To show our support for those who have served our country, Case Paper has made donations to local veteran-focused organizations near each of our divisions. Click on the title of each organization to view their website and donate if you wish!

Caring Services, High Point, NC:

Caring Services works with the Veterans Administration to provide a housing and treatment program for homeless veterans. The housing component of this program is called the “Vet Safety Net” and is an up to two-year program that is designed to help veterans access benefits, healthcare, substance use disorder treatment, and secure permanent housing. They have 12 beds for veterans in the program. Not all veterans have medical coverage through the VA, so this donation will go to assisting in covering their cost. Currently, three individuals that are staying at the facility do not have insurance.

Veterans Multi-Service Center, Philadelphia, PA:

VMC’s mission is to provide services, program, opportunity, and advancement to veterans of the U.S Military and their families. Some services include working with veterans to find employment, housing assistance, women’s veteran programs, and benefits and entitlement assistance.

Heroes Warehouse, Fontana, CA:

The veterans assisted by this organization are vetted and referred to Heroes Warehouse by a case manager through Loma Linda VA, San Bernardino, Riverside Hud-Vash, or High Desert Veterans. To date, Heroes Warehouse, Inc. has assisted more than 5,600 veterans with furniture and housewares at no cost to them. They are 100% volunteer-based and work on Tuesday and Thursday by appointment only.

Veteran Service Office for Dearborn County, Lawrenceburg, IN

Meet the members of the Lawrenceburg Veteran Service Office for Dearborn County. The have 3,700 veterans in the county and provide transport vans that make daily trips to the VA hospital down in Cincy. They have five veteran volunteers who drive for them. They just purchased two new transport vans last year with chair lifts, so funds are currently very low. Pictured here is the crew who makes this all possible. Member Dave Currence was shocked we found them and said, “Thank you so much for thinking of us with your generous donation.”