Helping In Every Way Possible

- 3/14/2017


 
VFW Calabash Post #7288 Commander Rick Arvonio (l) and Calabash Sheltered Treasures store manager Maureen Pelky, present an Electric Mobility Cart to Kevin Klein (r), a member of the Advisory Board for the Special Operations Wounded Warriors (SOWW). The SOWW provides outdoor experiences to a select group of both active duty and veteran U.S. Military Special Operations Forces, that have received wounds in battle, and that have received our Country‚Äôs prestigious Purple Heart Medal. The Electric Mobility Cart was donated to the Calabash Sheltered Treasures store by the family of a recently deceased veteran in hopes of finding a veteran in need. Sheltered Treasures stores support Providence Home, the only Family Emergency Teen Shelter in Brunswick County and it is free to all that need their services. VFW Calabash Post #7288 partnered with the Calabash Sheltered Treasures to find a appropriate home for the cart to support veterans in need. A partnership that ended in a Win-Win for all involved.
 
 

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