Filling a Food Pantry, Final Days with Dignity and More Services in Pueblo
In this episode, a 17 year old filling a vital food pantry; living your final days with dignity; more services for Veterans coming to Pueblo and a Veteran radio show host spreading the word!
Seventeen year old James Irwin Charter School honor student, Janelle Rivera, is leading a five-school drive to fill Mt. Carmel's nearly empty food pantry and Hope Closet with food, clothing and toys. The Lets Give Back event is being hosted by Mt. Carmel April 15, and will feature the treat of lunch for those who donate!
Janelle comes from a military family who were once Mt. Carmel clients in need of assistance. And now that they are in a better place, they are giving back to see it paid forward.
LEARN MORE ABOUT LETS GIVE BACK Call: 719-772-7000
Cassime (keh-SEEM) Joseph is leading our expansion to the Pueblo market as host of the Veterans Voice Pueblo radio broadcast and podcast. He is an Army veteran and student at CSU Pueblo majoring in mass communications with an emphasis on multimedia journalism; operations director for CSU Pueblo's media department and the KTSC 89.5 FM radio station; feature writer and photo journalist for school's The Today newspaper; president of the Student Veterans of America CSU Pueblo chapter and an active member of the Black Student Union.
The Veterans Voice Project presented by USAA is an Mt. Carmel Veterans Service Center service. Veterans Voice Colorado Springs is produced in the OPTUM Podcast Studio, distributed via the Medicare Mentors Veterans Voice Podcast Channel, powered by Technology Partner Colorado Computer Support, and made possible in part by Supporting Partner, The WireNut Home Services.
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