Donate to The Veterans Resource Program.

The Veterans Resource Program (VRP) believes that healing can come through various channels and programs. We provide a number of different services to veterans to meet their needs.  Our veterans have reported feeling a sense of calm, inner peace, and increased self worth through our work.

Why Donate? 

The VRP is self-funded. We believe in offering most of our services for free or at a low-cost so that money is not a barrier to veterans seeking help. In order to provide the services below and many more, we need additional funding. Your generous donation will help us provide more services to more veterans. 


The VRP uses your donations for the following projects:

Veterans Arts Healing Program

VRP launched the Veterans Arts Healing Program to encourage the development of our veterans' gifts, talents and skills. Two of our veterans, Ann Reesman and Paasha Evins, are painting a mural on the side of our facility entitled, "Faces of Veterans through Artistic Expressions." The mural allows our veterans to continue their service through a rehablitative art form and to show the community that investment in positive veteran artistic expression can uplift an entire community. 

Computer Literacy for Veterans

The veterans that the VRP serves often have a lack of familiarity and comfort level with technology. In an effort to help these veterans become more self-sufficient, we've created a computer literacy course for veterans. The free workshops focus on computer set-up, the Internet, email, Microsoft Office programs, Google Docs and Google Sheets. Veterans will be able to electronically apply for jobs, communicate with the Veterans Affairs office, reconnect with friends, and search for housing.

Rhonda Harris, VRP Executive Director with veterans participatinng in the first Fun with Computers class at the VRP Home.

Rhonda Harris, VRP Executive Director with veterans participatinng in the first Fun with Computers class at the VRP Home.

Narcotics Anonymous

Many of VRP's veterans have suffered or are dealing with addiction. The VRP offers Narcotics Anonymous meetings to help them get the support and encouragement they need to beat their addictions. 


How do I donate?

Click the yellow "Donate" button in the upper right hand corner of the website. It will take you to a secure PayPal page where you can pay with a major credit card or your PayPal account. You can also send a check to The Veterans Resource Program in care of Rhonda Harris, Executive Director, at 322 Harbour Way, Suite 9, Richmond, CA 94801.


Is my donation tax deductible?

The Veterans Resource Program is a publicly supported organization as described in section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. To claim a donation as a deduction on your U.S. taxes, please keep your donation receipt as your official record. 


Is my donation secure?

Absolutely. The security and confidentiality of your information is our highest priority. Our website uses industry-standard SSL (secure socket layer) technology to protect your information and provide a safe and secure environment for online donations. We will not sell, trade or share your personal information with anyone else.

Any More Questions?

Please contact the Veterans Resource Program.


(510) 233-9313

Office Hours:

Monday - Friday
9AM - 5PM