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Our Donors

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Donors

Thank You to Our Incredible Donors

Cascade Community Development Veterans Services extends its deepest gratitude to all our generous donors. Your unwavering support fuels our mission to serve those who have bravely served our nation. Without your compassion, dedication, and generosity, the vital work we do for our veteran community would be nearly impossible.

Every contribution, whether big or small, makes a significant impact on the lives of our veterans and their families. It is because of your kindness and commitment that we can provide essential services, support, and resources to those who have sacrificed so much for our country.

Join Us in Making a Difference

As we express our gratitude, we also extend an invitation to those who share our passion for serving veterans. By becoming a part of the Cascade Community Development (CCD) family, you can make a tangible difference in the lives of those who have served our nation.

Your Support Matters

Your support matters more than words can express. Together, we can continue to honor, empower, and uplift our veterans. Join us in our mission today by donating and becoming a valued member of the CCD community. Together, we can ensure that no veteran is left behind.

Thank you for your generosity and for standing with us in our commitment to serve those who have served us all.

With heartfelt gratitude,

Cascade Community Development Veterans Services

Individual Donations: 

Kaileigh, Kelli, Katherine, Monica, Tyler, Jackson, Private, Deborah, David, Dana, Private, 

 

Product Donations From:

Akron Urban League

BJs Warehouse Gift Card

Cleveland Clinic Akron General Community Relations

Mrs. Howard in memory of her husband

(CWOIII) Melvin B. Howard, who served
The United States Coast Guard for 25 years.

Wesley Temple A.M.E. Zion Church
Sew Inspired United Women in Faith
CFM Community Outreach

The McDowell Family
The Patterson Family
The Hale Family

G & R Auto Care Inc. CFO
Mr. & Mrs. Mendel Hill
Mrs. Lolita Adair in Memory of her husband
Veteran Robert Adair, United States Army
WW11

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