Our Mission  The Mission of the Pennsylvania Veterans Foundation (PVF) is to provide assistance and support to Pennsylvania veterans and their families.

Take a few moments to read “The 0.45%," an essay by Nick Palmisciano.  Watch "Remember Me." By Lizzie Palmer.  You Tube video by 15-year old Lizzie Palmer that captures in music and pictures what we’re all about.  Read some thoughts on the 3rd Anniversary of the PVF by Chairman Mike Gould.  

Third Anniversary of PVF

Nearly 100 friends of the PVF joined in the celebration of the Third Anniversary of the establishment of the Pennsylvania Veterans Foundation by attending a gala art auction on Friday, November 7, 2014.  This year’s event was held at the New Cumberland Army Depot’s Susquehanna Club.  The Gala featured announcement of the first organizational grants awarded under the PVF’s new grants initiative.  More . .  

Click here to view a photo album from the Gala.

New and Noteworthy

Fallfest 2014


Craig Morgan headlined the 23rd Annual Fallfest, presented by I105 and Turkey Hill, on Sunday, October 5, at the Overlook Community Campus in Lancaster.             

T-shirs, which sell in a variety of sizes for just $10 each, feature tHE logo of the Pennsylvania Veterans Foundation on the back.  You can STILL get an attractive commemorative t-shirt and help veterans at the same time by purchasing a T-shirt.  Contact Chairman Mike Gould for additional informationl

 PVF Recognized by CFC and SECA If you are a federal employee, postal worker or member of the U.S. military, please remember to give to the PVF through your Combined Federal Campaign.  Our CFC Number is 37044.  If you are a Commonwealth of Pennsylvania employee, you will be able to give a donation to the PVF through the State Employees Combined Appeal (SECA).  Our SECA identification number is 8000-0248.

 Military Order of the Purple Heart Continues Five Star Support

Once again, the Military Order of the Purple Heart (MOPH) has stepped up to demonstrate its support, confidence, and partnership with the Pennsylvania Veterans Foundation (PVF).  with a donation of $60,000 to the PVF in July 2014. To date, the MOPH has donated over $195,000 to the mission of the PVF.  More. .  .

PVF Public Service Announcements.  Clear Channel Communications announced that they had created two public service announcements for the PVF.  Click here to hear:

PA Veterans Foundation, PO Box 98, Annville, PA 17003