Seneca Housing announced today the establishment of a partnership with Seneca Meadows and Seneca County Veterans Service Agency. The partnership establishes a security deposit assistance fund for Veterans in Seneca County. This is the first security deposit assistance program exclusively for Seneca County Veterans. The goal is to help with the transition and re-integration of our Veterans back into civilian society.
Seneca Meadows funded the partnership above and beyond their typical donations supporting local Veterans through a special philanthropic fund designated by their parent entity Waste Connections, Inc. The recipients were chosen by Corporate and Region leadership teams from amongst a group of very worthy organizations across the Eastern U.S.
“These men and women are true American heroes, and we owe them so much. We are grateful for this partnership with Seneca Meadows and Waste Connections to offer our Veterans a hand up back into civilian life,” offered Melissa Nesbit, Seneca Housing executive director.
“Seneca Housing is now armed with the necessary resources to support our local Veterans secure viable housing, and it is an honor and a privilege to be able to support our local Veterans,” added Seneca Meadows District Manager Kyle Black.
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