Durham Girl Scouts Collect Items For Needy Vets

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: JAY BRYANT 240-299-2969 RALEIGH, NC, Saturday, May 16, 2015. A few months ago, 13 year-old Mary Margaret Johnson spotted a homeless veteran holding a cardboard sign at a stop light in Durham. It got her thinking about how she could help needy veterans. Her mother, Ruby, had recently read an […]

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DPS Joining Forces with VLC

The Stanley News & Press February 23, 2015 The following is from the Department of Public Safety: RALEIGH – The North Carolina Department of Public Safety is joining forces with the Veterans Leadership Council of North Carolina – Cares to better assist veterans that come in contact with the criminal justice system. Public Safety Secretary […]

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David Robinson Named Flag Day Man of the Year

June 14, 2014. David S. Robinson, a counsel at Nexsen Pruet in Raleigh has been named 2014 Flag Day Volunteer of the Year by the Veterans Leadership Council of North Carolina – CARES. In recognition of the honor, he was presented the “Flag Patch Plaque” – so-called because it contains a real U.S. Army Flag […]

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Homeless veterans in NC need, help June 3, 2014 The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have put Veterans Affairs under siege to provide more care, and the injuries sustained by many veterans will create for them lifelong needs. But these vets have another cruel challenge: The country they served still is recuperating from the worst financial crisis since the Great […]

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First phase of $11M Veterans Life Center in Butner to open in early 2015

Amanda Jones Hoyle, Staff Writer- Triangle Business Journal May 27, 2014 More details are coming out about the proposed new Veterans Life Center facility for homeless military veterans at the John Umstead  Hospital Complex in Butner. John Turner, executive director of the Raleigh nonprofit agency supporting the proposed Veterans Life Center, says the renovation of […]

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