Work Vessels for Vets, Inc. Earns 2018 GuideStar Platinum Award Highest Level of Recognition for Nonprofit Transparency and Integrity
Glenburn, Maine - Starting a farm is hard work. It is even harder when your combat injuries make even normal tasks complicated. This week, thanks to the generosity of several parties, a highly decorated Glenburn, Maine Army combat veteran Maj. Rob Jones received a large Allis Chalmers 60 HP tractor delivered to his farm to make his work a little easier.
Tennessee Wounded Vet Starts Equine Rescue Farm with Truck from WVFV with support from Nashville’s Music City Motor Sports
Tennessee veteran, US Marine Corps Lance Cpl Philip “Mark” Rhyne received the keys to Chevy Silverado truck for his Equine Rescue and PTSD Therapy Program from Work Vessels for Veterans nonprofit and Music City Motor Sports.
Work Vessels For Veterans, Inc. Awards $1000 of Construction Tools to Navy Veteran James Wright, former Medic to Marines in Iraq and Afghanistan
Work Vessels For Vets, Inc., delivers a new tractor to severely wounded Marine
On June 3, 2017, severely injured US Marine Corporal Sean Adams of Maysville, Georgia received a special delivery from Work Vessels for Vets, Inc., a Connecticut-based nonprofit that equips America’s veteran-entrepreneurs with the tools they need for self-employment. Work Vessels for Vets, Inc. using funds from an anonymous donor, purchased a specially adapted John Deere tractor valued at $60,000 to help Sean manage his 67 acre farm. A recipient of the Purple Heart from injuries sustained in Afghanistan, he recently moved into his Smart Home built by RISE and the Gary Sinese Foundation.
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