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VEO Visits Washington, D.C.
Frantz Fortune, VEO's Executive Director, made an appearance on Capital Hill this month, while attending the 2014 National Coalition of Homeless Veterans Conference, to meet with key leaders and discuss core policy issues among our military Veterans.
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A special "Thank You" to the staff at Deloitte for selecting VEO as a 2014 Impact Day recipient. The staff dedicated their time at the VEO campus aiding our Veterans with Resume Building, a "Dress for Success" class, and Skills Building.
These incredible volunteers also created a mural for our workforce development classroom and learning center at the campus.
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"We will continue to have the upmost respect for The Home Depot Foundation and The Home Depot family for their commitment to Veterans, and their mission “to ensure that every Veteran has a safe place to call home.”
- Frantz Fortune, Executive Director of (VEO)
Understanding the importance of our Veterans to obtain and keep a job, VEO is participating in a robust city-wide plan to help our veterans with employment by collaborating with other community service providers in addition to our own, Social Enterprise Initiatives.
Veterans Empowerment Organization (VEO) accepts homeless Veterans from the streets of Georgia into our unique & effective Housing First Program.
Our mission is to provide homeless Veterans housing and access to services on their journey back to an empowered and fulfilled life.
VEO is a place of hope where our community's compassion and resources come together.
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