* See Donate page for Special Gift for Meritorious Sponsors and above!

THANK YOU!


Our site continues to receive a high amount of traffic as we now have had thousands of visitors.Your interest in helping Veterans is much appreciated.


Please visit our Donate page to make a difference as we work to develop a soft-landing for our warriors.


Thank you for your support!

The James and Walter Cribben

Center for Veterans Affairs

Grow your sponsorship level!


Example: Bronze Star Sponsor's become a Silver Star Sponsor when they have brought in 1 more Bronze Star Sponsor or 5 Meritorious Service Sponsors.

The Center seeks a variety of sources to obtain financing and cost efficient methods of achieving our mission. As a registered Non-Profit 501(c)3 corporation, all donations are tax-deductible and we are eligible for Federal Grant funding consideration. 


​The fundraising period began from October, 2016 with a target of 100% funding by March, 2022. The intent is to have our Grand Opening on March 26th, 2023, the 70th Anniversary of the Korean War Battle for Outpost Vegas.


Corporate and private donors are solicited as follows:

$25,000      Medal of Honor Sponsor
$10,000      Purple Heart Sponsor
$5,000        Gold Star Sponsor
$1,000        Silver Star Sponsor
$500           Bronze Star Sponsor
$100           Meritorious Service Sponsor*

$25             Sponsor



Fundraising for the Center is managed by volunteer efforts only. We do not have a paid staff or use professional fundraisers. This insures the maximum return on investment for our contributors and maximum benefit to our Veterans.


Facilities ~ The goal of Jimmy's House fund-raising efforts is to have a mortgage free property that would be used entirely for the purpose of providing low cost housing to Veterans through the VA-VASH program. The example shown in Our Vision would require approximately $500,000 to obtain, permit and open. 


Continuous Fundraising Events ~ Golf Tournaments, Fishing Charters, Veteran's Groups, E-mail, Phone and Letter solicitations. Please see our Events page for additional information.



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In the event The Center does not meet its fundraising goals, The Center will follow Federal Guidelines for the disposition of its funds. These include:
Section 501(c)(3) requires that upon dissolution of your organization, your remaining assets must be used exclusively for exempt purposes, such as charitable, religious, educational, and/or scientific purposes.

We would make every effort to insure your generosity would remain focused on Veterans issues.




​Update:

Winter, 2021


​This year, we were honored to be the Keynote speaker for Remebrance Day aboard the U.S.S. Midway, now a floating museum in San Diego Ca. Events such as this help us to raise awareness, not just for our mission, but for all of the Veterans that live with the memories of war.


Our goal of providing a permanent home for Veterans that have found themselves without shelter and living with the effects of Post-Traumatic Stress continues. Our goal for 2022 will be to continue on our mission, raising funds to find that forever home. Your support is truly appreciated.


​From the Office:


We are a public benefit 501(c)3 non-profit corporation. Your public, private and corporate donations are tax deductible under IRC Section 170.


If you are thinking of making a donation, please check with your employer regarding matched donation programs!










A Non-Profit 501(c)3 Corporation