UAW Veterans Hold Carnival for Children of Veterans

June 6, 2015

Since 1925, the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) has helped veterans and their families with short- and long-term housing. From children who need foster care because their parents died in a war to veterans who have become homeless, the VFW maintains houses throughout the country to give aid to our military long after service. In 2006, UAW members joined with them and built the Steven P. Yokich duplex in Eaton Rapids, Mich., to house veteran families.   

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