Cornerstone Caregiving Donates More than $100,000 to the VFW

The donations will help provide vital support to service members, veterans and their families

KANSAS CITY, Mo., – The Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) is pleased to announce representatives from Cornerstone Caregiving presented a $50,000 donation to the VFW Foundation today in support of VFW programs. Additionally, Cornerstone Caregiving has led fundraising efforts totaling more than $50,000 to benefit VFW Posts in communities near their locations.

Cornerstone Caregiving Donation to the VFW Foundation
Cornerstone Caregiving presents a $50,000 donation to the VFW Foundation. Back row: Cornerstone Caregiving Senior Director Owen Wible, Cornerstone Caregiving Founder/Co-owner Michael Hillman, VFW Adjutant General Dan West, Cornerstone Caregiving Director of Licensure & Veterans Affairs Sidney Cozby, Cornerstone Caregiving Founder/Co-owner Ryan Gibson; front row: Chandler Hillman and Jessa Gibson.
A leader in the senior home care industry with more than 150 locations in 33 states, Cornerstone Caregiving prides itself as a community of dedicated professionals with a shared mission of providing exceptional in-home care services to seniors. From rallying support to improve veterans’ accessibility and coordinating donations for wheelchair ramps, to providing vital disaster relief assistance in the wake of fires and other natural disasters, Cornerstone Caregiving has made improving the lives of veterans and their families a top priority.

“The VFW Foundation is honored to receive this donation, which will help us continue to serve countless military and veteran families during their times of need,” said VFW Adjutant General Dan West. “It’s encouraging to work with great companies like Cornerstone Caregiving, whose dedication to honoring and giving back to our nation’s military and veteran families aligns so well with our own.”

"Cornerstone Caregiving is proud to serve veterans across the United States,” said Cornerstone Caregiving Founder Michael Hillman. “There is no greater honor than to care for those who cared for our country in the best way possible."

Established in 1996, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Foundation is the official 501(c)(3) of the VFW. It exists to provide financial resources to the vital assistance programs of the VFW. Through its strategic relationships with supporters, the VFW Foundation fills in governmental assistance gaps for troops abroad, military families back in the U.S. and America’s often-forgotten veterans. These programs are provided at no cost to the recipients and require no VFW affiliation.