The Aging Veterans Care Relief Fund

The Aging Veterans Care Relief Fund is s 501c3 non profit organized exclusively to provide charitable temporary emergency financial assistance for all financially and medically disadvantaged and disabled U.S. citizens over the age of 65 who meet the criteria of the Veteran's Administration aid and attendance disability pension benefits to prevent going on welfare or be institutionalized for their needed care.
The Veterans Administration Disability Pension is a reimbursement program so it requires the low income and disabled senior claimant to incur the costs of care prior to enabling those costs to be eligible as qualifying expenses for the pension benefit. Aging Vets seeks to close the gap for Veterans caught in the distance between an application for assistance from the VA to the time that assistance is released to them by the VA; A Financial gap that can be devastating to a veteran on a fixed or no other income source due to the disability. The VA normally takes 6 to 8 months to process and make a determination on the claimant's pension application.
Aging Vets is organized to enable qualified individuals to hire and begin receiving home personal care services from a screened, qualified and licensed home care agency in the comfort and security of their home during the 6 to 8 months timetable it takes the VA to process and disperse an award determination for the disability pension benefit.


The VA offers a non-service connected disability pension benefit for War time veterans and their surviving spouses who meet all of the following qualifications:

  1. Veteran has at least 90 days of active duty service during a stated period of WAR
  2. Veteran has received a Honorable Discharge
  3. Veteran has a medically documented disability
  4. Veteran is home bound without the assistance of another individual
  5. Veteran has limited income and assets along with qualified medical and ADL,  care expenses which cause household income to fall below poverty levels or become negative.