Non-profit donates more than $2 million in volunteer hours in support of veterans

Nathan Witt, left, voluntary service officer with the Harry S Truman Memorial Veterans’ Hospital in Columbia, Mo., visits with volunteers Charlie Smith and Devon Smith.

Nathan Witt, left, voluntary service officer with the Harry S Truman Memorial Veterans’ Hospital in Columbia, Mo., visits with volunteers Charlie Smith and Devon Smith.

As is frequently the case with many companies, when someone acquires the necessary years of service to secure a retirement, their contributions to the organization oftentimes cease — or at a minimum — decline.

Nevertheless, with respect to the United States military, those who have served are joined by a legion of supporters in ensuring the sacrifices of veterans are never forgotten, and that our nation’s heroes continue to receive an inspiring level of support long after war’s end.

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As a direct reflection of this selfless service, the Silver Star Families of America (SSFOA) recently announced the donation of more than $2 million to the Veterans Health Administration in the form of volunteer hours and material.

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