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Uplift & Empower


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Uplift & Empower


 

2 million of the 21.9 million Veterans are women, which is about 9 percent of all Veterans.

  • Women Veterans are younger than men Veterans.  The median age for women Veterans is 49, and the median age for men Veterans is 64.
  • A higher percent of women Veterans are racially and ethnically diverse than men Veterans.
  • A lower percent of women Veterans are uninsured, have no income, and are in poverty than women non-Veterans.
  • Women Veterans, age 35 and older, have a lower median household income than men Veterans
  • high percent of women Veterans have a service connected disability, have no income, and are in poverty more than Veterans.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey, 2014.  Prepared by the National Center for Veterans Analysis and Statistics


Many of the experiences of women Veterans from the post-9/11 military differ from those of men – they are less likely to have served in combat (30% vs. 57% of men), more likely to have never been deployed away from their permanent duty station (30% vs. 12% of men) and less likely to have served with someone who was killed while performing their duties in the military (35% vs. 50% of men).

At the same time, however, they are equally likely to have had emotionally traumatic or distressing experiences while serving (47% vs. 42% of men), and their transition back into civilian life has been equally tough. 

 

MAKE A DIFFERENCE FOR WOMEN VETERANS TODAY!

Through the generosity of people like you, our work has made the difference in the lives of hundreds of women veteran.  Your gift to Indigo Consortium allows us to improve the lives of women veterans by addressing the health and well-being needs of women Veterans as they transition from military service to civilian life.  Take action by making a tax-deductible donation to a woman veteran.

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Become a Supporter

Hosting or sponsoring a fund-raising event for Indigo Consortium is a great way to give back to your community as well as to receive free marketing for your business.  For more information, contact us at contact@indigoconsortium.org

Volunteer

The personal benefits of volunteering are well-documented. Do you have a few hours to not only give, but to give back? You will find that your time and talents will be rewarded! If you would like to help us on an ad hoc basis (teach a class, tutor, deliver goods, etc.), send an e-mail telling us more.

Thank you for providing your time, talent, and financial assistance, to help women and women Veterans.

  • Kimberly D. Burrucker
  • Cynthia Bryant
  • Veronica Burnett
  • Sonia Cumber
  • Rosalyn Tucker
  • Truth Teaching Ministries
  • Theresa Watson
  • Rochelle Arrington
  • Ladies of Grace, St. John AME Church, Raleigh, NC
  • The Julia Holt Women's Missionary Society, St. Matthew AME Church, Raleigh, NC
  • Dr. Barbareta McGill and the NCCU Nursing Department
  • William and Gerry Homovec