Indoor Air Quality
- Energy Savings
- Maintenance Program
In the Community
Wounded Warrior Project
- To raise awareness and enlist the public's aid for the needs of injured service members.
- To help injured service members aid and assist each other.
- To provide unique, direct programs and services to meet the needs of injured service members.
With Wounded Warrior Project no one is alone in this journey. Whether newly injured or have been on the path to recovery for a while, WWP is here for support.
Veterans Helping Veterans
Marion County Veterans Helping Veterans, Inc. (Vets Helping Vets) is a 501(c)(3) not-for profit organization serving veterans and their families. The organization was formed in 2002 to serve veterans and their families in need of assistance. Specifically, our organization works on the following:
We provide social service contacts to veterans and their families including counseling, referral, advocacy, and direct social service assistance, including food, clothing, gasoline vouchers, and limited financial assistance for such items such as rent, utilities, special dietary needs.
We assisted veterans in finding employment, through counseling and networking on their behalf.
We coordinated with the Marion County School District and legislators to bring veterans into the classroom to educate both staff and students as to the contributions of veterans to America.
We educate the public and community at large through the media, speaking engagements, workshops, and a weekly radio program informing veterans and their families as to their benefits as well as services available to them through other agencies.
We utilize approximately 100 volunteers who perform office work, make hospital and home visits and make minor repairs to veterans’ homes, grocery shopping and errands, as well as wellness checks.
Through a cooperative understanding with a DAV service officer, we educate veterans and their families as to their eligibility for compensation benefits and assist them in processing their claims.
We’re working with local law enforcement, the courts, public defender and state’s attorney to provide "Marion County Veteran’s Treatment Court".
We’re working with a variety of social service and civic organizations to bring services and information to veterans and their families. As an example, we’re working with Habitat for Humanity to establish a housing initiative where veterans will be highlighted to participate in the Habitat for Humanity program.
We’re working with organizations such as the Elks Club and others to deliver hot meals to homeless and shut-in veterans in Marion County.
American Cancer Society
More than one million people in the United States get cancer each year. Whether you have cancer or are close to someone who does, understanding what to expect can help you cope. The American Cancer Society provides information about cancer and what causes it, as well as in-depth information. They also provide support for patients and family members.
Your donation can help Making Strides Against Cancer save lives through groundbreaking research, early detection, and by giving patients a hand to hold.