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Making a Difference in the Lives of Homeless Veterans


Once again I am overwhelmed by the support of our wonderful community! This past week, over 40 individuals from well-known corporations throughout Orange County gathered at the Tustin Veterans Outpost in support of the cause of ending homelessness for veterans, one life at a time. Each of these companies have committed to sponsor the Tustin Veterans Outpost for a month of the year, for a total of $29,000 in support of veterans in need!

I am so thankful to each of these companies for their desire to care for our veterans. Most of all, I would like to extend a huge thanks to the Exchange Club of Tustin. The Exchange Club became the bridge between the Rescue Mission and the community, as they reached out to each of these corporations to spread the word of the work happening at the Outpost, and how they could make a difference.

Due to their tireless efforts, the Tustin Veterans Outpost is now sponsored for almost the entire year of 2017! I am so thankful for the wonderful friends the Rescue Mission has in the Exchange Club of Tustin and the business community. I would also to personally thank the following organizations for their support:

Enderle Center

Wilson Automotive Group

Blue Buoy Swim School

Tustin Field Gas & Food

The OC Auto Team & Tustin Mazda, Huntington Beach Mazda, & Tustin Hyundai

West Coast Arborists

Waste Management Orange County

Balfour Beatty Construction

Camel Financial, Inc.

Tustin Toyota

Care Ambulance Service

CR&R Environmental Service

If you or your corporation are interested in supporting homeless veterans and their families, please consider becoming one of the monthly sponsors for the Tustin Veterans Outpost. We are in need of two more corporations, groups or individuals to join the ranks of the following sponsors to make a difference in the lives of homeless veterans:


Giving online is easy, safe, and quick. Your donation will make an immediate impact to provide meals, shelter and services for a homeless family in desperate need of a hand up to self-sufficiency.


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