Home Depot Grant for Disabled Veterans and Charleston's Second Presbyterian Church Provide Home Repairs for a Wadmalaw Island Senior

Posted by on Jan 11, 2012 in Rural Mission News | Comments Off on Home Depot Grant for Disabled Veterans and Charleston's Second Presbyterian Church Provide Home Repairs for a Wadmalaw Island Senior

p>Our deep appreciation to the Home Depot Foundation and to Second Presbyterian Church in Charleston for the support needed to replace the crumbling bathroom of Ben and Carolyn McClair of Wadmalaw Island with? new handicap accessible features and a walk in bathtub.??? The Home Depot Foundation has placed a high priority on helping disabled and needy veterans with adequate and safe housing.? Learn more at:? http://www.homedepotfoundation.org/how-we-help/grants.html

Together with the generosity of Second Presbyterian Church and volunteer teams,???this diabled US Army veteran with service in the Vietnam War? will benefit from a fully working and accessible bathroom.??? ?We are very grateful for this support.???? Honoring the service of a needy veteran who has served his country makes this very special for all involved.???? God Bless !

( L to R) Mr. Ben McClair is pictured at his home with Rural Mission's Anderson Mack, Jr. and Ben Crawford.