A recent finance graduate at the University of Florida’s Warrington College of Business Administration, Christopher Dabney is knowledgeable about areas such as financial management and real estate investment. Dedicated to supporting his community, former United States Marine Christopher Dabney regularly donates to the Disabled American Veterans Organization.
Since its founding, the Disabled American Veterans Organization (DAV) has been providing veterans of all generations with lifetime support. Covering everything from rides to medical appointments to benefit claim assistance, the organization maintains several programs, including the Homeless Veterans Initiative.
Through the financial support of DAV’s Charitable Service Trust and Columbia Trust, the Homeless Veteran Initiative helps homeless veterans. The initiative not only promotes increased development of housing for homeless veterans, it also provides a variety of services that help homeless veterans return to self-sufficiency and productivity.
It is the DAV’s hope to eventually work with all levels of government to provide additional support to homeless veterans. Through such partnerships the organization’s goal is to develop more programs in cities around the United States. Any individuals who require assistance from the Homeless Veterans Initiative should contact the DAV.