Veterans Spouse Project gives voice to the experiences of veterans’ spouses across generations by providing opportunities for creativity and healing through the arts while helping to bridge the gaps between civilian and military communities.
Mesa donated $5,000 to The Fire Watch Project, Inc. The Fire Watch Project, Inc. is a life-saving network of community members and organizations trained to identify the warning signs of veterans in crisis and to direct those veterans to the help they need.
Mesa Donates $7,000 To Help Heal Veterans. Since 1971, Heal Vets has been providing therapeutic craft kits to veterans and active duty military. Arts and crafts are a time-tested healing tool for PTSD, depression, anxiety, and can help relieve pain, improve mobility and fine motor skills.
Mesa donated $1,000 to Combat Veterans to Careers. Combat Veterans to Careers has partnered with local residents, clubs, businesses, colleges, and VA offices to bring combat veterans and their families “home” to a community that embraces them and provides education, understanding, and meaningful employment to minimize hardships.
Mesa donated $4,000 to Helmets to Hardhats. Helmets to Hardhats is a national, nonprofit program that connects transitioning active-duty military service members, veterans, National Guard and Reservists with skilled training and quality career opportunities in the construction industry.