Washington, DC (PRWEB) July 17, 2012
Veterans Workshop, a national veterans nonprofit, with offices in Rhode Island and Washington, DC, announced today that "Others First" a prominent Michigan charity has awarded $25,000 to help continue the advancement of the "Veterans Relay Project," where Blind veterans are trained to make relay calls for Deaf veterans.
"It is through a very generous donation from Others First that the Veterans Workshop can continue its mission of working hard to train Blind, Deaf and Spinal Injured veterans," said David Darlington, spokesman for the Veterans Workshop.
"The mission of Others First is to raise funds to support organizations that are truly putting others before themselves, especially as it pertains to our nation's greatest citizens, our United States veterans," said David Kennedy, Chairman of Others First.
We will use this grant to train more Blind veterans in the use of Google+ technology, and its unique application as it pertains to Blind veterans working as relay operators on behalf of Deaf veterans, said Darlington.
"Others First" a prominent national car donation charity, located in Rochester Hills Michigan joins other companies and foundations in supporting the work of the Veterans Workshop.
"Our veterans, our America," said Rick Frazier.
About the Veterans Workshop: With offices in Rhode Island and Washington, DC, the Veterans Workshop has developed unique training programs for a subset of the disabled veterans community. Training for Blind veterans is underway, with training for Deaf veterans expected in early fall.
About "Others First": A prominent national car donation charity, "Others First," through its website Http://http://www.CarsHelpingVeterans.org, engages a wide variety of veteran specific charities and assists with donations.