Sgt Jeremy Svejcar, founder of Charlie Five, a non-profit giving horses to injured veterans and first responders, received farm equipment from WVFV using joint frunding from Semper Fi Fund. AND US Navy Chief CTRC Sierra Sunshine with her shipment of farm equipment from WVFV.
Below, SGT Grayson Reed begins his new career as videographer with a state-of-the-art Sony HD Camera from WVFV.
MYSTIC, CONNECTICUT. This Veterans Day 2023, Work Vessels for Vets, a unique charity that awards equipment to injured veterans, announces $180,000 in equipment and mentorship in 2023 to 23 veteran-entrepreneurs in 18 states across America. These new entrepreneurs are overcoming severe combat injuries such as PTSD, TBI, and compromised bodies to embark on their dreams of self-employment.
The volunteers of Work Vessels for Vets have learned that it is more than just an award of equipment to these injured American servicemen and women.
"We deliver real tools of change, keys to a new future and often a personal lifeline when needed most. In turn, these American heroes inspire change by building companies, some now worth millions. They create jobs for their fellow veterans and their communities. All they really need is a hand up," says Cathy Cook of WVFV.
Read more stories at ABOUT US on wvfv.org.
About Work Vessels for Vets, Inc.: Work Vessels for Vets (www.WVFV.org), awards America’s injured veterans with the tools they need to make a successful transition from service-connected injuries to entrepreneurship. Work Vessels for Vets has earned the highest charity ratings and assures donors that 98 cents of every dollar goes directly to veterans, earning Top-Rated Nonprofit at GreatNonPRofits.org and Platinum Level Rank from CANDID (formerly Guide Star) & other national awards. Donations are fully tax deductible