Project Help Provides Aid To Needy Veterans & Their Families
Started in December of 2013 as a Lions Club project, it was the creation of Sandy Mitchell to assist Catholic Charities in acquiring clothing and financial contributions to the Unmet Needs fund for veterans in crisis. The project serves the homeless and needy veterans community and their families.
Incorporated as a nonprofit in 2016, Project Help expanded its mission to include developing a network of resources willing to work with vets and their families.
Many of the veterans we work with are suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and other disabilities that limits them in many ways.
Many vets are homeless or on the verge of homelessness.
Project Help and our partners strive to help our heroes over the hurdles of life.
The mission of Project Help is to provide all Veterans and their families the necessary logistics support and financial resources to be professionally and personally successful, and to help those who served make successful transitions from military to civilian careers. We do this through partnerships with corporations, government organizations and other non-profits.
Project Help has relationships with a wide array of medium and large businesses, universities, government agencies and Veteran service organizations, all of which provide services or employment opportunities for Veterans and their families. We have learned that many Veterans struggle to connect with all of the resources in their local communities; Project Help engages this issue head on by bringing together all of the resources necessary for personal and professional success.
Would you like to join us in our mission? Visit "Ways to Help" or contact Sandy at 973-875-2068