The Fedcap Group First Half FY 2022 Financial and Operating Results

The Fedcap Group First Half FY 2022 Financial and Operating Results

On May 12, The Fedcap Group, the parent company of Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services along with a growing network of top tier nonprofit agencies, reported its operating and financial results for the first half fiscal 2022. First half fiscal year 2022 Financial and Operating results include:

  • Double-Digit Revenue Growth Reflects Robust Domestic and International Services Platform
  • Leveraged Fiscal 2021 Acquisitions to Further Expand Education and Workforce Development Capabilities
  • Expect Full Year 2022 to Be Another Year of Strong Growth

 If you would like to learn more about our parent organization’s relationship with Dixon Center and their commitment to transparency, check out our website at https://dixoncenter.org/the-fedcap-group/

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Congratulations to our partner, Burn Pits 360!

Congratulations to our partner, Burn Pits 360!

Among organizations that support veterans, your impact is not measured by the number of employees you have, or programs you offer, or the size or status of your board of directors. It’s measured by your passion and commitment to improving the lives of veterans and their families.

There is not a better example of this than Burn Pits 360, a veteran organization that is laser-focused on improving the lives of veterans who have been exposed to the toxic smoke produced by unregulated burn pits in Iraq and  Afghanistan. I’ve  known Rosie Torres and Captain (Ret.) Le Roy Torres, the founders of BP 360, for the last three years and their relationship with Dixon Center goes further back than that.

You will not find two people who are more dedicated to ensuring that veterans, who are suffering from rare cancers and respiratory diseases from their burn pit exposure, receive the care and treatment that they deserve.

They have marshalled resources and created coalitions that are confronting the bureaucracy of the VA and providing hope to those that have been impacted by burn pits. When others have advocated for a slower, more cautious, deliberative approach, BP 360 has accelerated their efforts because they know that time is not on the side of those that have been exposed to burn pits. 

Their accomplishments . . . the VA has recognized the connection of three respiratory conditions and nine cancers to a veteran’s military service, making them eligible for disability compensation and treatment. Both the Senate and the House have developed and passed legislation that will further increase the services and treatment that veterans receive due to exposure to burn pits.

And Rosie and Le Roy are not stopping . . .they understand that the burden of wartime service should not be borne on the shoulders of our veterans and their families, and they continue to push Congress and the VA to honor our sacred commitment to our veterans.   

Dixon Center, through our influence, ideas, an d actions, is assisting Burn Pits 360, reach their goal of ensuring that veterans Heal with Honor and  making the lives of veterans and their families better.

Benefits Of Charitable Giving

Benefits Of Charitable Giving

Thankfully, the 2021 tax season is behind us. This year, like in previous years, Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services had many of our donors take full advantage of the multiple ways their charitable giving not only benefits our veterans and military families, but also reduced their own capital gains taxes.

Dixon Center is a member of The Fedcap Group and operates as a subsidiary of Fedcap Rehabilitation Services, a 501c3 organization, and an IRS-qualified public charity (EIN 13-5645879). For the fiscal year 2021, 88% percent of total Fedcap expenditures went directly toward programming.

At Dixon Center we take pride in being good stewards of our funds. We continue to strive to make giving as easy as possible, adjusting to and fielding the latest methods for donors to contribute in a way that makes sense for them. 

We want to provide you with all the variety of opportunities that can unlock some of the biggest tax savings. 

We accept simple cash and online donations, as well as more complex donations from appreciated assets like stock, real estate, cryptocurrency, wills, trusts, and life insurance policies. 

If you would like to join our 1905 donors with your generous, tax-deductible donation have questions about how to make the most of your charitable giving, please reach out to our Director of Development, Vanessa Stergios at vstergios@dixoncenter.org

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Fedcap Release of Financial & Programmatic Results

Fedcap Release of Financial & Programmatic Results

At Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services we take transparency very seriously.  Transparency is fundemental to the effective and efficient use of donor resources and assures that we maximize impact across our three pillars, Work With PurposeHeal With Honor, and Live With Hope. Leadership with openess and honesty is one of the key attributes we look for when working with organizations; that’s the Fedcap Group.

As a member of The Fedcap Group, we’re proud of their leadership in the Not-For-Profit space. The Fedcap Group is the only organization in this space that demonstrates this transperancy with the bi-annual release of their financial and programmatic results.  Join us on 12 May at 11:00 ET as we hear Christine McMahon, President and CEO of The Fedcap Group provide the latest results and give us a glimpse into the future.

Click here or on the image below to register.  See you there. 

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A veteran-serving non-profit, Soldier On is dedicated to ”Changing the End of The Story” for homeless veterans throughout the country by providing and coordinating an extensive continuum of housing and support services for veterans who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.

Listen to Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services Service Before Self Podcast Episode 16 and Episode 17 where the CEO of Soldier On, Bruce Buckley joins us to share lessons learned and innovative solutions to combatting veteran homelessness and connecting veterans and their families to their communities.

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To learn more about Dixon Center’s influence, ideas, and actions in ensuring veterans and their families can succeed where they live and that every organization, across all sectors of society, effectively integrate veterans and their families into their organization and existing programs, check out dixoncenter.org

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