Supporting Veterans From All Walks Of Life
Compassionately Connected for Veterans Inc. strives to address food disparity, basic needs, support services, educational support, career readiness skills, life coaching services, and outreach services to veterans, their eligible dependents and the community who are in need in our efforts to build a stronger community.
𝗠𝗮𝗸𝗲 𝗮 𝗗𝗶𝗳𝗳𝗲𝗿𝗲𝗻𝗰𝗲!
We value our Veteran community and are open to partnering with local as well as other organizations , in our great Nation, to help meet the needs of our families. We are currently looking to partner with local food banks, as many of our families struggle with food insecurity. If your organization could help us with this or if you have an idea for a different type of partnership with us, please contact Karen Mothershed at firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteer opportunities are available to anyone in the community.
In order to volunteer you will need to complete the following:
Volunteer Application (Form is in the menu at the top right of this page)
TB Test (from your physician).
If applicable to your volunteer position, we will run a criminal background check and sex offender registry check.
There are many ways to get involved in helping CC4V, Inc. As a 501(c)(3) organization, all donations are tax-deductible. Portions of the donations will be used to assist those in need, build new programs/strengthen existing programs, and monthly life coaching groups to group homes, shelters, and facilities (where allowed). Some of the Outreach we have done/currently do is: donating to veterans and their families as well as civilians in the community who are homeless, in shelters/assisted living, and who are in impatient programs! During our annual Charity Drive we were able to collect toiletries, coats, blankets, pampers/wipes, and pull-ups. These along with monetary/in-kind donations will continue to help us be able to provide for veterans and their dependents and civilians in need.
Veteran helping Veterans
Founder and CEO
Michelle Mothershed is a native of Arkansas and a Mother of three. She is a graduate of Little Rock Central High. After graduating she attended the University of Central Arkansas, but didn’t feel fulfilled. So, she dropped out of college and joined the US Army (active duty). Unfortunately, Michelle suffered injuries and was medically discharged prior to fulfilling her order to go to Germany. After much physical therapy/rehabilitation she knew she couldn’t just sit around and do nothing. Through a lot of pain and sleepless nights going back to college would be her next adventure. She is the proud holder of a Bachelor of Science in Education and a Master of Science in Education. She taught middle school and elementary schools for 20 years before a disability retirement was necessary.
In March 2019, Michelle states that God spoke a word to her but she was disobedient. Well in March 2021 Compassionately Connected for Veterans Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization was conceived. They focus on Veterans, their spouses, and their children. It is about serving those in need and meeting them where they are. They also focus on the homeless Veterans and community, donating Compassion Boxes, giving out Compassion care packages to the homeless, serving as supportive services, and hosting food/clothes drives are some of what they do.
They will be hosting Thanksgiving dinner for a partner who houses Veterans and their families who are in need on Thanksgiving Day. CC4V Inc as they are fondly called also has created a Virtual Holiday Compassion Tree which will continue every month in 2022. Her favorite sayings are there is NO LIMIT as to what God can do and delayed is not denied! #PuttingComapassionIntoAction