All of PROJECT: VetRelief’s financial support emanates from the generosity of individuals and corporations who believe with us that no service member should stand-alone.
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The American Legion, Department of Florida is the Premier Sponsor of PROJECT: VetRelief and, as such, provides all administrative, volunteer, and advocacy support at no charge to the program. We are honored to have The American Legion, Department of Florida and their more than 130,000 members standing with us to aid our service members and their families.
The American Legion has served as a pillar in our community, across the state, and nationwide for nearly 100 years. Members support our veterans and their families in a variety of ways through promoting strong national security, advocating patriotism and honor, mentoring youth, and sponsoring wholesome programs in our communities. The American Legion, Department of Florida has also influenced considerable social change and fought for veterans’ benefits, both across the state and on Capital Hill.
Big Bend AHEC’s mission is to create and enhance community and academic partnerships to improve the health of rural and medically undeserved populations. Although AHEC covers many areas of health promotions, they have focused on serving veterans by placing emphasis on Tobacco Cessation Programs specifically targeted towards veterans and improving the health, education, and reliable resources for veterans within their surrounding communities.
Philanthropy is a way of life for R.L. James, Inc. Their dedication to train and employ our veterans clearly demonstrates a deep patriotism and passion for our country’s heroes. R.L. James, Inc. Charity Golf Tournament generated crucial funds to support our service members and their families through PROJECT: VetRelief. We are proud to have found such a dedicated partner in R.L. James, Inc.!
R.L. James, Inc., established in 1988, is a state certified General Contractor offering services across the state, from Southwest Florida to the Orlando area, the East Coast and beyond. R.L. James, Inc. specializes in condominium exterior remediation projects, which include: painting, waterproofing, sealants, stucco and concrete repair, impact window installation, aluminum guardrails and screen enclosures.
PROJECT: VetRelief is thrilled to have the support of Chuckman Films. Chuck Green, principle of Chuckman Films, is an award-winning Orlando, Florida-based videographer, editor, and producer with over 17 years of wide-ranging experience in creative and collaborative digital video and television production for online, broadcast, cable, and motion pictures. Collaboratively, Chuck Green and his partners have been telling stories through still images, video, sound, and more for over a combined 60 years. Together, they help clients, just like PROJECT: VetRelief, share their story, reach and engage audiences, and accomplish their goals.
Coastal Construction Products, Inc., is the Southeast’s largest independent distributor of sealants, waterproofing, concrete repair, and fire protection products. Founded in 1975, they take pride in themselves by assisting with appropriate specifications for building owners, architects and engineers. This work develops a marketing base from which we develop our customers. Coastal creates synergy between the large manufacturer, the quality contractor, and the specifying groups, with the primary goal of keeping the building owner’s best interest at the forefront.
The Sons of The American Legion, Detachment of Florida, a part of the Legion Family, exists to honor the service and sacrifice of Legionnaires. Members include males of all ages whose parents or grandparents served in the U.S. military and were eligible for American Legion membership. Thank you Sons for caring for Florida’s veterans and their families through your support of PROJECT: VetRelief!
Thank you to the following Squadrons for your support:
Erik M. Pelton & Associates PLLC is a boutique trademark law practice located in Falls Church, Virginia. EMP&A deals with anything and everything to do with U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) trademark and copyright protection. PROJECT: VetRelief is pleased to have the support of Erik Pelton and his team – as advisors, advocates, and partners.
Attorney Elizabeth Ricci has been described as an “immigration law expert” on MSNBC’s Reid Report. She has worked in the area of immigration law since 1989.
Ms. Ricci received the 2015 Second Judicial Circuit Florida Bar President’s Pro Bono Award for outstanding contributions for the good of the public. She was also profiled by Nova Southeastern University as an outstanding alumna for her work with US military veterans. The “Elizabeth Ricci Veterans Law Clinic Scholarship” was also established there in her honor.
Ms. Ricci has been a tremendous asset to PROJECT: VetRelief, handling Immigration cases for our veterans Pro Bono. We are proud to have Ms. Ricci Fighting the Good Fight with us!
During one of our fundraising events, Jason Hinote with RWPC, Inc. approached the PROJECT: VetRelief Team wanting to increase his level of support to the program. Growing up Jason’s uncle Terry was one of his heroes and served in Vietnam with the 101st Army Airborne Division. Jason saw the difficult time Terry had transitioning back into the civilian lifestyle and felt supporting PROJECT: VetRelief was a way to give back to his uncle and help other service members and their families.
RWPC, Inc.’s motto is “Protecting Things that Matter” through the Restoration, Waterproofing, and Protective Coatings of buildings. They pride themselves on building a reputation of reliability and quality for their customers and are compassionate about the construction industry. Jason and his father bring over 55 years of working in the industry and oversee the business from the office to the field.