HOT Volunteer Opportunities - Help Needed THIS WEEKEND!
Hey, comrades! Several opportunities to get involved in veteran service are below. Please sign up to help out if you can!
VETERAN STAND DOWN FRIDAY, OCT 27!
The Stand Down is an all day event providing supplies and services to homeless Veterans, such as food, shelter, clothing, health screenings and VA Social Security benefits counseling. Veterans can also receive referrals to other assistance such as health care, housing solutions, employment, substance use treatment and mental health counseling. They are collaborative events, coordinated between local VA Medical Centers, government agencies, community-based homeless service providers, and other community partners. Village for Vets and Brentwood School are partnering to coordinate volunteers for this event. They will sign up approximately 300 volunteers to make the day a success.
To volunteer, click the button below to register. If you are a homeless veteran or know someone who is, please make sure they know about this event. If you have any questions email: Michael.Johnson33fc51@va.gov.
HELP RESTORE HISTORIC VETERANS BUILDING AT WEST LA VA, OCT 28!
VOLUNTEERS TO HELP PAINT NEEDED
8:30am - 11:30am!
More details below
The Home Depot Foundation Partners with 1887 Fund to Transform Facility for Los Angeles-Area Veterans
Local Effort Part of The Home Depot’s National Celebration of Service Campaign to Serve Veterans at Home
WHAT: On Saturday, Oct. 28, The Home Depot Foundation will partner with the 1887 Fund to transform the Superintendent's Home, one of five historic buildings on the campus of the West Los Angeles Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center. Once completed, the VA will offer training programs and other activities for veterans in the building. More than 45 members of Team Depot, The Home Depot’s associate-led volunteer force, will complete the work on their day off.
This project in Los Angeles is part of The Home Depot’s annual Celebration of Service campaign to improve the homes and lives of U.S. military veterans and their families. Giving back to veterans is personal to The Home Depot, as more than 35,000 of the company’s associates have served in the military. As part of the campaign, The Home Depot is encouraging the nation to “Choose to Serve” those who served the country. To learn how to get involved in your community, visit CelebrationOfService.com.
Volunteer projects will include: Installation of flooring and appliances & general landscaping and exterior beautification.
WHERE: VA Building 33, 11303 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90073
WHEN: Saturday, Oct. 28 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
About The Home Depot Foundation
The Home Depot Foundation is a 501c3 committed to improving the homes and lives of U.S. veterans and their families with a specific focus on combat-wounded, senior and homeless veterans. The foundation also provides clean-up and rebuilding support for communities affected by natural disasters.
Since 2011, The Home Depot Foundation has invested approximately $213 million in veteran-related projects, part of the foundation’s quarter of a billion dollar pledge to veteran-related causes by 2020. In partnership with Team Depot, the 400,000-strong army of associate volunteers, the organization has positively impacted more than 34,500 veterans' homes and helped more than 3,700 communities.
To learn more about The Home Depot Foundation and see Team Depot in action, visithomedepot.com/teamdepot and follow us on Snapchat, Twitter and Instagram @teamdepot and like us on Facebook at facebook.com/teamdepot.
About 1887 Fund
Following an 1887 act of congress, Arcadia Bandini de Baker and Senator John P. Jones donated 300 acres of what is now L.A.’s west side to be used exclusively as the Pacific Branch of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers. Through the 1887 Fund, we are helping to bring this sacred place back to its roots as a dignified, safe, comfortable, soothing and proud resource—a home—for the support of Veterans who have earned and deserve nothing but the best our nation can provide. For more information, visit 1887fund.org.