Updated: May 4
On January 21st, the Warrior Volunteer Force of non-profit charity Us4Warriors joined forces with Rebuilding Together San Diego and Booz Allen Hamilton of San Diego to assist in support of building repairs at the local Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 5985 located in Pacific Beach.
Since 2016, the Warrior Volunteer Force has supported Rebuilding San Diego with projects to uplift veterans and their families. The organization takes great pride in being given an opportunity to support a local post when they are in need. The project at the Pacific Beach VFW post included a variety of repairs, cleaning, and general maintenance. Several members of The Army National Guard were also on hand to provide support as some of the newest additions to the Warrior Volunteer Force.
"We are honored to be able to give back to the veterans who have sacrificed so much for our country," said a representative from Us4Warriors. "Our partnership with Rebuilding Together San Diego and Booz Allen Hamilton has allowed us to make a real impact in the lives of veterans and their families."
This project is just one of many that the Warrior Volunteer Force has undertaken in partnership to support area Veteran Service Organizations, like VFW. Us4Warriors has a long history of working with VFWs to support missions that uplift veterans and their families.
The Pacific Beach VFW post was grateful for the support from Us4Warriors, Rebuilding Together San Diego, Booz Allen Hamilton, and the Army National Guard. "This post is a vital resource for veterans in our community and it's essential that we keep it in good condition," said a post member. "We are so grateful for the support of these organizations and the hard work of the volunteers."
This is one of the many examples of how the Warrior Volunteer Force of Us4Warriors, in partnership with Rebuilding Together San Diego and Booz Allen Hamilton, are making an impact in the lives of veterans and their families. The organization will continue to work with area VFW posts to support missions that uplift veterans and their families.
In closing, we would like to remind our readers that if you are interested in joining the Warrior Volunteer Force and supporting activities like these, please visit our website at www.WarriorVolunteers.org or call our Volunteer Management Team at 888-444-1415, ext. 2. Together, we can make a real impact in the lives of veterans and their families. Thank you for your support.