Governor Youngkin Donates His Second-Quarter Salary to Virginia Veterans Services Foundation

By: Governor Youngkin Press

RICHMOND, VA – Governor Glenn Youngkin today announced that he will donate his second-quarter salary to the Virginia Veterans Services Foundation, an organization dedicated to providing supplemental funding for Veteran programs and services throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia.    At the Jones and Cabacoy Veterans Care Center in Virginia Beach, Virginia he fulfilled his pledge to donate his gubernatorial salary back to organizations and the people of Virginia.      “I pledged to serve our Commonwealth without accepting a salary because I want to continue giving back to the Commonwealth and helping Virginians in every way I can,” said Governor Glenn Youngkin. “I have chosen to donate my salary to the Virginia Veterans Services Foundation (VVSF) because of their important mission to support Virginia’s veterans’ programs. My administration goes to work every day to reimagine the way the Commonwealth provides Veterans benefits, eliminate red tape that hinders our veterans, and has exempted the first 40,000 of veteran retirement pay from unnecessary taxes. Now, Suzanne and I would like to show our support and gratitude for those who have fought to keep our Commonwealth and nation safe.”  
Secretary Craig Crenshaw Delivers Remarks at Jones and Cabacoy Veterans Care Center on Tuesday, July 26, 2022. Official Photo by Christian Martinez, Office of Governor Glenn Youngkin.First Lady Suzanne Youngkin Poses for Photo with Event Attendees at Jones and Cabacoy Veterans Care Center on Tuesday, July 26, 2022. Official Photo by Christian Martinez, Office of Governor Glenn Youngkin.
Governor Glenn Youngkin Delivers Remarks at Jones and Cabacoy Veterans Care Center on Tuesday, July 26, 2022. Official Photo by Christian Martinez, Office of Governor Glenn Youngkin.

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