Navy Vet w/ 6 kids needs our help

Mrs. Brittnay Davis is a Navy veteran who was service related injured during her stint, where she served about a year.  She is 60% disabled.

As a New Yorker, Mrs. Brittnay Davis knew a young man who died in the twin towers. She joined the Navy after 9-11 because of the tragic nature of 9-11 and its impact on the country and especially New Yorkers.

In July, she and her husband signed a lease for a house in Lawrenceville, where they, along with their 6 children could live. Upon moving into the home on July 31st, they discovered they had been scammed and she and her family were out of the home, and the hard saved $2400 in cash they used as a deposit on the home.

She is currently in DFACs housing and cannot wait to get out, but has no money for food, gas or other essentials until the end of the month when she gets her VA check, and her husband gets paid.

Our veterans charity, Phoenix Patriot Foundation (PPF) was contacted and fronted her some cash to get her, and her family, out of the hole. The local American Legion Post 140 also donated to help her.  Her hope is to be in another place by September 1st. 

The image is of Mrs. Davis, along with PPF CEO John Paulson and his wife, Mary. It was taken when PPF made our initial donation to her and her family.

We need your donations to help this veteran's family get back on their feet after they were the victims of heartless scam artists. 

UPDATE: Thanks to your generous donations, we've met our initial $5,000 goal. Your additional support will continue to help Mrs. Davis and her family, as well as post 9/11 injured and disabled veterans across the nation that the Phoenix Patriot Foundation has served for years...and will continue to serve for years to come.
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Organizer

Gabriel Sterling 
Organizer
Sandy Springs, GA
Phoenix Patriot Foundation 
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