Archangel Alliance
Veterans Helping Veterans
Year in Review
2017 was a great year for Archangel Alliance.  We were able to help soooo many military families.  We assisted financially paying bills, providing cash for gas, diapers, food and hygiene items.  We received several calls from veterans and family members requesting guidance regarding education assistance, filing disability claims, employment opportunites and general benefits questions.  We were able to provide Thanksgiving dinner, which included a frozen turkey and all the fixings to 30 families.  To close out the year, we partnered with PDQ, for our second annual Angel Tree, where we assisted in providing gifts for over 125 children!

We look forward to doing soooo much more in the coming year!

What's New!

NC Serves 

We became part of the NC Serves network and provided assistance of some sort to over 30 veteran families in April.  We were able to assist with food, utility payments and various other issues.

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Top Finalist for Best of the Triangle

We were notified that we are one of the top four finalists for Best of the Best Nonprofits in the Triangle!  Please vote for us again!  

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Easter Egg Hunt- HUGE success

We had a great turnout for the Easter Egg Hunt in March!  We had so many families out enjoying the day with us.  We had facepaint, crafts, raffles, snacks and a visit from the Easter Bunny.  We ended the event with the hunt where the children searched for over 2000 eggs!  What a great day!  We are looking forward to next year's already!  Thank you to everyone who helped and to everyone who came out.

Partnering with P&R Property Consulting Group

We are honored to be partering with P& R Property Consulting Group. 

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 In memory of our fallen
Archangel Alliance is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization formed in honor of the three fallen soldiers shown here.  The organization serves the North Carolina area and was founded by Retired SGT Kyle Snyder.
Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide support to our Veterans and their families in a time of need. We are here to help with any issues that may occur, such as paying a bill, providing basic information or guidance or just being there to have a conversation when someone needs to talk.  
Our Veterans need to know and feel confident that there are people out there willing to help them, if needed.  We will support our veterans, as well as their families.
Financial Issues
Basic information
Is it a bad month?  Has something come up that you can't handle financially?  Do you need some assistance getting by this week?  Are there any grant opportunities available?
Are you having a bad day?  Do you just feel like no one understands?  Do you want to talk with someone who has been there, someone who knows just how you feel?  
Are you interested in going to school?  Maybe obtaining information regarding the GI Bill?  Employment opportunities?