Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Local businesses advertise to raise money for Veterans Inc. Maine

To honor September 11, 2016, The Windham Eagle organized an advertising campaign with each ad sold donating a portion to Veterans, Inc. - Maine. The fundraising efforts raised $260 to be sent to their Lewiston headquarters to benefit local veterans.

Veterans Inc. is New England’s leading provider of support services to veterans and their families. A 501 (c)(3) nonprofit, the organization’s mission is to help veterans re-gain control of their lives so they can eliminate homelessness among veterans. Veterans Inc. has a residential facility in Lewiston which houses veterans who otherwise might be homeless and helps them with employment, training and support services. They also have mobile outreach and services at offices in both Lewiston and Portland. 

“The Veterans Inc. Maine team provides homeless veterans and veterans who are at risk of becoming homeless with transitional housing, assistance accessing permanent housing, counseling, case management, employment services, job training, family support programs, benefits counseling and advocacy and temporary financial assistance.”

Veterans Inc. has helped more than 55,000 veterans.

For more information on Veterans Inc. or if you know a veteran in need please visit or call 800-482-2565. They offer emergency assistance 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You can also find them on Facebook.

Whether the veteran is male or female, from World War II or Iraq, physically or mentally disabled, or struggling with PTSD or substance abuse, Veterans Inc. is determined to provide what that veteran needs within a culture that affirms the individual’s dignity, uncovers his or her inner strengths, and promotes self-determination and independence.

If you missed these pages in the September 16th edition, please visit our website at to see the flipbook with over 50 supporting advertisers.

Thank you to our local business advertisers for making this wonderful contribution possible and please remember to always support your local small businesses! <

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