Keep the Kleenex close when you watch this video! A few of FSD’s amazing clients are spotlighted in this heartwarming video made by Vets Helping Heroes, a not-for-profit organization that raises funds to sponsor the training of assistance dogs for disabled American veterans and active-duty military personnel.
We are truly honored and thankful to have the continued support of Vets Helping Heroes! Please check out their page at http://vetshelpingheroes.org/ !
PBSO delivered tote bags to Homeless Veterans as part of our “People Helping People Project.” We collected a total of 310 bags full of hygienic products, to hand out at St. Ann Place.
This was an effort from our deputies, as well as The Sheriff’s Foundation who graciously donated the tote bags.
Find out more by visiting: www.strongpointtheinert.org
We’ve been talking about Strongpoint Theinert Ranch for years…now you can actually go there! See what we’ve accomplished so far and hear our plans for the future. Please consider joining us in our effort to help those who serve and sacrifice to strengthen, transition and reconnect by making a donation at http://bit.ly/2roNNYD.
Helping Out Veterans (6.20.18 – Day 2967)
Colored Ice (6.20.13 – Day 1141)
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Outro – “‘m Coming Home” by Kalle Engstrom
This is VOP (Veteran’s on Patrol) An non violent self sacrificing group of people who are looking to make a change in the lives of the homeless (especially veteran’s) across the nation. Right now they have 3 locations in AZ (MESA, TUSCON, and Sierra Vista) but are hoping to expand the movement across the united states. Right now the suicide rate for veterans is at 22 per day, they aim to change those numbers. Alpha is just west of Country Club on McKellips. North side of the street . one of the major businesses they sit behind is LIttle Dealer, Little Prices: 2038 N Country Club Dr, Mesa, AZ 85201