National Service Officers Program

The National Service Officers program comprises the National Appeals Office in Washington D.C., the Court of Veteran Appeals and the National Outreach program.

The National Service Officers program assists ALL Veterans, their dependents, surviving spouses and orphans by:

  • Educating veterans about their benefits and entitlements.
  • Processing veterans’ claims for compensation, pension, medical care, education, job training, employment, housing, and death and burial benefits.
  • Providing quality, professional representation for veterans whose benefits were denied at the local VA regional office.
  • Employing a full-time attorney and presenting veterans’ claims before the court.
  • Serving on the President’s Committee for employment of people with disabilities.
  • Providing services to veterans in rural and urban areas.
  • Reaching out to handicapped and destitute veterans unable to visit a VA regional office.
  • Identifying and helping homeless veterans.

Show your gratitude to our nation’s heroes by donating to the Purple Heart Foundation. It’s easy, quick and tax-deductible. Learn more about the different ways you can donate.

The Purple Heart Foundation supports a number of programs and services dedicated to helping ALL veterans and their families. Find out about the programs that your donations support.

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The National Intrepid Center of Excellence Satellite Center at Fort Hood opened its doors in January. A donation from the Purple Heart Foundation helped to build this center and your support will continue to help build these facilities across the country.