Theda Pittman 

Help our homeless veterans


VetVillageAK is a win-win, as reported in the December 2015 edition of Senior Voice. Now it’s crunch time for Alaska’s homeless veterans and civilians; urban and rural; frequently homeless through no fault of their own.

VetVillageAK can start construction in the fall of 2016 if the legislature appropriates $7.8 million in Capital funds and $0.6 million in Operating funds. And if Governor Bill Walker then approves those funds when he signs the budget.

The governor and all 60 legislators need to hear that this is a project they should support. Send an email to, or contact your own legislators directly.


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