Charlie Daniels' Journey Home Project Donates $100k To Nashville Veterans Virtual Welcome Center
December 19, 2016 at 9:45 AM (PT)
THE JOURNEY HOME PROJECT co-founded by CHARLIE DANIELS, presented a check for $100,000 to OPERATION STAND DOWN TENNESSEE on behalf of NASHVILLE SERVING VETERANS COMMUNITY BOARD. The gift will be used to staff the BOARD's VIRTUAL WELCOME CENTER. DEVDIGITAL, a local full-service digital development firm that specializes in custom web development, enterprise and mobile application development, and web hosting, will provide the design and hosting of the site at no cost.
Commented THE JOURNEY HOME PROJECT co-founder DAVID CORLEW: “The true measure of growth in supporting our military community, is when like-minded AMERICANS realize a need, and then take action. CHARLIE, along with DEVDIGITAL, LT. GENERAL KEITH HUBER, OPERATION STAND DOWN and the board of THE JOURNEY HOME PROJECT are joining forces to create a NASHVILLE resource center that will serve our military families in the way they so deserve. We are experiencing the incredible success of a center such as this at the CHARLIE AND HAZEL DANIELS VETERANS AND MILITARY FAMILY CENTER on the MTSU campus. I feel honored to be a part of this amazing process.”
THE JOURNEY HOME PROJECT, which made 2016 a record year of giving with hundreds of thousands of dollars pledged to various initiatives, was founded to make a difference in the lives of AMERICAN veterans by helping to meet their education, healthcare and employment needs.