Individual & Major Donors Respond with November Giving

November is a month to be Thankful.  At Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services, we find ourselves full of gratitude for your response to our November giving opportunities.  Each year, at we kick off our annual year end giving campaign with highlights from our Veterans Day celebrations and ways to join us in our noble purpose to make the lives of our veterans and their families better.  This year, these opportunities  included veteran and military family supporters options through our website, by direct mail, access through our QR code, on Giving Tuesday and Facebook.  Many of our annual contributors joined in supporting our mission, along with some new names and faces from the participants at the Free Enterprise Day in Baltimore on November 12. At Dixon Center for Military and Veteran Services, our donors believe as we do, that our veterans and military families can succeed where they live. They also understand that every organization and individual can effectively integrate veterans and their families into their existing community-based programs. Together, we create solutions to ensure both values are possible in every community. If you haven’t yet made your end of year contribution, don’t wait!  Join us today!It is easy do to!  Donate now at: through our secure website Dixon Center, on Facebook, or PayPal or:

To learn more about us visit and to explore any charitable giving options and tax-saving tips, contact Vanessa Stergios, Director of Development at or 330-705-4262.

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