Hope, Homes, and Heroes: Pastor Valentino of AAA Billiards, AZ Finest Billiards Table Moving Spearheads New Project for Homeless Veterans
Pastor Valentino of On the level Billiard and Pool Table Movers is making a difference in the lives of homeless and under served veterans. Too many veterans are finding themselves in the position of losing their homes and families after sacrificing themselves for our country. Hope, Homes, and Heroes is a new non-profit project to house and support those who have sacrificed for our country.
- Phoenix-Mesa, AZ (1888PressRelease) October 19, 2016 - Pastor Basil Valentino, also known as Pastor Valentino, is making a difference in the lives of veterans by spearheading a project to gift homes to homeless veterans. This is a unique concept. Known as Hope, Homes, and Heroesİ, USA, Pastor Valentino is organizing concert tours to raise funding and is dedicating all of the proceeds from his AAA Billiard and Pool Table Moving business. It is a humble walk of faith for Pastor Valentino. He has given large portions to veterans and to the needy. He continues to be active in supporting faith based businesses and community programs. This country, in its journey to political correctness and out of control greed, has turned its back on those who have served in the military in protecting the very rights that give this country its freedoms. Those freedoms don't and never have come "free", and now men and women who seek the support of the country they served are denied the benefits that they earned and deserve.
Pastor Valentino is supporting those veterans in many ways: health care, medications, and shelter are a few. Pastor Valentino, through Hope, Homes, and Heroesİ is spearheading a program to gift homes to homeless veterans and others who have given so much of their lives for others. Too many people have given of themselves in defense of our country and now are facing the loss of their homes, have no livelihood, or are in fact living on the streets, begging on street corners and court house lawns for money for food and medications. These people have been demeaned to the point of humiliation for their services to this country. Pastor Valentino has the finest passion for those who have sacrificed for others and is using his expertise and entrepreneurial experience as a venture capitalist, mortgage broker and pool table mover to support and give a hand up to this population. He provides help to many and asks for nothing in return.
In the words of Hope, Homes, and Heroesİ, our Vets need to hear how proud we are of them. For some, their life will never be normal again after war. Gratitude from those they're fighting for makes all the difference in their hearts and mind...To all of our Veteran's, WE ARE PROUD OF YOU! We are now fighting for you like you fought for us. Hope, Homes, and Heroes USAİ strives to foster community patriotic support for our U.S. Military Veterans by creating fundraising partnerships, both private and public. Present financing for housing is being provided through grants, donations, and fundraising activities and events.
Hope, Homes and Heroesİ currently owns 120 residential single-family and duplex homes. These homes range from 1600 to 2400 sq. ft. providing for quality, respectful living conditions designed to give a sense of pride and self-respect. We are currently taking home donations from both private and public entities. Our goal is to acquire homes at discounted rates that may or may not require rehab and updating. Volunteers with construction experience are welcome to contact us at any time.
We are committed to ending homelessness and poverty among Veterans. We are committed to outreach to proactively seek out Veterans in need of housing assistance, connecting homeless and at-risk Veterans with housing solutions. We collaborate with federal, state, and local agencies to provide affordable housing options for Veterans.
Our U.S. military, particularly the lower and mid-range enlisted and their families, often endure extreme financial stress, coupled with multiple, lengthy deployments and the rigors of military life. Our transitioning veterans often take years before catching up with their civilian peers in securing sustainable employment. This lengthy financial stress takes its toll. Too often it means that a veteran also loses their family and home as a part of his or her sacrifice to our country. Hope, Homes, and Heroesİ is committed to honoring our veterans for their service who have sacrificed so much for our freedoms.
For more information, contact Pastor Valentino through http://www.hopehomesandheroesusa.org