We at Veterans Moving Help LLC are frequently contacted by grateful Veterans whom we have provided jobs for. Mostly these Veterans are inquiring about when we will have more jobs for them. Unfortunately we can’t say. We can only hope that our hard work will pay off in the form of Customers calling us with moving jobs.
Below is a email we received from a Veteran seeking work. When I read this it strengthened my already strong resolve to do all I can to make sure our deserving Veterans have work.
My name is Mr ANONYMOUS, I’m a army veteran. I’m 28 years old. Living in Rogers, Arkansas. I currently live in transitional housing for homeless veterans. Most of us here are trying to get back on our feet and are trying to find jobs and build a savings to put a deposit on a apartment. Veterans living in the Rogers house are given 6 months to find a job build a savings and try to integrate ourselves back into society. Most veterans that come into the Rogers house do not have an income, or dont have an extensive work history to put on a resume. Most of us here have experience in moving and unloading furniture from residential homes and storage unit from volunteer work we do for a non-profit organization called operation reboot. Which delivers furniture to veterans in need but also we pick up donations from people in our surrounding area. In the house I’m staying at we currently have 15 veterans. Some still looking for work others are working in a VA program called CWT ( compensation work therapy ). I’m hoping to get jobs through veterans moving company for people currently in the rogers house and also for veterans who come after myself and the other veterans here.
Thank you for taking the time to read this. I hope to hear from you.
Veterans Moving Help LLC is exploring ways to put Veterans to work on military installations. It seems only right that Veterans would have the majority of the jobs on these installations. We are looking specifically at Rogers House to see what we can do.