We're building their new fence! Thank you,Home Depot!
Veteran Amputees, young and very young, prepare to move into their new temporary home at Warrior Foundation Freedom Station.
Located in an older section of downtown San Diego, Warrior Foundation Freedom Station is a complex of older cottages, each one made over to accept an amputee occupant.
These Veterans have been through the US Naval Regional Medical Center for amputation and treatment, and have received their prosthesis. They're ready to leave the hospital, but not quite ready to be
completely on their own.
Freedom Foundation Warrior Station is the very best facility they can be moved to as they transition to life as a capable amputee.
Veteran amputees stand outside the offices of the complex of cottages known as Warrior Foundation Freedom Station.
The fence surrounding this unique property is rotten and falling down.
This is NOT the cute little decorative fence between the cottages you see in the opening picture above. This will be a sturdy fence around the perimeter of this property.
American Culture Council, Inc., partnered with The Home Depot Stores, will be building a new fence for the safety of this property and its citizens.
This fence is going to be a modern marvel, because the same people who built the fence for Veteran Joel Brown will be building this fence.
NOTHING is too good for our Veterans!
Some of the Veterans who live here are going to help build this fence. A good time will be had by all!!!
Thank you to all donors to American Culture Council! Your donations keep us going, so we can help MORE Veterans!
If you haven't donated yet, please click on the red button and donate - you'll receive a Tax-Exempt letter for your donations.
Once we know the start date of the fence-building, we'll keep you posted!