The National Conference of Viet Nam Veteran Ministers is deeply grateful for the support of organizations which have provided us with grants, whether for general operating funds or for specific projects. We could not do very much at all to fulfil our mission of spiritual healing without you.
In this section of our site, we provide several pages which we believe may be of special interest to potential donors who are considering an award to NCVNVM. These pages include:
The NCVNVM Mission, Goals and Objectives have guided the organization from its founding in 1989.
Our list of Planned Projects is kept fresh and is a good summary of specific projects currently needing funding.
Our Officers are elected each year in the fall at our Annual Meeting.
We achieved Non-Profit status soon after incorporation, and provide our 501c3 Letter as an assist to funding agencies.
We express our gratitude by naming all donors of $1000 or more in each year.
NCVNVM Site Directory:
Healing Ourselves: |
Who We Are |
Annual Convocation |
Healing Veterans: |
Spiritual Healing |
Contact a Veteran Minister |
Memorial Service |
PTSD Links |
Healing Healers: |
Chaplaincy Workshops |
Pastoral Care for Trauma Survivors: |
Church and Mental Illness Links |
Spiritual Approach to PTSD
Healing Nation and World: |
Peace and Justice Statements |
World Veteran Ministry |
Dubrovnik Conference |
Grantor Information: |
Planned Projects |
A Time to Search |
Title Page |
Opening Page for Clergy Veterans|
Operning Page for Veterans|
Introductory Page for Grantors|
Coming Events |
Sign Guestbook |
View Guestbook |
©1999,2000 National Conference of Viet Nam Veteran Ministers, Rev. Phil Salois, MS, President; Rev. Jackson Day, Executive Director. All Rights Reserved. The National Conference of Viet Nam Veteran Ministers is a registered trademark. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. NCVNVM is funded by membership dues, donations, and major grants from organizations believing in our work. Major grants include designated grants for specific projects, and general support, notably from the Missionaries of Our Lady of La Salette, Catalyst, Inc./Harvey Harrison , and the Anheuser - Busch Corporation. This page last updated May 25, 2000