Some think that the Founder of the Mission in Citrus is going to the extreme. Maybe.But something unusual , and out of the box has to happen to wake up Washington pretty soon. Our Veterans are remaining homeless and in need. Their voice needs to be heard and acted upon. They served their country with honor. And homelessness is not an acceptable reward for any Veteran.
The project is twofold. To send a powerful message to Washington that no Veteran should be homeless, and to help as many as possible in the woods and swamps.No Veteran should be homeless or in need. Unless people are on the front lines , they do not see that the homeless Veteran problem is increasing..Not decreasing as many in Congress would like people to believe..Americans only have their freedom thanks to many who died , and men and women who put their lives on the line to protect us.
The Mission in Citrus proudly presents our new 2013 Homeless Award to Walmart, and Inverness Florida store manager Larry Gamble and his supportive family. Their commitment to the homeless has helped with housing, food, and much more. We applaud them