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Your tax-deductible donation will help The Veterans Healthcare Policy Institute ensure veterans get the health care they deserve.


Special Giving Programs

We’re offering a special recognition for donors beginning on December 1, 2018. If you give above the Commendation Partner level, you’ll receive two books on veterans’ health care by VHPI Senior Fellow Suzanne Gordon. VHPI’s generous donors who give more than $1,000 also have an opportunity to dedicate their gift in the name of a special individual or veteran they know. Learn more below.

Contribution Levels

Got Your Six Less than $99

Decorated Partner — Between $100 to $249

Commendation Partner — Between $250 to $499

  • Book: The Battle for Veterans’ Healthcare signed by the author

Distinguished Partner Between $500 to $999

  • Book: Wounds of War signed by the author

National Partner $1,000 to $5,000

  • Book: The Battle for Veterans’ Healthcare signed by the author

  • Book: Wounds of War signed by the author

  • Gift Dedication listed on VeteransPolicy.org

Presidential Partner — $5,000 and above

  • Book: The Battle for Veterans’ Healthcare signed by the author

  • Book: Wounds of War signed by the author

  • Gift Dedication listed on VeteransPolicy.org


About the Books

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Wounds of War

U.S. military conflicts abroad have left nine million Americans dependent on the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) for medical care. The resulting public debate about the future of veterans’ health care has pitted VHA patients and their care-givers against politicians and policy-makers who believe that former military personnel would be better served by private health care providers.

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The Battle for Veterans Healthcare

In The Battle for Veterans’ Healthcare, award-winning author Suzanne Gordon takes us to the front lines of federal policymaking and healthcare delivery, as it affects millions of Americans whose military service makes them eligible for Veterans Health Administration (VHA) coverage.


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