Extreme Energy Solutions is committed to working with Project Help and will offer up part of its cause marketing efforts to help raise awareness and action in assisting Veterans and their families in need. – Samuel Burlum, EES President/CEO
Parsippany, New Jersey (PRWEB)
September 01, 2017
Green Tech company Extreme Energy Solutions Inc., had teamed up with the non-profit organization Project Help, a non-profit organization created for the purposes of assisting homeless, displaced, and disabled Veterans and their families. EES continued its partnership in promoting and supporting the cause during Project Help’s Open House, held in Parsippany, New Jersey.
Project Help’s Open House event, recently held in June of 2017, brought individuals, companies, small businesses, volunteers, and Veterans together with the intent to have a continued discussion on how to be of better service to Veterans in need. Board Members of Project Help spoke of the efforts and contributions they were making to the organization and encouraged other attendees to get involved if they were not yet taking steps to help Veterans.
One of the current initiatives of Project Help has been to get their mobile closet on the road, which can visit locations known for having a high concentration of homeless and displaced Veterans. This will enable Veterans to frequent the closet and gather up needed items, including clothing and toiletries; all to help Veterans prepare in finding work, so a Veteran can get on their feet.
Project Help’s Mobile Closet consists of a former school bus, donated by George’s Salvage, of Newton, New Jersey, which is being converted into a “closet” on wheels. It will be retrofitted with racks and storage abilities so Veterans can easily search and choose clothing and other items they may need, at no charge to the Veteran.
“Since most homeless or displaced Veteran’s do not have transportation, it was necessary to create a program where Veterans can get their needs met without the struggle of finding a ride to a faraway destination. The converted bus was a perfect solution to the situation,” said Sandy Mitchell, founder and Executive Director of Project Help.
“When we heard of what Project Help was trying to accomplish, we were right on board with it, and so…