10 Amazing Years
Tomorrow, Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services will celebrate 10 years of impact. This is an exciting time for our team. It is the opportunity to double-down on our noble purpose: to make the lives of our veterans and their families better.
This is the chance to build upon the success across our 3 pillars, 13 programs, and 356 projects over the past 10 years and to recommit ourselves.
- We Listen – We know that the needs of our veterans are evolving, not disappearing
- We Collaborate – We believe that every organization and individual can effectively integrate veterans and their families into their existing community-based programs.
- We Adapt – We know that every veteran, military member, and their families are unique, and we respect and honor their differences by remaining flexible in our response.
- We Respond – We work with other to develop and deploy solutions before problems become and crisis.
- We Persevere – We know the importance of never giving up on our veterans and their families to ensure they reach their full potential.
- We are Transparent – We are disciplined in our fiscal responsibility, with regular disclosures about financial and operational performance and impact.
Addressing Veteran Homelessness
Last week, Colonel Duncan S. Milne, U.S. Marine Corps (Ret.), President, and Eileen Greenlay, Manager, Donor Relations of Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services
Memorial Day Reflections
This weekend we celebrated Memorial Day, a sacred day of recognition in the United States and Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services participated in events around
Reflect and Remember
Memorial Day Weekend is fast approaching, and we ask you to please keep in mind the reason for the holiday. Recently, Dixon Center for Military
50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War Commemoration
Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services joined thousands of visitors, veteran organizations, veterans and their families on the Washington, D. C. National Mall., 11 –