Southern California Wheelchair
Rating: 3 stars 2 2 reviews 964
17162 Grand Ave B Lake Elsinore CA 92530 USA
To aid and assist veterans of the armed forces in southern california who are disabled, paralyzed, confined in wheelchairs, terminally ill, hospitalized, or confined in nursing homes to a more qualified way of life through recreation, holiday programs, and other services. Holiday programs include easter and christmas gift basket distribution, 4th of july and veterans day picnics, and other picnics. Additionally, computers, dvd's, internet and cable tv service were provided to veterans, there was funding of the iraqui veteran center, awnings were provided for hospital courtyards, patient scooters were provided for use in the hospital, and funding was provided for the national wheelchair games, golden age wheelchair games, other sports and recreation programs which have included snow skiing, surfing, swimming, kayaking, and fishing, pizza parties for in-patients, art & photography programs, exercise equipment, and other supporting activities of that nature.
Programs for veterans - holiday programs, picnics, computers, dvd's, internet and cable tv service, national wheelchair games, golden age games, awnings for hospital, patient scooters, wheelchairs, iraqi veteran center and other supporting activities of that nature.
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I have read few negative comments re the trash bags sold by the SC wheelchair vets. I have been getting then for a few years now. No complaints. I find them strong and durable--I even got some for my daughter. Don't know what all the hollering is about...I think they do great work--they are small and trying to make a difference--I enjoy supporting them and have never been harassed by them .
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August 22, 2012
Southern California Wheelchair Veterans Association
17162 Grand Avenue, Suite B
Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
I just received my 100 13 gallon trash bags. I made a check out for $49.95 as agreed. I then checked you out. First Googiling you and eventually getting to your web site. Your testimonials are great. You donate a lot of “canteen books”, which provide hair cuts, etc. to veterans (according to your switchboard operator). I also saw several cash donations as well as computers. That is great but I can get a lot more bang for my buck by taking a check to LB VA Memorial hospital, which I will do.
During my web search I also discovered you are President of EJC Enterprises, Inc. I could not find your website. Every business has a website.
I have to believe you are a complete fraud and will investigate how to get you shutdown.
If you send me a shipping container and return postage I would gladly return your trash bags.
PS: Please put me on your don’t call list.
Bet this one does not end up on your websites testimonials.
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