PLEASE! Remember our homeless vets this holiday season! #GivingTuesday is Nov. 29

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Please think of Veteran Homestead this holiday season!

Give to our veterans to thank them for our freedom!

Greetings!

This year Veteran Homestead is participating in #GivingTuesday, a global day of GIVING fueled by the power of social media.

In two weeks, on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving (Tuesday, 29 November) and the widely recognized shopping events Black Friday and Cyber Monday, #GivingTuesday kicks off the charitable season, when many focus on their holiday and end-of-year giving.

We will be posting and tweeting every day and I ask that you follow Veteran Homestead on Facebook, Twitter (@vethomestead) and Instagram (@veteranhomestead) and share our posts to your network of family, friends and colleagues.

Our mission is to creatively engage as many people as possible via social media to show the good work we do for our veterans in hopes that you will go to our website and DONATE.

90% of all Veteran Homestead funds go directly to veteran care, 10% solely to facility maintenance and administration.

Veteran Homestead Inc., is an independent, non-profit organization that provides housing and care to U.S. Armed Services Veterans from across the nation who are elderly, disabled or diagnosed with a terminal illness.

With six unique facilities in New England and Puerto Rico, our team of credentialed professionals serve those who have served in our armed forces, with compassion and dedication without regard to race, religion, or sexual orientation.

All Veteran Homestead programs are drug and alcohol free.

Thank you for your support!

Sincerely,
Leslie Lightfoot
Founder & CEO
VeteranHomestead.org

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One terrific program:

Hero Homestead
Leominster, Massachusetts

The Hero Homestead is a 15 bed, substance free facility located in Leominster.

Residents are encouraged to co-exist, assisting each other and attending to as many of their own needs as possible.

This program provides transitional housing for veterans who are dealing with substance abuse and mental health issues, as well as other challenges related to homelessness.

To learn all about the HOMESTEAD’S PROGRAMS click HERE!