Tiffany Sabrina Wynn couldn’t take it any more.
Due to tight budgets, homeless or low-income veterans are often discharged from VA medical centers without much clothing on their backs.
Veterans Support Organization (VSO) is working to change that.
Alliant Techsystems is a leading defense, aerospace and commercial products company, based in Arlington, Va. It’s got a great mission of becoming “a positive force in the community where we live and work.”
The company certainly lives by its words.
John Conley had already lost everything important to him: his wife, his job, and his self-confidence. Now, the disabled Army veteran was about to lose his home.
Veterans Support Organization (VSO) has donated an electric lift chair to the VA medical center in Hampton, Va.
VSO’s Virginia chapter delivered the chair, valued at $300, on May 30 to help disabled veterans who have difficulty getting up out of standard chairs.
If you’re in Florida on May 27, buy a book and help veterans.
The Veterans Support Organization (VSO) will be getting donations through a Books-A-Million book fair on May 27 at the New Smyrna, Jacksonville, Gainesville, Winter Park, Orlando-Sanford, Palm Coast, and Daytona stores.