Free Directory to Locate Veteran-Owned Businesses in NYC
The New York City Department of Veterans’ Services has launched an interactive map that identifies veteran-owned businesses across NYC. New Yorkers can use it to find veteran-owned businesses near them and support those who served!
Browse over 200 businesses that represent a vibrant cross-section of industries like restaurants, construction, gardening, photographers, office supplies, and more. Each listing includes contact information as well as relevant city and state certifications obtained by each business. You can do all of your business research in one place and give back to small, local business owners who have given so much in service!
Veteran business-owners can also fill out a form online to request to have their business added to the map.
Details of the Offer
- Search more than 200 businesses ranging from restaurants to media services and everything in between!
- Click on each entry to pull up location and contact information.
- Browse the appropriate city and state certifications for each business, as well as relevant social media information to connect with locals who served.
- Favorite businesses in your personal profile to visit later.
- Read a profile written by each veteran owner about their military service, business, entrepreneurial goals, and more.
More About NYC Department of Veterans Affairs
To honor the sacrifice of New York City Veterans, the Department of Veterans' Services (DVS) was created on April 8th, 2016, making DVS the first standalone City agency in the country dedicated to serving Veterans and their families.
Since that time, the agency has moved rapidly to connect, mobilize, and empower New York City's Veteran community in order to foster purpose-driven lives for New York City Service Members – past and present – in addition to their caregivers, survivors, and families.
DVS fulfills this mission by providing New York City's Veterans with essential services and programs focused on pivotal areas such as economic empowerment, housing security, benefits, health and wellness, and culture.