.

Mailing address: UVCF,  P. O. Box 603, 700 N. Colorado Blvd., Denver CO 80206

 

 

 

 

 

Attachments:
bylaws amendment rev 4 2 2016.pdf [ ] 77 kB