Heart & Hands

San Antonio Coalition for Veterans & Families – SACVF

4102 S. New Braunfels Avenue, Ste. 110-132

San Antonio


4102 S New Braunfels Ave, San Antonio, TX 78223, USA

Mission and Vision

To support the emergent needs of our Veteran community through leadership, mentoring, and to connect
Veterans, their family, caregivers, and survivors with community resources to improve their lives.


SACVF is a non-profit organization that aims to ensure the needs of our past, present and future Service members, Veterans, Families, Caregivers and Survivors does not go unnoticed. We are an organization of Veterans, family members and proud supporters who believe that by working together, we can bridge the gap left by our government and some community programs.

In a Nutshell…SACVF IS the change that our Veterans and their families so desperately need …. SACVF IS the ‘emergency response’ nonprofit acting as the bridge or safety net between assisting the Veteran in need/crisis and supporting that Veteran until they’re able to qualify for the Services provided by other nonprofits and government agencies.

Our Approach
• 1-on-1 Veteran Support Program – Provides emergency support and assistance to individual
Veterans and their families in Bexar County, Texas, and the surrounding area. We work hard to quickly
solve problems. From WWII to Afghanistan, SACVF is committed to helping find solutions for every
Veteran problem no matter how difficult.
• Veteran Service Provider (VSP) Network – Paramount to helping meet the needs of the San Antonio area Veteran population. SACVF has helped to unite over 295 individual VSPs committed and working together to serve the needs of our Veteran community. We conduct monthly mini seminars on the first Wednesday of every month to educate & inform community leaders, service providers and other organizations on real issues affecting our Veterans. In doing so, we empower participants to help build solutions to problems that our heroes face each day.
• Advocacy for Change efforts – Help drive government policy adjustments at various levels. SACVF has successfully lobbied to institute new legislation in Austin to address Veteran rights and benefits such as utility bill assistance for Veterans with severe burns.

Q: Want to attend a meeting to see what SACVF is all about?
A: Request to be added to our mailing list so you can begin receiving invites to our monthly (FREE)
meetings that take place monthly on the 1st Wednesday between 1:30pm – 2:30pm Central Time by
emailing your request to Info@sacvf.org

Q: How do I donate?
A: Go to SACVF.org and on the left-hand side you’ll find a Donate Now area. You can do a one-time
or a monthly donation as it does go a long way in supporting our Veteran’s

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