Post Construction Fundraiser

Construction Donation

The time is now!

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Construction has begun and while we still have a long way to go, we also have a large funding gap we need to close!

Below is an excerpt from the GoFundMe page which has been set up to make donations easier!

Our VFW Post 7647 in North Olmsted, Ohio is looking to expand our facility and we need your help! Having quickly outgrown our current structure, these funds will be used for the purchase of materials and labor to expand our current building allowing more room for our members as well as being able to hold more public events on site. As part of our plan, we will be relocating and upgrading our wheelchair ramp to better serve our disabled Vets.  Being active in the community with Memorial Day, Veteran’s Day and other community events; we focus on serving Veterans and doing additional community outreach through our partnership with a local Boy Scout Troop and promotion of Patriot’s Pen and Voice of Democracy.

Will you use this as your opportunity to say thank you with a monetary donation?

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There is not a way to record all the information necessary to provide you with a receipt.  If you desire one for tax purposes, please contact the post information officer for instructions on obtaining one. You may email or call 440-570-4709.

Please, if you are not in a financial position to donate, we ask you share this among your friends, family and all social media to help us reach as many people as possible!

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