THANKING OUR FRIENDS AT HARLEY-DAVIDSON
FOR THEIR ASSISTANCE
It has been a fun month for non-perishable donations and we wanted to thank our friends and partners in this mission. These dealerships have stepped up bigtime to support our efforts; special thanks to Bartlel’s Harley-Davidson of Marina Del Rey; Los Angeles Harley-Davidson of Anaheim; Huntington Beach Harley-Davidson of Westminster and California Harley-Davidson. These dealerships have partnered with us to help collect non-perishable items in our Assistance For Veterans collection containers and they have done an amazing job!
When a kind person goes out of their way to shop for a specific reason helping our most vulnerable veterans and then visits one of our partners to drop off items, we consider that a huge effort which deserves recognition. So a huge thank you to Harley-Davidson and all those great people who made donations. Please continue your great work and in return we will continue ours!
Our job is to search out those veterans who are going to bed hungry and just need a helping hand and we come driving up with some great stuff donated by many kind hearted citizens. We did not pick an easy mission, picking up and sorting food can be very hard work especially when you are dealing with tons of food and the need being so great here in the metropolitan Los Angeles area—the capital of homelessness. We love our program and would not trade it for any easier mission. This is our calling and we will be taking our program nationawide. We made our first deliveries in San Diego, California where we have a 1,500 square foot warehouse donated to us by a great person, Mr. Doug Bishop owner of the Military Auto Center. We plan on helping as many veterans as we can in the larger San Diego communities and are looking for some great partners for this mission.
WE CAN ALWAYS USE ANY DONATION TO ASSIST US IN OUR MISSION
PICTURES BELOW - CARE PACKAGES FOR HOMELESS VETERANS THAT ARE STILL HOPING FOR BETTER DAYS
ANOTHER DELIVERY IN SAN DIEGO, MIKE ONE OF OUR DIRECTORS LOADING UP HIS VEHICLE TO HELP SOME VETERAN FAMILIES