Founded in 1999 to support Veteran advocacy, the VMLC’s mission is to encourage quality medical & mental health care for Maricopa County Veterans, support initiatives that recognize our Veterans many contributions to the community and honor our Veterans and military members for their service to our country and the freedom we enjoy.

The VMLC is strongly committed to providing a critical financial safety net for those Veterans and their families needing a hand up during their difficult transition back into society. This timely assistance helps keep a roof over their heads, put food on the table, and have transportation to medical appointments, rehabilitation, job training, and interviews. This essential support is only made possible by donations from caring patriots who love our country and acknowledge the sacrifices of our Veterans!

Remembering Brigadier General Tom Browning...
It is with great sadness that we acknowledge the passing of Brigadier General (ret) Tom Browning.  Tom was a true war hero, leader and friend.  He was a member of the VMLC for over 10 years and instrumental in its Returning Warrior program to assist Veterans in need. He had a heart for the troops.  His distinguished military career and involvement in the community have directly improved our lives. We are grateful for his service and lasting friendship. We extend our sympathy and prayers to his family for the loss of this very special man who touched our lives. In Tom's honor, each year at the Heroes Patriotic Luncheon, a community champion will be presented with the BG Tom Browning Community Heroes Award to serve as a reminder for all he did for veterans in Arizona.

Veterans Medical Leadership Council (VMLC)

1024 W. Pampa Ave.

Mesa, AZ 85210

*VMLC Charities is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization


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