First off... thank you!

Since its inception in January of 2012, VME has grown from just a few to over 3,000 members - all veterans, all working in the entertainment industry, all coming together to form a truly unique networking and educational organization. This is due to the hard work of our veteran volunteers, our sponsors and YOU! Our supporters and donors. SO THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING YOU DO. 

Now in its sixth year, VME is a 501(c)3 nonprofit and has big plans for the future.  See VME's IRS Letter of Determination.

Your tax-deductible donation, of any amount, will go directly towards VME, its programs, and the current and former members of the military working in film and television today.

Below are a few ways you can help!

Donate Directly to VME

VME is not like other business or non-profits. We survive on the sweat of veterans who donate hundreds of hours of time, and the kindness of our donors. It is a grassroots organization, fueled by the will of veterans who do it for the love of helping other veterans. Whether you give $5 or $500, every nickel goes back into veterans programs, events, internships, classes, and in trying to get veterans hired. 


Donate to the ARMY VS. NAVY fundraising Event

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We are currently looking for our Presenting Sponsor for the Army vs. Navy game on December 8, 2018.

The presenting sponsor will be the primary donor to the Veterans Internship Program responsible for employing veterans after active duty. 

All money raised during the game goes toward:   

  • VME Internship Program

  • Job Board

  • Resource Page

  • Classes

  • Events

VME is not like other business or non-profits. We survive on the sweat of veterans who donate hundreds of hours of time, and the kindness of our donors. It is a grassroots organization, fueled by the will of veterans who do it for the love of helping other veterans. Whether you give $5 or $500, every nickel goes back into veterans programs, events, internships, classes, and in trying to get veterans hired.