Our Programs:

The Kline Veterans Fund is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that provides emergency housing assistance and supportive services to homeless and at-risk Veterans and their families in Southern Nevada.

Recent census data reflects a 16% year over year increase in homelessness in Clark County, and one in six is a Veteran. The affordable housing crisis in our area and record high temperatures has created even more need for assistance.

Our Homes for the Brave program assists veteran families with the necessary funding to secure or sustain housing through the efforts described below.  Our major source of revenue is through grants, community partnerships, corporate sponsorships, private donations and fundraising events.

100% of grants and donations stay right here in Clark County to help those most in need.  


Our emergency fund supplies immediate financial assistance to prevent veteran homelessness through rental assistance and rapid rehousing. This includes utility assistance when at risk of disconnection.

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The KVF Scholars program provides 5 annual scholarships for veteran-dependent students.

Our service dog program provides scholarship funding for service dog training for qualifying veterans with PTSD and mobility issues.

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Recognizing that homeless, elderly, and sick veterans often need support beyond housing, we provide supportive items to vets on the street, or residing in assisted living, memory care, and hospice facilities.

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Our Leadership:

The KVF Board of Directors is comprised of veterans and military adjacent members, providing a

unique peer to peer connection and strengthening support for our clients.

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Kline Veterans Fund is a registered 501c3 charitable organization under TIN 45-2285031. Our latest IRS Form 990 can be viewed here.