DEADEYE SERVES


Our program, Deadeye Serves, focuses on helping homeless veterans find a roof over their head and get them back onto their feet. We are passionate about this cause, because without the men and women who so selflessly gave their life to protect our country we would not be able to do what we do today.

39,471
veterans are homeless every night.
1.4 MILLION
Veterans are considered at risk of homelessness
The #
Of younger homeless veterans is increasing

 

Why are veterans homeless?

+ Shortage of affordable housing in the United States.
+ Lack of livable income because of the lack of training in
the military that transfers over to the civilian workforce.
+ Access to health care
+ PTSD & Addiction which are compounded because of
the lack of family support and social support networks

What Services do they need?

+ Secure & affordable housing
+ Nutritional Meals
+ Education and training that will lead them to livable incomes
+ Substance abuse care and after care
+ Mental health counseling

Our goal is to continue to volunteer and provide financial help to non-profits who help homeless veterans across our country. For 2018 we will provide 100 hours of volunteering and donate money to fund the building of a tiny homes and needed services for homeless veterans.

2018 GOALS


100 HOURS
TINY HOUSES
WHERE IS OUR MONEY GOING?
We will be donating to non-profit’s who are building tiny homes for homeless veterans and are also providing them with
financial and educational resources to keep them off the streets. Why tiny homes? Because tiny-homes are an affordable housing
option that provides the Veteran with privacy, a sense of security, and the ability to reintegrate at a comfortable pace. We also look
to donate to non-profit’s that are helping veterans find job placement, provide mental health counseling, and administer access to
healthcare. This allows the transition from street to a home to be smoother and hopefully permanent.
GET INVOLVED
INDIVIDUAL
+ Shortage of affordable housing in the United States.
+ Lack of livable income because of the lack of training in
the military that transfers over to the civilian workforce.
+ Access to health care
+ PTSD & Addiction which are compounded because of
the lack of family support and social support networks
COMPANY
Deadeye loves to work with companies that look to solve the problem of veteran homelessness. Through company wide volunteering, events, or charitable giving we can engage with a community in a positive way. If you would like to get involved, send us a message and tell us who you are. Together, we can make a difference.