The Team chose to help HVAF and prepared a meal for the residents of the Residential, Employment and Substance Abuse Treatment (REST) program. The Team also dined with the residents and met with the leaders of HVAF to learn about their services and programs to help veterans in Central Indiana.
During the visit they presented HVAF with a check for nearly $5,800, comprising the funds collected by teams at our Operations and Meridian Center facilities during the week of Veterans Day plus an additional matching contribution from Rolls-Royce.
DLT member and US Army veteran Adam Riddle said “It was a truly rewarding and humbling experience for all of us. Organizations like the HVAF do great work helping veterans who have fallen on hard times to get back on their feet.”
“I think we all enjoyed being able to put something back into the community in which Rolls-Royce plays an integral role and also found it a great way of strengthening our team dynamic.”