Volunteer to help injuried veterans from Iraq

Monday, Jul 25, 2011  |  Updated 1:22 PM PDT
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The mission of Sentinels of Freedom is to provide life-changing opportunities for men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces who have suffered severe, permanent injuries post 9/11 - primarily in Iraq or Afghanistan. These warriors greatly benefit from the care and loving support of grateful communities willing to assist them as they set out to achieve their goals and dreams.

Volunteer Community Team: A community team - volunteers made up of business professionals and civic-minded community members mentor, guide and provide advice (examples: case worker and physician to ensure proper health care; legal assistance with setting up will; financial adviser to assist with setting up budget and understanding sound financial principals). These volunteers fulfill many roles over the course of the four years and can also include sourcing employment opportunities and introducing the Veteran to their new community. This team of volunteers are with the Veteran long after they have graduated from our program.

Click here to volunteer

Ways to become involved..

Office assistance-answering the phone, grant research, general correspondence

Mentor a veteran here in the Bay Area – we currently have teams but can always utilize more people or if you have a skill set.

Contact : Carla Goulart

www.sentinelsoffreedom.org

925 353 7100 – office

925 818 2725 – cell

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