A group of homeless veterans received a warm gift just in time for the holidays.
, which focuses exclusively on providing home financing for veterans, earlier this month replaced a heating system at The Baltimore Station, which houses homeless veterans.
In addition, NewDay built a learning center at The Baltimore Station to help the veterans with move forward with their lives. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on Dec. 15 at the shelter and was attended by NewDay USA CEO Rob Posner and NewDay Chairman Rear Admiral Thomas C. Lynch, USN, Ret.
Posner recently hosted homeless veterans at NewDay's Fulton, Md., headquarters. After learning that many of the veterans in attendance were Baltimore Ravens fans, he invited them to join him in an NFL suite.
“Our duty to these veterans who all served their country honorably is to ensure that they are warm, well-fed, rehabilitated and respected,” said NewDay USA Chairman Rear Admiral Thomas C. Lynch, USN, Ret., said NewDay USA is proud to stand behind the good people of The Baltimore Station to ensure that this happens."
The latest support from NewDay comes as it is in the midst of promoting its Operation Home, where veterans can get 100 percent VA financing and have no out-of-pocket closing costs.