Urgent Notice: Unauthorized Use of Women Veterans Alliance Name

Dear Women Veterans and Supporters,

It is with deep concern that I write to you today regarding a troubling issue. Unfortunately, we have discovered that another organization, South Dade Women Veterans Alliance, has been using our name, Women Veterans Alliance (WVA), without authorization.

We want to clarify that South Dade Women Veterans Alliance is in no way affiliated with our organization. Despite our best efforts to resolve this matter amicably, including sending a cease and desist letter and engaging in direct communication with their founder, the unauthorized use of our name persists.

This unauthorized use has not only caused confusion among our members and supporters but may have resulted in the loss of grants and other opportunities that rightfully should have gone to our organization.

We take this matter very seriously and have incurred significant costs in seeking legal recourse to protect our brand and reputation. It is deeply disappointing that despite our attempts to address this issue collaboratively, the founder of South Dade Women Veterans Alliance has chosen to disregard our concerns.

We want to reassure you that we are committed to upholding the integrity of our organization and ensuring that our name is used only by authorized entities. We will continue to take all necessary steps to protect our brand and the interests of the women veterans community.

If you have any questions or concerns about this matter, please do not hesitate to reach out to us directly. We appreciate your ongoing support and understanding as we navigate this challenging situation.