About US

Reuniting the community through unity and camaraderie


Vet-Fest is a nonprofit organization providing events and activities of a patriotic nature to reunite Veterans and Frontliners with the community through unity and camaraderie. Since 2011, Vet-Fest has hosted over 80 events ranging from Concerts, to 5K runs, to car shows, to Veterans’ Breakfasts and more! We also participate in many community events that help us continue to reach out to more veterans, frontliners, and their families.

To extend our support to the frontliners of our community, we created the HEROES UNITED campaign: a campaign that’s mission is to celebrate and honor the service that these frontliners have given to the community, especially through the Coronavirus pandemic.

Our Purpose

Veterans transitioning from military to civilian life face a multitude of challenges.  Due to the fact that many veterans live with mental health issues, Vet-Fest Inc. and its many partners continually organize and sponsor impactful community-wide events.  Our events successfully provide veterans with the opportunity to reconnect with their loved-ones, friends, and neighbors for fun and fellowship.

As the veteran re-acclimates back into civilian life, this re-connection also helps to strengthen communities.

We have created models and templates which can be duplicated nationwide, and globally. Vet-Fest also participates in community events that help us connect with more veterans and the front liners of those communities.

Additional Veteran Resources offered through our Partners Visions OutreachVeterans Institute & Foundation

our Founder


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Leonard Morgan

Entrepreneur | Visionary | Veterans Advocate | Speaker

Leonard Morgan, an Atlanta Georgia native, the oldest of 5 (siblings), has always possessed leadership qualities. Serving in the U.S. Army from 1979 to 1983 in Fort Ord, California 3rd of the 32nd Infantry Brigade and as the 3rd of the 5th Infantry Brigade in Fort Colby, Panama Central America, he worked in supply and in the armory.

After the military, in his civilian life he then became a successful Entrepreneur in the field of Logistics for over 30 years.

Being a veteran himself, he felt a desire to assist other veterans with needed services. In February 2011 he launched Visions Outreach Inc., a 501(c)19 non-profit organization that would allow his expertise in logistics to focus his experience on helping veterans and their families. Leonard is a true Visionary and Humanitarian that he credits his faith which allows him to serve others as a catalyst to change to the world.