MORE THAN A FINANCIAL ADVISOR
VA Educator. Community Philanthropist.
I am proud to say that I wore a uniform, serving my country, but serving those in uniform is my greatest achievement and legacy. My company does this by equipping our soldiers with the necessary education to utilize their VA benefits. This helps them to make their American dream come true.
Get to Know Us
Chief Instructor & Founder
Kenneth Cox is the founder of VA Benefits-4-You. He served in the military in Vietnam and now has a passion serving the military. He strives to educate soldiers about their VA benefits.
Community Outreach & Marketing
Brian is very passionate about his community. He puts people first and makes sure that every question gets an answer.
Vanessa is the project manager and accountant.
EVERY VETERAN DESERVES A HOME
According to the most recent statistics, there are approximately 40,000 homeless veterans in the United States. These men and women have sacrificed everything and have gotten very little in return. This is why we have partnered with the Veteran's Village to help reduce the number of homeless veterans.
WAR ON CANCER
In 2004, my wife was diagnosed with fourth stage colon cancer and given six moths to live. Through radiation treatment, meditation, and endless amounts of prayer, she beat it. Since then, the cancer has returned eight times in various forms and has taken a heavy toll on her quality of life.
By the grace of God, she is now the longest living fourth stage colon cancer patient at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle.
With the tremendous help that Heidi has received from the Fred Hutchinson organization, we are giving back to the organization to help put an end to cancer.
22 SUICIDE A DAY
One US veteran commits suicide every 65 minutes. That is roughly 22 suicides per day. These deaths are often caused by financial struggle, marriage problems, PTSD, or other treatable mental illnesses.
With our CEO's experience being in the military and on the suicide prevention hotline, he has wanted to positively impact on our local military community. We have designated our office as a safe space for Veterans who need someone to talk to and can provide resources to those in need or considering suicide.