B3 Group Inc. and Women Veterans Interactive Inc. Launch $5,000 Fundraising Campaign to Support Women Veterans During the Upcoming Thanksgiving Holiday

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Some women veterans find it difficult to enjoy the holiday season due to financial constraints and have come to depend on Women Veterans Interactive for a meal during the Thanksgiving holiday.

“Unfortunately there is never enough supply to meet demand, so we have to turn families away, and it’s heartbreaking,” said Miller.

There are more than 2.2 million women veterans in the United States, some of which are single parents, and some are unfortunately struggling to make ends meet and lack the basic necessities that most Americans take for granted, including food.

Women Veterans Interactive, Inc. (WVI) is doing their part and has become a significant resource for these women who have served and sacrificed for their country, especially during the Thanksgiving holiday. Thankfully this year, WVI is getting a substantial boost from B3 Group in their Turkey Drive fundraising efforts.

Starting today, B3 Group will match up to $2,500 for every donation received up to $5,000. "We are incredibly grateful for the support of B3 Group and their efforts to join forces with us as we support women veterans and their children with a Thanksgiving dinner. What B3 is doing is incredible and noble, and I hope more veteran-owned businesses will join this effort to support our “sisters in service” this holiday season", said Ginger Miller, President and CEO of Women Veterans Interactive.

“Servant Leadership is at the very core of the mission at B3 Group; our employees are the embodiment of our mission and we are proud to assist WVI’s efforts to support women veterans in need”, said Dwight Hunt, President and CEO for B3 Group.

Going on its fifth year, the Women Veterans Interactive Turkey Drive has supported hundreds of women veterans and active duty families, and every year the emails and calls continue to pour in. “Unfortunately there is never enough supply to meet demand, so we have to turn families away, and it’s heartbreaking,” said Miller.

Women Veterans Interactive will begin collecting donations today, October 5, 2018, through Veterans Day, November 11, 2018. Visit http://www.womenveteransinteractive.org to donate today.

Turkey Basket distribution sites will include Northern Virginia, and San Antonio, TX.

About Women Veterans Interactive Inc.
Women Veterans Interactive Inc. (WVI) is a 501c3 nonprofit organization founded in 2011 by Ginger Miller, a native New Yorker, and former homeless Navy veteran. Women Veterans Interactive provides specially designed solutions for the unique, and often unrecognized challenges facing our nation’s 2.2 million-women veterans that are delivered through programs, training, and resources.

The mission of WVI is to “Meet women veterans at their points of need through Advocacy, Empowerment, Interaction, Outreach, and Unification,” with an effort to break down the barriers that lead to homelessness.

WVI signature events and programs include Operation Safety Net, Woman Warrior Wellness, Women Veterans Pink and White Empowerment Tour, the Women Veterans Leadership and Diversity Conference, and the Women Veterans Transition Space. Since inception WVI has supported over 3,000 women veterans.

About B3
B3 Group, Inc. is a fast-growing Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) health IT firm providing end-to-end technology support services to the federal government and enterprise customers. Our values-driven team of business, IT and management professionals blend innovation and client-first thinking to deliver sustainable solutions for better healthcare outcomes. Established in 2008 and headquartered in Northern Virginia, B3 Group is founded on the principles of servant leadership. Those principles are reflected in every aspect of our operations.

Our Mission
We believe in servant leadership – our concept of collaborating with others does not begin with leading, it begins with service. We learn an organization’s culture, strengths, and weaknesses, in order to better serve its needs. Our desire to serve acts as the root of trusted leadership.

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