Soldiers and their families from across the nation are sent to the Louis B. Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center for treatment of the physical and psychological wounds of war. But many of our wounded warriors cannot bring their wives, husbands, children or parents with them while they receive treatment because they cannot afford the cost of lodging while they get the care they so desperately need.
The Greater Cleveland Fisher House has committed to raising funds to build veterans and their families a home where they can stay at no cost while their loved ones get the help they need.
With your help, we can break ground on the Greater Cleveland Fisher House by 2013. When it is completed, the Greater Cleveland Fisher House will house families of wounded veterans at no cost while they are in Cleveland for treatment.
But it won’t happen without your generosity. Sometimes, “thank you for your service” is simply not enough.
Please answer the “Call to Duty” and make a contribution today. Let’s give injured veterans and their families a place to heal now that they’re home.