NCHV Announces Historic Partnership with Harbor Freight Tools

Veterans Day Partnership Announcement
NCHV Announces Major Investment by Harbor Freight
Dear Partners in Service,
I’m writing to you on Veterans Day weekend with a huge thank you to those veterans who have served our country, and to those partners who are invested in the effort to end homelessness for all veterans and their families. I am humbled by the daily commitments to brotherhood, service, and compassion that I see in your work. I’m honored today to be able to share some exciting news about others who share this deep gratitude:  
Yesterday, our friends at Harbor Freight made a historic announcement: they doubled down on their commitment to NCHV, making an incredibly impactful investment in the continued effort to end veteran homelessness. Because of this investment, NCHV’s Technical Assistance Center will ramp up our support to you as you engage your local mayor’s office, plan out GPD’s role in your community planning effort, and build out more effective systems to serve the most vulnerable veterans.
Over the last two years, our friends at Harbor Freight have demonstrated a profound commitment to this work and to NCHV’s role in helping local agencies reach and serve more veterans in need. As many of you know, our team here at NCHV is deeply and relentlessly committed to making sure all veterans experiencing or at risk of homelessness have what they need to find stability, safety, and security for the long term. It is personal to us. We are humbled to see that same passion and personal commitment mirrored with our partners at Harbor Freight.
We know many of you are anxious about the future, but know that the commitment to ending homelessness for all veterans will not end. Your local work paired with our national voice will continue to resonate strongly for many years to come. NCHV will continue to stand and serve with you, thanks to partners like Harbor Freight.
Thank you for your service, and for the work you do every day on behalf of those who need us most.
Baylee Crone and the NCHV team