Homeless Vets Outreach 
Many veterans, especially those who served in combat zones, leave the military with significant physical and emotional wounds that make transitioning to civilian life difficult. Unfortunately, one of the largest group of America’s homeless population is veterans. They are too many of our nation’s heroes living on our streets that have special needs and require a helping hand.

The VFW supports homeless veterans in many ways including donations to homeless shelters, support of regional "stand downs,” donating clothing and personal hygiene items, fighting for more government resources to reduce the homeless population and put veterans back to work. Posts and individuals can send donations to the Department’s Homeless Veterans fund in any amount which will be shared with veterans’ shelters.

VFW Homeless Veterans Chairman
David "Spike" Gyger
111 Cameron Ave.
Hummelstown, PA.  17036-1808
Cell: 717-991-1473
 To help transitioning military personnel and veterans find employment, the VFW partners with America’s premier job board for veterans—VetJobs.

VetJobs makes it easy for transitioning military, National Guard, Reserve Component Members and veterans that have separated over the last several decades to become members of the civilian work force in all disciplines. VetJobs is a leading source for candidates with security clearances. The site features resources for veterans and employers searching for dependable, qualified workers.
The Pennsylvania Employment Office has veterans resources as well.
Pennsylvania VFW Employment Opportunities Co-Chairman
David W. "Spike" Gyger