There are over 17,000 veterans in Shasta County.
Your donation will directly benefit the Shasta County Veterans Service Office and their partner programs, by providing free bus passes to our veterans in need of affordable transportation.
As a partner in this community effort the Redding Area Bus Authority will provide a 50% match.
For every $100 donated,
$150 in rides will be provided to our local veterans.
Ways to Give
2015 Community Supporters
Spartan Sports - Redding
Local Business Recognition
California Transmissions - Redding
Ambassador Limousine - Redding
The Frugal Dame - Redding
Tim the Poolman - Redding
Online donations made possible by
Event Supporters & Flag Bearers
Lions Club Enterprise
Thank you to our media supporters!
Make a difference today!
A $20 donation will buy
$30 in rides for local veterans.
Online donations are tax-deductible for individual and business contributions.
The Shasta County Veteran Service Office is the first stop for assisting Veterans across Shasta County. We offer a wide array of services of comprehensive benefits counseling on claims preparation and submission, initiate and develop appeals when appropriate, and networking and advocacy with federal, state and local agencies.
We have accredited counselors with information and provide service for VA health care information, Post 9-11 GI Bill, Cal Vet home loans/VA home loans. Our counselors work extremely hard with assistance offered in filing for compensation (service-related injury or disease), re-open compensation claim for increase or reevaluation, and non-service connected pension (war era veterans only).
We assist in survivor benefits, burial benefits, ordering and certification of DD-214, vocational rehabilitation (serviced connected), College Fee Waiver (service connected), clothing allowance, special housing grant or auto grant (service connected), certification of DMV driver’s license application forms, request for military records and decorations, discharge upgrade and correction of military records, disability life insurance and waiver of premiums, payment of proceeds of VA life insurance, and assist veterans and their survivors for placement in long-term care facility (Aid and Attendance).
Our department services over 8,500 active clients annually, some of which are destitute and need assistance with transportation to get to work, medical appointments, school, and many other much needed services.
- J. C. "Mac" McCraw Master Sergeant, U.S. Air Force (Retired) M.S., M.A., Ph.D
Shasta County Veterans Service Officer
Toll Free: 1-800-479-8009 x 5616
Monday - Friday
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM & 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM