On Sunday Oct. 20, 2013, Former U.S. Senator Max Cleland gave a stirring account of his personal experience as a Vietnam veteran and spoke of the many challenges that face U.S. military Veterans today. We were all moved by the stories of struggle and triumph that serve to give us hope.
This inaugural event at the beautifully renovated and aptly named fellowship hall of Peachtree Road United Methodist Church symbolized the love and support of community that is a necessary part of our lives.
The evening was a benefit for our mission and was dedicated to the memory of Robert L. Mason. a Veteran, father, husband, grandfather. brother, community leader, former board chair, and longtime champion of our mission to helping homeless men reclaim their lives.
We thank everyone who attended and the many who support our mission through time and funding. A special thank you to our friends at PRUMC and to Max Cleland. We hope you enjoy the photos and the video that was produced for our homeless Veterans.
Production by the Storia Group