Over 600 U.S. Veterans supported!
All of the U.S. Veterans that we assist come from many different branches of military service and with varied degrees of disabilities and hardships.
Through community support we collect and provide furniture (beds, dressers, kitchen tables, chairs, sofa) household items, kitchen utensils, linens, dish sets, toiletries, etc.
Although homeless, they are left with a deep sense of pride and welcome our support and services because we do not offer a handout, we offer our hand in friendship and support. We provide the items needed to start over.
We try to accommodate the best we can as a 100% volunteer organization.Click Here
Help Fill a Bin for a Vet!
Janet Hecken, our "My Brother Vinny Bin Lady," has dedicated so much of her personal funds to tirelessly create these bins. These "starter kits" are prepared with so much love and at a great expense to Janet. As of April 30, she created and donated 582 bins since joining MBV in 2015. Review our PDF list and contact us to arrange drop-off.
NEWS12 interview with Blaise Gomez - March 3, 2017
Thank you Blaise Gomez for the beautiful piece on us. It was truly heartwarming and we are grateful that you took the time for us.
Please help MBV continue assisting our Vets by making a finanical donation today.
FiOS1 interview by J'nelle Agee -
November 26, 2017
Thank you J'nelle Agee for visiting with Paula Miritello and Rob Burkart (Vet #433) at MBV storage facility.
By making a finanical donation today you will assisit MBV in its mission.
Veteran Log for 2016
2016 was our biggest year yet!
My Brother Vinny assisted 151 Veterans start over after being homeless. We supplied furniture along with basic household items and linens to each Veteran.
Murphy Honors MBV Supporting its 500th Veteran
Carmel Rotary Club Foundation and Yorktown Self Storage Recognized by NYS Sen. Terence Murphy for their Assistance to My Brother Vinny, Inc.
Woman of Distinction HONOR
Paula Miritello received a proclamation from NYS Sen. Terence Murphy - NYS Women of Distinction.
Watch as Paula Miritello is presented with her WOMEN OF DISTINCTION AWARD.
Featured at Work
Paula was featured in the NYC Environmental Protection newsletter. Read more about what drives her to help previously homeless veterans with furniture, linens, and housewares.
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