Help homeless veterans and people with disabilities start 2019 better than ever.
Your tax-deductible gift will help COSIG prepare homes, services, and training to serve our great veterans and people with disabilities in the area of their need. There’s no better time than the present to donate and give back to those who honored our country through their personal sacrifice.
Help Us Do Our Part To End Homelessness Today!
Did you know that there are over 560.000 homeless people in the USA? Did you know there are over 40,000 veterans who are more likely to experience homelessness than almost any other group?
Think about it. Those people risked their lives for our country, they shed blood, sweat
Isn’t It Time We All Do Something?
COSIG is a non-profit organization with the sole purpose of helping homeless individuals regain their place in our society as working, independent and proud individuals. We HELP, HOUSE and TRAIN veterans and people with disabiliti. Through our
Winning Life’s Hardest Battles!
Our goal is to help homeless individuals regain their lost confidence and dignity. We offer HELP connecting them to benefits and supportive services. COSIG will HOUSE our clients for up to two years while we TRAIN them in one of our five career areas. This will help the individual find a job, a home, and a brighter future. Our five career training areas
We have managed to assemble a team of experienced professionals and caring volunteers who are willing and dedicated to helping
Let’s All Do Our Part!
Since COSIG is a 100% independent organization, we depend on generous donations from the public in order to keep our organization up-and-running. Your invaluable contribution will allow us to continue to HELP, HOUSE and TRAIN homeless people who need to restart their lives. Given the chance, we plan on further expanding our training programs, covering the costs of our housing project and offering our services to more peo.
We All Need To Stand Tall Against
If any of your loved ones have had the misfortune of being homeless, then you already know that returning them to a home-based environment is really hard. Now imagine if your loved ones didn’t have any support or training. Wouldn’t you like to do something about it?