The COVID-19 Pandemic Continues to Impact Military Families

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Home Improvements Help Texas Family Stay Healthy and Safe

After 10 years in the Air Force as a surgical technician, Staff Sgt. Mariana McKenzie was about to be deployed when she started experiencing severe pain symptoms in her joints. She was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis and had to medically retire in 2012. “It was like a complete bomb in our lives when that happened,” … Continued

Veteran Receives Assistance after COVID-19 Causes Business Shutdown

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on many military families. Army Veteran Nicole Walcott and her new business were significantly impacted during this time. For the past three years, Army veteran Nicole Walcott has been building up her alternative health and wellness business in Fayetteville, North Carolina. The business was born due to a … Continued

Operation Homefront Helps Single Mom Pay Rent, Buy Groceries

Army Reserve Sgt. 1st Class Kiaveth Vasquez describes her childhood as traumatic. A contentious split between her parents resulted in Kiaveth and her two younger brothers being taken from her father’s house in the U.S. to Central America, where they lived with his mother. Kiaveth said she and her brothers were emotionally and physically abused … Continued

New Crib, Car Seat Keep Veteran’s Baby Safe

Veteran Army National Guard Staff Sgt. Robert Cash and his wife, Amanda, were nearing Christmas in 2019 and were feeling the financial pressure. They had gifts to buy for their daughter Maddlyn, then 4, Amanda was nearing her third trimester, and Robert had lost his job because of an injury. They still had not bought … Continued

Operation Homefront Volunteer Finds Help during Medical Crisis

Veteran Army Staff Sgt. Stephen Hughs did everything right. He planned for the future, landed a good civilian job as a teacher after he was medically retired from service, and he saved for retirement. In fact, he had approximately $150,000 in savings. He gave back to his community in Thornton, Colorado, volunteering for a variety … Continued

Assistance Helps Wounded Warrior with Housing during Pandemic

As spring break wrapped up for Antonio Garcia, the Army veteran looked forward to getting back to Fisher College in Boston to finish his sophomore year and move closer to his degree in business management. Antonio had enlisted in the military in 2014 and worked as a wheeled vehicle mechanic. However, during a training exercise, … Continued

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