iPower 92.1FM is back in the habit of things this month learning and leading the way to a better city, a better community and better neighborhoods everywhere. We recently took on a community service visit and tour of the Richmond Fisher house, a unique opportunity for war veterans’ families to receive lodging and care during certain extraneous medical conditions as a result of their servitude.
Our very own DJ King Tutt and Miss Community Clovia took the tour with Fisher House management Wayne Walker and a few special guests from Senior Connects, the Capital Area Agency on Aging, to discover what makes it all work in the best interests of all families involved. However, it doesn’t end there. You too can be apart of the Fisher House initiatives by freely donating household items and goods based on the organizations pre-determined wish list (see links below). We’re not asking you to give haphazardly, we’re just asking you to open your eyes and find ways to make the world a better place for thousands of military families all over. And guess what, the easiest part of it starts right here in our backyards.
Check out our experience below live from the Fisher House as we take a look around to find out what we the city of Richmond can do to support, to help and to continue to serve the war veterans who have served us for so long.
We’re always out and about in the community. What are you doing this year to help serve your city’s war veterans? Share your thoughts with us below on the message board using your Twitter or Facebook profile to log in and leave a comment. We want to hear from you!
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