USAA has provided incredible support to NVOP and its programs. One example is NVOP’s USAA program which assists homeless veterans with rental assistance and supportive services. The program, funded through the USAA Foundation, serves homeless veterans who are "literally homeless" to achieve permanent housing through scattered site housing locations (apartments). The program also provides support for intervention/prevention services for veterans who are at risk of falling into homelessness. This initiative is part of the city of San Antonio’s effort to sustain the effective end of veteran homelessness that was achieved in May 2016.

USAA volunteers have also given hundreds of hours of service at NVOP’s Residential Center for Veterans (RCV) where they serve meals, build hygiene kits, paint living areas, and perform countless other activities that help to improve the lives of 140 veterans who live at the facility.


  • Wells Fargo

Through its Community and Urban Stabilization Program (CUSP), Wells Fargo donates bank-owned properties to nonprofits, faith-based organizations and government entities to help revitalize neighborhoods and to further those organizations’ missions. Wells Fargo has donated more than 5,300 homes since 2013 through CUSP, which included a home donated in May 2016 to a formerly homeless Vietnam veteran served through NVOP’s Veterans Homeownership Program. Additionally, through its VeteranWINS program, Wells Fargo awarded a $40,000 grant to help NVOP obtain a new van that is wheelchair-accessible and that will contribute to the housing stability of 140 formerly homeless veterans who live at the NVOP Residential Center.

Wells Fargo volunteers also assemble thousands of recycled plastic bags into sleeping mats each year which are used in care packages that NVOP street outreach specialists provide to those in need.


  • The Home Depot Foundation

Giving back has been a core value for the Home Depot Foundation and a passion for its associates. Today, The Home Depot, in partnership with The Home Depot Foundation, focuses its philanthropic efforts on improving the homes and lives of U.S. military veterans and their families and aiding communities affected by natural disasters. Through Team Depot, the company’s associate-led volunteer force, hundreds of associates have dedicated their time and talents to beautify the homes of formerly homeless veterans served through NVOP’s programs.  


  • The Walmart Foundation

The Walmart Foundation has been a champion for supporting transitioning military members and their families through $2.6 million in grants to nonprofit organizations that support veteran reintegration. $1 million of this funding was awarded to NVOP to stabilize post-9/11 veterans through employment placement assistance, such as resume preparation and mock interview training. The Walmart Foundation’s support has been critical for the men and women in uniform who are transitioning to the civilian workforce.


  • Alorica

The Alorica team has been dedicated to providing assistance and support to the veterans served at NVOP. From donating clothing and hygiene kits to volunteering regularly at NVOP’s hiring fairs and annual Stand Down for Veterans, Alorica has continued to give back to the men, women, and their families who served our nation.


  • Alamo AFCEA

The Alamo AFCEA's Wounded Warrior and Military Family (W2MF) Endowment Fund donated $5,000 towards NVOP’s 2017 fundraising campaign to provide a new wheelchair accessible van for the veterans who live at the NVOP Residential Center for Veterans (RCV). The RCV, a housing facility located in downtown San Antonio which is capable of serving up to 140 veterans at one time, provides transportation services to veterans who need assistance traveling to medical appointments, job interviews, and other daily activities.

The Wounded Warrior and Military Families (W2MF) Endowment Fund was established to provide financial assistance for wounded warriors, veterans and military families through community-based programs and outreach assistance.


NVOP is leading the way for our warriors coming home. Join our efforts by donating today.