Providing Support to Homeless Heroes
At the national level, roughly 1.4 million American veterans are considered at-risk due to poverty, hunger, or lack of critical support. In Michigan, there are more than 10,000 homeless veterans living on our streets. These brave men and women have served their country bravely, and our team at the John Williams Agency is deeply saddened to learn that so many of our heroes have fallen into misfortune.
Ambassadors for At-Risk Veterans
The John Williams Agency is now an official Regional Ambassador for the #AgentsofChange movement, and our mission is to help provide for at-risk veterans in the Richmond area. We will be leading a series of outreach efforts to provide food, housing, financial assistance, and medical support to homeless, hungry, and at-risk veterans right here in our community.
There are many who need our help, and we won’t be able to reach them all without your help.
How You Can be Part of this Campaign
To be part of this ongoing campaign, we’re asking you to invite your friends, neighbors, loved ones, and co-workers into your nearest John Williams Agency office for a free insurance consultation. When they arrive, we will provide them with more information on this campaign. And when they leave, we will issue a contribution IN YOUR NAME to a local support effort that operates on behalf of displaced or at-risk veterans.
We Hope you Join Us
This campaign provides you and your family with an opportunity to give back to the men and women who put their lives at risk to keep us safe. We hope you will join us.
The John Williams Agency
Nationally, over 1.4 million US Veterans struggle with hunger, lack of access to medical care, and poverty, and more than 10,000 veterans here in Michigan are homeless. The John Williams Agency is announcing the launch of an extended campaign to offer relief, support, and gratitude to the brave men and women who risked their lives […]
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