Our Supporters

A Special Thank You to the Organizations who have helped to make this program possible:

We’d like to thank our community; without all of you, this program would not be what it is today. Thank you for supporting the heroes who, at one point, put on a uniform to defend our freedoms and liberties so graciously, during one of their darkest hours.  

     Disabled American Veterans, Charitable Service Trust

Provided $20,000 Grant. You can find out more about what the DAV does to help Veterans at www.cst.dav.org.

The Beloit Foundation

Provided a $75,000 grant in 2011 to assist with the opening of the transitional shelter. In 2015 they provided a grant of $150,000.00 to assist with the renovation of an existing wing for the long-term, single occupancy housing units for the veterans. You can find out more about what The Beloit Foundation does, and their contributions to the community on their website!

The Hendricks  Family Foundation

Provided a $75,000 grant in 2011 to assist with the opening of the transitional shelter. In 2015 they provided a grant of $150,000.00 to assist with the renovation of an existing wing for the long-term, single occupancy housing units for the veterans. You can find out more about what The Hendricks Family Foundation does, and their contributions to the community on their website!

Frito Lay, Beloit Wisconsin

Frito Lay sponsored a room for $10,000. They sent volunteers and covered the cost of building out our donation room. They washed 200 loads of donated clothing. They donated a semi trailer to the facility. They pick up, and haul, donated furniture for Full Circle Furnishings. They created an outdoor patio space, with grills, benches, and landscaping for the veterans. They have hosted, and sponsored, several activities for the veterans in the program. Please visit their website for more details on their community involvement!

Blain’s Farm and Fleet

Provided a $5000.00 donation to the program. Please visit their website for more information about their community involvement!

KapStone Paper and Packaging

Provided a donation of $25,000.00 from their family foundation to help fund RVCP’s new Long-Term, Single Occupancy Housing project for homeless veterans who successfully complete our 24 month, Housing4OurVets, transitional program! Please visit their website for information about their community involvement and the services/products their company offers!

Data Dimensions

Data Dimensions has provided invaluable support since inception of the veterans’ program in 2011. They have done a $5000.00 match in donations for our Annual Otter Trek Fundraiser (3rd Annual Frozen Otter Trek for Homeless Veterans). They have provided winter gear and hygienic needs of the program. Please visit their website to learn more about all of the good things they do for the community!

Forest County Potawatomi Foundation

In 2015 FCPF provided a grant of $12,230.00 so that RVCP could expand our computer lab services available to our residents. This allowed all employment searching, benefits searching, educational purposes, and personal use of computers to be moved in-house, making it more convenient. In 2016 FCPF awarded $15,000.00 to assist RVCP in covering the fees associated with a deviation to our facility for residents access to the Beloit-Janesville Express for reliable public transportation. in 2017 FCPF provided $10,194.00 to purchase six AED defibrillators to place in common areas to accommodate an aging population of veterans served by RVCP.  Please visit their website to see more about the great things they do for their community!

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