2024 Priorities and Focus

“We are poised for a breakout year.”– Duncan S. Milne, Colonel, USMC (Ret.), President,Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services

During several Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services gatherings in November & December 2023, our leadership laid out our priorities, goals and key tasks to achieve our noble purpose to make the lives of veterans and their families better in 2024, and beyond.These priorities include Support for our partners who with our ongoing assistance and capacity building integrate veterans and their families into their existing programs. Growth in our team, the numbers of partners we work with, as well as the number of veterans and military families impacted by our work with other organizations. Profitability, which includes a 12% increase in resources each year.Our leadership motivated our team – staff, contractors, consultants, volunteers, ambassadors, and outside supporters – by directing them on four key tasks to achieve our priorities.

  • Programs and Services – Serve as a resource hub focusing on three pillars, thirteen Programs, and a 2024 goal of eighty projects.
  • Awareness and Engagements – Providing leadership for local and national engagements and outreach, building public awareness; encouraging community involvement; and promoting community-based services.
  • Resource Development – Function as team of leaders stressing donor relations and the donor experience vis-a-vis engagement, recognition, acknowledgement, and stewardship.
  • Marketing and Communications – Everyone is involved in creating, promoting, and facilitating compelling, Dixon Center communications that enhance our work, our reputation, and drive key initiatives making the lives of veterans and their families better.

2024 is underway. We are in a position of financial and programmatic strength, and we are concentrating on our priorities and key tasks focusing on our mission.

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