Our Mission

The Green Alliance for Veteran Education (G.A.V.E.) was organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes as specified in Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. It is important to note that one hundred percent of our donations go directly to assisting veterans and their families, as none of our staff receive payment for their work.

All activities of G.A.V.E. are carried out for the benefit of military veterans who have faithfully served their country and may now be struggling with employment issues, low or no income, and even homelessness. Some may be suffering from traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress disorder, depression and or may just feel alone and frustrated in the civilian world.  By providing up-to-date resource information, claim support, therapeutic and education opportunities to veterans and their dependents, G.A.V.E. is instrumental in facilitating the veterans’ successful reintegration back into civilian life.

We are currently involved in a myriad projects, two of which are the Northwest Veterans Resource Center, in Port Angeles, Washington, and the the Robin Hill Victory Garden, located in Clallam County, Washington. These can both be viewed by checking out our Projects page.

As always, we are open to discussing future projects and ventures.

Robin Hill Victory Garden Pumpkin Pick for Boys and Girls Club of Sequim

Over 20+ children between the ages of 8-11yrs old were introduced to pumpkins on the vine at the Victory Garden of local veterans on Sept 19th. Several volunteers from the

Each boy and girl were allowed to peruse the rows in order to find ‘just the right pumpkin’ for them.  Volunteers from the North West Veterans Resource Center and G.A.V.E. cut the pumpkins from the vine for the children and other volunteers even sacrificed their own clothing in order to ‘shine’ the pumpkins for the proud pumpkin-aires.  There were exclamations of surprise when the children realized the vines, leaves and even the stems of pumpkins are endowed with sharp little spikes. A learning experience all around, considering the volunteers were bemoaning the fact that they hadn’t worn long sleeves for the task!  Sept 19 boys and girls1 Sept 19 boys and girls2 Sept 19 boys and girls3


Next up….The Boys and Girls Club of Port Angeles!  The rest of the pumpkins will be harvested and taken to the Children’s Clinic in Port Angeles.     More fun photos to follow!