executive director

Ron Alexander is our executive director.

Ron joined the U.S. Marine Corps right out of high school and served from 1966 to 1970. His combat experience was in Vietnam along the DMZ from Fedruary1967 through March 1968. Ron was wounded in September 1967 at Con Thien.

Ron is dedicated to helping brother and sister veterans and their families. He has been through the Veterans Administration service connected evaluation process and has been rated 100% disabled. So he has the experience to help his fellow veterans maneuver the system to get the benefits they need.

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veteran volunteers

Veterans Helping Veterans Is Our Motto

Our staff are veteran volunteers and they donate their time to help their fellow veterans. They have done well in life and are now giving back to their comrades in arms.

According to national statistics approximately 22 veterans commit suicide per day. We are dedicated to lowering this number by helping as many veterans as possible avoid traumatic issues, whether physical or psychologically.

No salaries are paid leaving all our fund raising efforts to go to helping our veterans.

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project facilities

Our Facilities Are Veteran Owned

Our facilities are owned by our veteran volunteers. These facilities are used for projects to engage veterans, needing help, in activities with other veterans for a like minded social atmosphere.

These activities are hands-on, fun and afford a comfort level for a stress free open conversations. Veteran counseling groups have there value but we feel that veterans sharing a project activity with other veterans is much more therapeutic.

The funds we raise are used for project materials and veteran funding programs.

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funding programs

Veteran Needs
Helping Veterans Get What They Need

We seek out veterans that have specific needs that they cannot afford and they do not qualify for from the Veterans Administration.

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Family Needs
Scholarship Funds for Veterans Family

We seek out veterans that have specific needs that they cannot afford and they do not qualify for from the Veterans Administration.

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project opportunities

Veterans Can Participate In Projects

Our goal is to have as many veterans participating in as many projects as possible. Some of our projects will include:

    • Automotive
    • Woodworking
    • Blacksmithing
    • Leather-craft
    • Screen Printing
      Publishing

We want to engage veterans needing help in productive endeavors with other veterans. We will add project opportunities as we raise funds to afford facilities and materials.

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