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In Honor of Veterans Day, HELP USA Will Unveil Plans for New Veterans Facility in Philadelphia 

PHOTO OPPORTUNITY with Congressman Bob Brady, Senator Anthony Williams, and Maria Cuomo Cole, Chairman of the Board, to announce plans for new Hardy Williams Veterans Center

 WHO:             Congressman Bob Brady; Senator Anthony Williams, Maria Cuomo Cole, Chairman of the HELP USA board, HELP USA Philadelphia homes residents and participants from other HELP USA programs in Philadelphia.

WHAT:          Congressman Bob Brady, Senator Anthony Williams, and Maria Cuomo Cole, Chairman of the HELP USA board, will unveil rendering for new Hardy Williams Veterans Center. The center will be completed in 2014 and will include 61 units of permanent and supportive housing for veterans.  This center will be HELP USA’s fourth Philadelphia housing development.  The facility is named after former Pennsylvania Senator and public servant Hardy Williams. The event will include brief remarks, a flag raising by veterans, and a barbeque.  All the speakers will be available for comment.   

WHEN:          Monday, November 11th at 12pm

WHERE:       HELP USA’s Philadelphia Homes, 6100 Eastwick Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19142

WEBSITE:    HELP USA, www.helpusa.org

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About HELP USA

HELP USA is the leading national developer of housing and provider of jobs and services for homeless and at risk populations in the country, including families, veterans and victims of domestic violence. HELP has served more than 270,000 people since it was founded in 1986 and today serves more than 12,000 each year at 30 residences across the country. To date, HELP has developed more than 2,500 units of housing including transitional and permanent supportive service programs.

** Feature image Copyright: 2009 Joshua Nathanson, Creative Commons.