The National Insurance Restoration Council Sponsors Veterans Village Charity Run at Annual Conference

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Insurance reform consumer advocacy organization supports veterans.

The National Insurance Restoration Council (NIRC) sponsored the Veterans Village Charity Run during the annual Win the Storm conference. The Veterans Village Charity Run run took place in front of the Hard Rock Hotel on Sunday, March 5th, at 9am. National Insurance Restoration Council CEO Joe Radcliff presented on industry reform at the conference, and donated monies, products and services to the conference raffle to help raise funds for veterans. Veterans Village Las Vegas is a retrofitted motel that provides comprehensive housing, 24/7 crisis intervention, and support services 365 days a year to local veterans. The Charity Run raised over $7,000 to support the Veterans Village Las Vegas programs and their replicable “Instant Built House” model to help end veteran homelessness nationwide.

“We’re very proud to sponsor the Veterans Village Charity Run and to support this visionary nationwide initiative to end homelessness. Being in the insurance restoration industry, we help people, plain and simple. It’s very important to give back to individuals that put their life on the line everyday to protect our country,” says Joe Radcliff, CEO of the National Insurance Restoration Council.

Veterans Village founder, Arnold Stalk, PhD, recently launched a unique “Instant Built House” model prototype as a solution to end homelessness nationwide. The unit is constructed from a standardized, recycled ISO shipping container. The recycled housing units can be rapidly transported anywhere in the country, providing immediate occupancy and affordable housing solutions for homeless, displaced and disadvantaged veterans. Public and private collaborative partnerships, sponsorships and donations are crucial for continued supplies and services to local veteran residents.

About Veterans Village
Veterans Village is a transitional and permanent housing residence for United States Veterans and is operated 24/7 by SHARE, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. Veterans Village’s mission is to advocate, educate, and build it. Onsite services include a 24-7 crisis intervention center, medical and mental health services, job referral and training, Three Square Regional Food Bank nutrition, clothing and a host of other services targeted at the promotion of independent living through economic and social self sufficiency. Learn more at

About the National Insurance Restoration Council
Headquartered in Orlando, Florida, the National Insurance Restoration Council (NIRC) is a non-profit organization devoted to protecting and educating property owners and restoration contractors when dealing with insurance claims. The NIRC acts as the principal advocate for improved legislation and case law to protect consumers and contractors when dealing with insurance claims throughout the nation. The NIRC serves the common interest of insurance restoration contractors and protects consumers from unethical contractors. Vetted and certified NIRC certified contractors adhere to a strict code of professional conduct, educate property owners about the insurance restoration process, and give back to communities in storm damaged areas. NIRC certified contractors go through an extensive background check to become members of the Diamond Standard code of business. The NIRC as a self-regulated entity and cooperates with the Department of Insurance (DOI) and other regulatory authorities throughout the United States to improve the ethics of the industry through education and high standards. Learn more at

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Vera Anderson
Elev8 Consulting Group
Ph: 386.243.5388


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