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Veterans Trust Fund

Overview of Maryland Veterans Trust  A 501c3 organization  Non-emergency, temporary financial assistance program  The program aims to assist those that will be self-reliant after receiving the assistance. The program cannot address chronic issues  Board of Trustees governs the organization (The Secretary of the Maryland Department of Veteran Affairs serves as chair)  Read More…


Scholarships

A number of scholarships are available to veterans, military personnel, and dependents in Maryland.  In addition to the scholarships listed, more information on financial assistance, programs, applications, and condition of awards, can be found by going to the Maryland Higher Education Commission listing of State Financial Aid Programs. Veterans of the Afghanistan and Iraq Conflicts Scholarship  Read More…


Maryland Tax Exemptions and Credits

The State of Maryland offers a number of tax exemptions and credits to veterans, active duty military personnel and surviving spouses.  For veterans with service connected disabilities rated at 100% ‘permanent and total’, property tax exemptions are available.  In addition there are deductions for military retirement pay, as well as tax credits and exemptions for  Read More…


Service Access and Information Link (SAIL) Program

The Maryland Department of Human Resources Service Access and Information Link (SAIL) is a web-based screening and application tool that assists Maryland applicants with applications for social services benefits.  From this link, residents can apply for the following programs, as well as report changes to personal information: Food Supplement Program (FS) Temporary Cash Assistance (TCA) Temporary  Read More…


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