VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA DELAWARE VALLEY TO HOLD RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY FOR HOME FOR THE BRAVE
WHEN: Wednesday, December 12th at 1:30 p.m.
WHERE: Volunteers of America Delaware Valley Home for the Brave adjacent to the Aletha Wright “Vision of Hope” Center, 271 Atlantic Avenue, Camden.
WHO: Schedule to be in attendance is State Senator Donald Norcross, Brigadier General James Grant, a representative from the office of Camden City Mayor Dana Redd as well as members of Volunteers of America Delaware Valley Board of Directors and senior staff.
Home for the Brave is a 30-bed housing program for homeless veterans that provides a continuum of care. Funding for the project has come from private donors, corporations such as TD Bank and Federal Home Loan Bank of New York as well as the United States Department of Veterans Administration, State Department of Community Affairs and Federal Department of Labor.
About Volunteers of America Delaware Valley
The Greater Philadelphia regional affiliate of the national Volunteers of America – a nonprofit, faith-based organization founded in 1896 – Volunteers of America Delaware Valley serves more than 13,000 men, women and children annually in Southern and Central New Jersey, Southeastern Pennsylvania, and Delaware. Headquartered in Collingswood, N.J., Volunteers of America Delaware Valley provides a range of programs for senior citizens; homeless families; offenders returning to the community; and men and women dealing with addiction and mental health issues.