Founded: July 2015

Helping Homeless & Addicted Veterans Back Into Civilian Life


Thank You!!

We get a lot of organizations as well as individuals that donate items greatly needed. Below are just a few of the most recent (and some past) of those items and their time donated.

The Newtown Equestrian Center donated what you see in the pictures. We thank you for your donation of the horse supplies, blankets, saddles, etc. pictured below. These items will be much needed next year once we have our barn built and horses on the farm. Again, thank you to everyone at Newtown Equestrian Center. A very special thanks to Mike and Michelle Gara.

Donated By: Newtown Equestrian Center

October 2017

It isn't always physical and money donations that help out at the DV Farm.

Rutgers Alternative Breaks program offered some of their students a week here at the DV Farm during their spring break to learn more about Veterans and the issues they face like homelessness, the VA, PTSD and so much more. We in turn learned alot from them too and had a great time hosting them. "They are great kids and i hope to see them again next year. DV6"

Rutgers University/DV Farm

March 2017


Sometimes, it's the little things that helps a person cope and deal with their struggles.
Vietnam Vet Gerry Anderson drove up with a carload of models and books for our vets here at the farm. We will put these to good use and be able to help out some of our vets at the VA.

Vietnam Vet - Gerry Anderson

July 2017

DV Rapewhistle


This is DV rapewhistle he's donated so much in the past but he came by this week and donated another thousand dollars and 500 gift cards for the vets of the farm.


Steve Pintarich of Kale Tonic Post 72 American Legion Southington Connecticut laptops for troops program. Laptops donated by DXC Computer Science Corp of South Windsor, Connecticut


Steve Pintarich

Please check back as we're always receiving donations from people and this is where you can see them! We thank each and every person that has donated anything. From one cent to something physical that helps keep our mission going for our Veterans.