Volunteers assist a homeless veteran move back to his home

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What makes America great is that groups like the The Home Depot Foundation and the Hoosier Veterans Association Foundation (HVAF) volunteered to assist a U S Air Force Veteran named Michael Malone move back to his childhood home.

Michael inherited his childhood home after his mother passed away. The catch was that the home needed repairs so Michael could go back to live in his residence in Indianapolis Indiana.

Since Michael did not have enough money to repair his late mother’s home, he was in a homeless shelter for veterans for the time being.

The HVAF and the Home Depot came to the rescue of Michael’s plight when 60 volunteers of the HVAF with the assistance of The Home Depot to repair the home where Michael called home since his childhood.

The HVAF volunteers are renovating the home where Michael will be calling home as soon as the volunteers purchase furniture so they can make the home of Michael nice so he can go to the home within a week.

It is nice to know that our brave men and women of our armed forces do care to help a member of their team needs a helping hand to find a place to call home once again.


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