National Association of American Veterans, Inc. Receives Winter Cap Gifts for Seniors

On Friday, February 7, 2020, the National Association of American Veterans, Inc. (NAAV) president, chief executive officer and veterans’ service officer Constance A. Burns donated hand knitted winter caps to Seniors residing at the Forest Hills of DC located at 4901 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Washington, DC. The Forest Hills of DC is a rehabilitation services for seniors in partnership with Select Rehabilitation. The Rehabilitation Senior Facility provides physical, occupational, and speech therapy and inclusive Senior Living to seniors residing in the greater Washington metropolitan area. Other areas of senior care include pain management, post-orthopedic, neurological condition, dysphagia treatment, gait/balance training, and restorative programs. Forest Hills of DC is a full-service community with light-filled dining rooms, choice-filled meals, a walk around garden, full-service beauty salon and barber shop, respite services. Formerly known as The Methodist Home, Forest Hills of DC is a private, non-for-profit, full-service retirement organization established 130 years ago. The heart of the private rehabilitation facility is to provide assisted living, skilled nursing, and sub-acute rehab to resident.

Meanwhile, NAAV, Inc. received sixty-nine (69) hand-knitted winter caps donated by Linda S. Cunningham, Founder of Sharing Love of Indianapolis, Indiana to give to homeless Veterans residing in the greater Washington metropolitan area. The market value of gift is $1,380. All donations to NAAV, Inc. are tax deductible to the fullest extent of federal and local law. “Thank you NAAV for the beautiful hand knotted winter caps donated by Sharing Love of Indianapolis, IN for homeless Veterans in the greater Washington metropolitan area.” Forest Hills of DC Staff Senior Living Residents, Washington, DC.

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NAAV is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization established in 2005 and incorporated in 2006 to support severely injured Service men and women, disabled Veterans, and their caregivers nationwide most in need. NAAV provides emergency assistance referrals, counseling referrals, legal, respite care, employment, housing and claims and benefits assistance to our Service members and Veterans.

Your support would mean we can continue to provide needed support and assistance to the over 20,000 Veterans and their families that we serve each year. We are providing links to two videos that share more about the work we support. The first Video is of our Combined Federal Campaign video for 2019 and the second video features NAAV’s Board Member Alvin Shell, U.S. Army Veteran (Retired) and Chief Security for the Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Washington, DC, who was chosen by the Combined Federal Campaign to highlight how important it is to give to the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC),

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Please take a few minutes today or over the weekend to think about what you can do to help our military families in 2020 and beyond. It’s because of you-our volunteers, donors, and partners that over 20,000 families across this nation received guidance, directions, resources, and referrals in 2019.

Your generosity, not only throughout the holidays but the entire year, reached every family that came through our doors seeking immediate help. Thank you for your financial support!

We are deeply grateful,

Constance A. Burns

President and CEO

Veterans Service Officer

Chair, Board of Directors

National Association of American Veterans, Inc.

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