Help Us to HELP Veterans and Others in Need!

Johnny Alamillo is an Army Veteran, honorably discharged. He served in the Vietnam-era, and was living in his mobile home with his fiancé, Kristina Thom. They lived in the Casitas Springs area of Ventura County. Their mobile home was destroyed in a fire that inspectors believe may have been caused by a surge in a power pole near their home, run by SCE. While the investigation continues, Johnny and Kristina are homeless. We were able to get them help through various Veterans organizations in the area, and they are now housed in the "homeless motel" in Ventura, California.

Unfortunately, there's a waiting list for housing vouchers through the VA. We're working with two different VA offices, and hope to have them in permanent housing soon. But this costs money that they don't have. Their small pensions are going to pay for the clean up of their mobile home space, attorney investigations into the fire, and also to investigate preliminary reports that there was asbestos in their mobile home that was not disclosed to them.

PLEASE help us with our campaign to get Johnny and Kristina the help they need to get their live back together. They also need to pay for documents to be recovered so that they can apply for a Veterans Aid & Attendance Benefit for which we were able to get them pre-qualified. But it costs money to do these things.

And we need cash to help other LOCAL Veterans. Veterans like Roy Muncy, who is currently homeless, living on the streets of Oxnard, California, usually without shoes. We need to get him more than the socks and meals that we've given him up to now.

Richard Aliano is a Vietnam-era Veteran who is disabled and uses a wheelchair to get around. Richard needs a new wheelchair ramp at his small apartment, and could use help with deposit money to get out of the place he's in now, due to bed bugs. We've talked to his landlord and have tried to get fumigation done, but the landlord says it will require Richard and his girlfriend to move for a week, possibly two, due to other wall and floor repairs that may have to be made. Those are costs he cannot afford.

Due to COVID, the economy, and the housing crisis, usual avenues of assistance are not available for these Veterans. There are poor and disabled seniors that need help with home cleaning, manicures & pedicures for health reasons, not polish. There are poor and disabled people who need storage space for a short time so they can transition from being temporarily homeless due to job losses and tragic life events. And so many more. We love receiving all of the donations of clothing, furniture, shoes, appliances and more. But those require funds to store, distribute and maintain. We desperately need your help. Thank you!54954154_1614474714537699_r.jpeg54954154_1614474683217956_r.jpeg54954154_1614474749322078_r.jpeg54954154_161447479522585_r.jpeg54954154_1614474814264296_r.jpeg54954154_1614474825886518_r.jpeg54954154_1614474839895111_r.jpeg

                                    PLEASE HELP US TO HELP MORE HUMANS!

                                                          It will make a difference!


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Brandons Battalion 
Oxnard, CA
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