Wounded Warriors of Collier County Awarded $6,900 Grant From the Home Depot Foundation

Wounded Warriors of Collier County Awarded $6,900 Grant From the Home Depot Foundation

June 24, 2021  |  Naples, FL  – Wounded Warriors of Collier County (WWCollier.org) is proud to announce it has received a $6,900 grant from the Home Depot Foundation.  These funds will directly support the Bravo House by providing funds for supplies and materials that will be utilized for needed home improvements.  The Bravo House provides long-term, permanent affordable housing to local Veterans in Collier County who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.  The Bravo House is the second and newest home utilized for the Warrior Homes Program, which provides a healthy and safe living environment for Collier Veterans in need of a “Hand up, not a Hand out”.  

“We’re so thrilled and grateful that the Home Depot Foundation recognizes the important work we are doing in our community and is helping to support our efforts,” stated Dale Mullin, President, Wounded Warriors of Collier County. He added, “Their support will help further our mission to provide housing for homeless or at risk Veterans in our community.”  

About Wounded Warriors of Collier County

Established in Collier County, Wounded Warriors of Collier County is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization. The mission of Wounded Warriors of Collier County is to assist with the needs of Veterans and their families, with the focus on education, housing, and mental health. The vision of Wounded Warriors of Collier County is to see that “No Veteran is Left Behind” in Collier County.  For more information or to make a donation, please visit WWCollier.org.