Veterans For America First

We are a non-partisan Civil Liberties and Social Welfare grassroots organization. We were established by U.S. Military combat veterans and we work in conjunction with veteran service organizations, nonprofits, corporate sponsors and government agencies to provide support and advocacy for veterans and first responders on national and local levels. Our primary directives are:

  1. Spearheading initiatives in veteran and first responder communities on a macro scale based on our ‘4 Pillars’: Housing,  Jobs,  Wellness and Faith
  2. Honoring and supporting veterans and first responders, as well as their fraternal organizations, as well as those who provide essential services.
  3. Promoting the welfare of veterans and first responders by taking the best local ideas and scaling them up nationally.
  4. Helping veteran and first responder non-profit organizations raise funds.
  5. Advocating for limited government, as was intended by The Framers of The Constitution. Encouraging an honest and open dialogue on topics ranging from: economy, immigration, infrastructure, law, social programs, voting, foreign and national security policies.




We are working on a no-out-of-pocket expenses program for veterans that will allow veterans and first responders purchase New Construction Homes that are fire proof, flood proof, hurricane proof & pest proof.

Also - in the near future we would like to implement RV donations for Homeless Veterans program and a 4-month rehabilitation plan.


We believe veterans not only need jobs - they need meaningful jobs. Even post separation from service - our people want to continue to serve. We connect Veterans with Best Opportunities.

We also have identified several work from home opportunities that we are engaging in order to help our Heroes generate additional income.


The things the community needs is access, education and treatment with all cannabinoids, hormone therapy to include HGH for those with TBI, psychedels, nutrition, and addiction treatment.

AS a part of this thought process we are working on getting umbilical cord pro life stem cells into the VA system.


We have identified lack of community as the major problem that contributes to veteran suicides. We are pioneering a program which will help connect our out-processing military personnel with local faith based institutions in their hometowns. In turn this will allow us to connect the new veterans with our established veteran communities.