Henry Donates $50,000 to National Veterans Foundation
Los Angeles, Calif., Oct. 22
As part of the company’s $1 million charitable pledge in celebration of its twenty-fifth anniversary, Henry Repeating Arms presented a check for $50,000 to the National Veterans Foundation during their 37th anniversary gala at the famed Hollywood American Legion theater.
The National Veterans Foundation’s mission is to serve the crisis management, information and referral needs of all U.S. veterans and their families through management and operation of the nation’s oldest toll-free, vet-to-vet helpline, public awareness programs to shine a light on the needs of America’s veterans, and outreach services to provide food, clothing, transportation, employment, and shelter to veterans in need.
Shad Meshad, President & Founder of the National Veterans Foundation accepted the check from Henry Repeating Arms Communications Director Dan Clayton-Luce following a brief speech.
“I am here tonight from Henry Repeating Arms because we believe in the NVF’s vet-to-vet principles and its mission of providing a lifeline to veterans through crisis management and critical outreach,” said Clayton-Luce. “We respect and admire the extraordinary accomplishments the NVF has achieved in its 37-year history, and I congratulate the entire organization on this special anniversary.”
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