The Salvation Army hosts appreciation luncheon for landlords helping to alleviate veteran homelessness
The Salvation Army Southern Nevada program, Supportive Services for Veterans and Families (SSVF), is hosting a Landlord Appreciation Reception June 28 at the Owens campus in Las Vegas.
Major Randy Kinnamon, Clark County Coordinator for The Salvation Army, said, “This is a wonderful opportunity to recognize the community partners that help our case managers locate permanent housing for our deserving veteran clients and their families.”
At the reception, many representatives of apartment communities and management companies will receive a Letter of Appreciation for their contribution to the effort to alleviate veteran homelessness.
“One of the most disheartening situations currently facing cities across the country is the number of homeless veterans on our streets. These partnerships are essential to help us deal with the epidemic here in Las Vegas,” said Nick Lenderman, Program Coordinator for Veteran Services. “This event is also a great way to introduce many more apartment communities and management companies to what we are doing at Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) and how it could benefit their occupancy.”