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Learn how you can contribute to our efforts – whether it's becoming a member, making a charitable donation, or attending a meeting. SDVC is built on the contributions of our members and supporters.
Founded in 2009 and incorporated May 24, 2011, SDVC is the premier veteran convener in San Diego County. We bring together over 150 unique organizations, businesses, and government agencies. We support these partners in their services, events and activities. SDVC also provides leadership via Action Groups in four specific areas:
- Physical and Emotional Health Action Group (PEH)
- Family Life Action Group (FLAG)
- Veterans: Empowered, Successful, and Thriving Action Group (VEST)
- Education, Employment, Entrepreneurship Action Group (E3)
The San Diego Veteran and Family Wellness Strategy
The San Diego Veteran and Family Wellness Strategy is a collaborative project of the San Diego Veterans Coalition (SDVC) and the San Diego Military Family Collaborative (SDMFC). Click here to learn more about the Community Conversations and read the report.
IN THE NEWS
SDVC is proud to announce the launch of its new website. Welcome to our new home on the web, which wouldn’t be possible without the generous support of our donors and member organizations. …
San Diego County is home to the largest population of active duty military and third largest veteran community in the country. In its latest report, SDVC and its partners examine key elements of the services and support network around these communities. …
Want to learn more about SDVC’s activities in our community? Get involved by checking out our events calendar. Are you a representative of an organization or company that works with veterans? …
Our hardworking member organizations contribute to San Diego’s veterans based on their own talents and resources. We are proud to support and help them organize the great work they do!
The Military Order of the World Wars (MOWW) has been an active member of SDVC since 2015. The SDVC has enhanced our ability to better serve other veteran organizations and veterans themselves through new partnerships and collaboration. Our membership also fulfills us with opportunities to give back our time and resources and offer financial contributions for initiatives like Honor Flight San Diego, the Randy Jones Foundation, Stand Down and the Travis Manion Foundation.
The opportunity to collaborate with veteran service providers has been a force multiplier for The Elizabeth Hospice. More than 150 organizations/nonprofits meet monthly to share information and network. You meet the right people to hear the right information at the right time to make informed decisions. The Elizabeth Hospice has been a member for four years. I quickly realized that SDVC had a measurable impact on the lives of veterans and their families so I joined the board of directors in 2018. As a veteran spouse, I am also an active member of the Family Life Action Group (FLAG). It’s not just those in uniform that served, but it’s the entire family. Collaboration works.