A message to our supporters from the Carroll County Veterans Independence Project Board of Directors.
Regards To All:
If you have not already heard, the Federal Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has not approved our application (2nd attempt) to obtain the former USAR building located at 404 Malcolm Drive here in Westminster to establish a Veterans Services Center.
Following several meetings with County staff and coordination with the Federal General Services Administration and HHS staff the CCVIP Board has voted not to pursue a third attempt to obtain the building from the Federal government.
This is not an end to CCVIP but a new beginning and a refocusing of our efforts to establish a Veterans Services Center here in Carroll County. CCVIP is pursuing other properties and locations throughout the Westminster area.
We will continue to work with our County partners to insure an integrated approach in serving our veterans and their family members. We will continue to keep you informed of our progress and as always thank you for your support of this important initiative.
Frank A. Valenti
CCVIP Board President
None at this Time!
The Westminster Riding Club
5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
CCVIP Benefit Car Show
Carroll County Times Today - Nonprofit View: A new nonprofit for our veterans http://www.carrollcountytimes.com/opinion/nonprofitview/cc-op-nonprofit-ccvip-20180525-story.html
WTTR Chamber Chat Interview with Founders - Frank Valenti and Ed Cramer
VFW Department of Maryland donating $10K to Carroll County Veterans Independence Project.