Vets Continue To Collect Wildfire Donations

VVA Chapter 223 along with partner veteran organizations Amvets Post 40 and VFW Post 768 continue to take donations to assist veterans impacted by the Northern California Wildfires. As veterans transition from emergency needs to temporary needs Chapter 223 is ready to identify both the needs and the people. We have collected hundreds of gift cards and starting October 30, 2017 will be collecting assistance requests and making grants of those gift cards. We also be looking to provide assistance for temporary housing as well.

Vets Take The Lead In CA Wildfires Assistance

VVA Chapter 223 along with partner veteran organizations including Amvets Post 40, and Healdsburg VFW Post 768 have collected and distributed over $25,000 in assistance to those affected by the Northern California Wildfires. When the Red Cross became overwhelmed at the Veterans Memorial Building in Santa Rosa these veteran organizations stepped up to take a leadership role in managing and handling the relief assistance. Now that the building is closed as an Evacuation Center these same groups will continue to identify those in need and make sure people do not fall through the cracks.

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