Advisors and Friends
Vets-Help has an extensive list of program partners, military and civilian supporters, institutional allies and individuals who support our aims. You can see some of them in the Friends of Vets-Help.org:
- White House Office of Public Engagement
- White House Faith-Based and Neighborhood Program
- Deputy Director and Assistant Secretary, US Department of Labor
- Deputy Director, Veterans Administration
- VET Force
- Military Officers' Association of America
- National Disabled Veterans Business Council
- Charlotte Bridge Home
- The Omnicon Group
- Duke University Medical Research Center
- Homes For Heroes
- Institute for Molecular Medicine
- Pat Dolan, Cablevision
- CA (Computer Associates)
- State University of New York at Albany
- New York State Council of Veteran Organizations.
Which includes the following members:
- The Veterans Corporation
- Women Veterans of America
- Building Homes For Heroes
- American Gold Star Mothers
- American Military Retirees Assoc
- American Ex-Prisoners of Wars
- Atomic Veterans Assoc.
- Black Veterans For Social Justice
- Blinded Veterans Assoc.
- Catholic War Veterans
- Civil Service Employee Assoc.
- Combat Infantryman’s Assoc. Inc.
- Council 82 APSCHNE, AFL-CIO, Veterans Comm.
- Disabled American Veterans
- Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary
- Eastern Paralyzed Veterans Assoc.
- Italian War Veterans
- Jewish War Veterans
- Korean War Veterans
- Marine Corps League
- Military Order of the Purple Heart
- National Disabled Veteran Business Council
- N.Y.S. County Veterans Service Officers Assoc.
- Noncommissioned Officers Assoc.
- Public Employees Federation Veterans Assoc.
- 369th Veterans Assoc.
- Sampson Navy WWII Veterans
- Tri-County Council Vietnam Veterans
- Uncle Sam’s House, Inc.
- United Service & Veterans Action Council
- United Auto Workers Region 9, Veterans Comm.
- United Federation of Teachers, Veterans Comm.
- Veterans for Peace
- Veterans in Government
- Veterans of Foreign Wars
- Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary
- Veterans of Overseas Service of America
- Vietnam Veterans of America
*Father Tom Hartman is known for his popular television show, "God Squad," co-hosted by Rabbi Marc Gellman. He has been recognized for his professional and pastoral work by winning four Emmy Awards, a Telly Award, and numerous "Man of the Year" citations, and honorary doctorates.
*David O. Carpenter, M.D. serves asDirector of the Institute for Health and Environment at the University of Albany's School of Public Health. He received his degree from Harvard Medical School, has 220 publications to his credit. He is host of a 30 minute public health information show called "The Public Radio Health Show", which is carried on more than 170 stations nationwide including the Armed Forces Radio Network and Voice of America.
Charles and Pam Eggleston are leading advocates for our wounded warriors and families. They live in Maryland where Charles spent three years in and out of Walter Reed Hospital after being hit by an IED in Iraq.
Kimberley Barreda is an amazing lady who is also a leading member and advocate in the Abilities Community. She publishes the lifestyle magazine "Chloe"for the Community, does media work, skis, has raced a NASCAR car, and has more fun in her whole life every day than most people have on their vacations. Kim will be coordinating our Abilities adaptive sports and adventure programs.