Quality of Life: Bedroom Furniture For Two Girls
Quality of Life Foundation runs Wounded Veteran Family Care Program to support families who provide a substantial amount of care giving to a wounded, injured or ill veteran.
The mission of the Quality of Life Foundation is to improve the quality of life of individuals and families who provide daily, substantial care for catastrophically wounded, ill, or injured veterans. We want to ensure that every caregiving family is recognized, accepted, and supported in their civilian community. http://qolfoundation.org/
TDF has partnered with QOLF on multiple cases including:
- School supplies and clothes
- Mortgage payments
- Car repairs
- Therapeutic beds
- Auto loans
One of many success Stories with partner Quality of Life Foundation is bedroom furniture for two girls. Father Chaz lost both legs to an IED in 2011. Chaz is a double above knee amputee and has his right arm fused at an almost 90 degree angle due to injuries sustained from an IED explosion in Afghanistan. Chaz and Jessica have two preteen girls. The family moved into a newly built, specially adapted home. They saved their TSGLI to build their new home and have not had a house built for them by a nonprofit. We helped with furniture.
Learn more about their family here: http://adventuresofteamallen.blogspot.com