My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Work Vessels For Vets Inc, Mystic, CT, USA
I have worked with Working Vessels for Veterans for several years, on a weekly basis. I am more than happy to attest to the great work they do for veterans, in a vastly underserved niche in the area of work-force reintegration for veterans. In truth, I don't know how they manage to do what they do. Its truly amazing how resourceful they are when it comes to obtaining equipment for veterans. I have referred many many of the veterans in my own program to them in the past, and will continue to do so in the future. They are absolutely part of the solution to the manifold problem of veterans post-combat, post-enlistment reintegration. They are miracle workers!
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Review for Operation Vet Fit, Mount Pleasant, SC, USA
I have extensive national experience as a veterans advocate and activist. I am honored to have been part of Operation Vet-Fit at its inception. It is a genuine grass-roots veterans community helping local veterans. Dan Gaita has gone to extraordinary lengths to make Op Vet-Fit the best not-for-profit for veterans that he can. He and his wife Erin are sustained by their passion and sense of community and camaraderie with our local veterans. This is definitely a worth-while not-for-profit doing important work that goes beyond just a gym. The gym usage is simply a gateway to more extensive services for the important transition work of reintegrating veterans into a post-combat, post-military civilian role, through work-force re-entry opportunities and access to education benefits.
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