Disabled American Veterans Indiana Service Foundation donates funds to HVAF to support veterans
A $15,000 donation from the Disabled American Veterans Indiana Service Foundation will help HVAF continue to operate three properties for homeless veterans that do not receive annual grant support through other sources.
“After talking to HVAF President/CEO Dr. Charles Haenlein, we felt our resources could go a long way in changing the lives of veterans at these three HVAF facilities,” says Mike Whelihan of the DAVISF. “The $5,000 we pledged to each of the three properties will cover costs related to utilities, general maintenance and landscaping, and we are proud to help provide quality shelter for these homeless heroes.”
HVAF houses more than 200 veterans across Central Indiana and each property is unique. We thank Mike and the rest of his peers at the DAVISF for helping support our comprehensive services to return veterans to self-sufficiency.
Mike Whelihan with DAVISF with Dr. Charles Haenlein