The mission of Patrick McCaffrey Foundation is to promote mental and holistic wellness
and palliative care among veterans returning from the war in Iraq and Afghanistan,
especially those suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and TBI,
by providing a live-in retreat village, wherein with the help of trained professional staff of volunteers,
veterans will find inner healing and an eventual re-entry into society.
The Patrick McCaffrey Foundation and associates,
is a nonprofit, charitable, IRS 501 c3,
that provides activities to benefit American military veterans and their families.
The activities include programs and services that help support veterans of
Afghanistan and Iraq wars to transition back to their families and communities.
Promoting self-green sustainability.
Helping homeless veterans with survival and housing.
Providing resources and answers to benefits and service related personal human rights.
Advocacy and solutions.
Giving a voice of power to our veterans.
Below is some of our information, I'm not sure if we have e-mailed this information to you before.
We would like to provide services for more families but will need your help in having the families
get in contact with us or obtain their information.
Below is a description of the services that the children or spouse of the fallen will receive.
Professional Tutors of America would like to offer the following services to the nationwide
surviving dependents of the fallen in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars:
1. A minimum of one hour of free tutoring per week.
2. The tutoring will be for K-12 students and surviving spouses who are continuing their education.
3. The tutoring will take place in home or a nearby location.
We have been in the business of helping kids for over 25 years. The company is owned an
operated by a veteran, Bob Harraka.
Thank you Nadia. I will call to update you.
If you have any questions please let me know.
Sincerely, Ernesta Brito
(714) 784-3455 or (800) 832-2487 Ext. 255
The Patrick McCaffrey Foundation, named after Sergeant Patrick R. McCaffrey,
the first California National Guard, since WWII, (from the 579th Engineer Battalion from Petaluma),
to lose his life in Iraq on June 22, 2004, is committed to bringing healing and hospice,
as well as career counseling and training, to veterans returning from the war in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Its founding member and President, Nadia McCaffrey, mother of Sergeant Patrick McCaffrey,
wants to carry on the work her son would have pursued had his life not been curtailed so prematurely.
Patrick, who did not expect to be deployed to Iraq, decided to honor the commitment he made to help people
by going to Iraq as a leader and Combat Life Saver,
bringing healing and love to his fellow soldiers and the Iraqi children.
|© 2006-2016, Nadia McCaffrey, the Patrick McCaffrey Foundation & the villages, all rights reserved ©
Formed in 2006-2007, the organization is a peace based organization for
members of the military who have served in the war, we are focusing on the Iraq & Afghanistan conflicts, however, this foundation is to help all war veterans . We believe the best way
to support our troops is to bring them home now and take care of them when they get here.
Giving veterans a chance.
One on One attention and Home-Like Care, like a family, a second Home