WWII Veteran in Desperate Need
This week’s Case of the Week comes from our Hartselle, AL office written by our Event Coordinator, Mike Johnson. 
We had a family come in that had “adopted” a 96-year-old WWII vet. They had stated that he was living with his son and had been living in conditions that would be hard for young people to endure. 
Winters were 30 degrees in his house and summers were stifling hot. Church folk that they are, when they went to visit the vet, she told her husband that day that the man was coming home with them. 
They came to our office and we supplied them with some food and clothes from our pantries and will help with their next utility bill. The people had heard of us through our employees at a Walmart, our contribution tables also serve as an advertisement as to who we are and what we do.  
We are very glad that they came in.