The troops may be back, but some soldiers, like Army SGT Cameron Crouch, must cope with permanent disabilities.
Crouch lost both of his legs while on duty in Iraq, and his disability has made it hard for him to maneuver through his home, especially his bedroom and bathroom. But this story will have a happy ending thanks to Designing for Veterans. Founded by Carol Way Cisco, an interior designer and dedicated human rights activist, Designing for Veterans gives to severely disabled veterans and their families by redesigning their homes to make them comfortable and accessible. What is more, the projects are fully funded by donations, so they are of no cost to the veterans.
Designing for Veterans is looking for financial donations, industry partner donations, and volunteer services to help redesign, furnish, and construct Crouch’s new bedroom and bathroom, a project titled “Mission Possible.” There is no minimum donation amount, and you can donate via check or money order to the mailing address listed below.
Bonus: Make it Better has found an anonymous donor who has kindly offered to match up to $1,000 of donations!
Designing for Veterans
508 Tyler Drive
Carpentersville, Illinois 60110