North Santa Rosa

Veterans Receive Helping Hand

Veterans Receive Helping Hand
The Santa Rosa County Veterans Memorial Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization, has a program that helps veterans in a special way through the “veterans assistance fund.” The veterans assistance fund lends a helping hand to Santa Rosa County veterans who do not have the physical or financial ability to complete minor repairs and/or the addition of safety features to their homes. Improvements are made to raise their most basic standard of living conditions.
Thanks to the time and financial donations of the following individuals and organizations, several projects have already been approved by the assistance committee:
• C.W. “Blackie” Black replaced a veteran’s roof in Pace and has installed small wheelchair
ramps in Pace and Milton.
• Ray of Hope, a Christian motorcycle organization, built a large wheelchair ramp.
• Brantley Nesenson repaired an air conditioning unit in East Milton.
• Dan Powers of AM Vets, will soon be widening bathroom doors to accommodate a wheelchair in a Gulf Breeze home.
There are many veterans who are in need of our help. For more information on how you can assist this tax deductible-worthwhile program, please call (850) 626-7292

Posted by on Feb 24 2012. Filed under Local. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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