Volunteers successfully transformed an aging indoor swimming pool into a group session room for the VALOR Clinic Foundation retreat program, providing freshly renovated sleeping rooms and a peer-to-peer gathering space for veterans, with gratitude expressed for their remarkable accomplishment in just 10 hours.
The Stand Down Outreach team conducts homeless veteran outreach in the Lehigh Valley, addressing the basic needs of vulnerable individuals in Bethlehem and Allentown camps, emphasizing the commitment to supporting homeless veterans and inviting contributions or volunteerism.
The Pancake Breakfast proceeds contribute crucial support to a small grassroots charity dedicated to aiding veterans, emphasizing the significance of community donations in ensuring their ability to continue helping veterans, with gratitude extended to the Lions for their enabling contribution.
Army Veteran Donald Harrell, a former soldier and current Legion member, receives a 9-week-old black lab as part of VALOR's Veterans Unstoppable PTSD Program, aiming to provide companionship, love, and support for veterans, particularly those dealing with PTSD and other mental health issues.
JROTC students from Panther Valley High School played a crucial role in relocating thousands of pounds of food for Thanksgiving Holiday Meals, earning gratitude for their tremendous assistance and the support of the school and JROTC cadre leadership in facilitating the move to the new food pantry facility on Camp Trexler.
The Buckeye Chapter in Ohio has been actively supporting Veterans by organizing impactful events like the Perry County Veterans extravaganza and multiple stand downs, providing essential services such as distributing coats and meals, and expressing gratitude to Legion Post 85 and all contributors for their valuable partnership and support.