In conjunction with the National Ability Center, Specialized salutes our military
DALLAS/FT. WORTH, TX – This month, Specialized Property Management is proud to offer support to the Wounded Warriors Project and the National Ability Center, two programs dedicated to serving the men and women of the United States Military. Through the generous support of Specialized Property Management in Dallas and Fort Worth, Wounded Warriors across the country will get the help they need to adjust to life after the battlefield.
“For Specialized Property Management, this is an opportunity for us to give back to those that have given so much,” said Mike Jeppson, COO of Specialized Property Management. “Part of our mission at Specialized is to help people find a home that they can call their own. With our support of the Wounded Warrior Project and the help of the National Ability Center, we’re able to help those that return from battle make a home—not just have a place to live. After all, isn’t that what these brave soldiers fought for?”
In addition to Specialized Property Management’s support of the Wounded Warrior Program, the company supports the National Ability Center, which offers physical activities and a support community to help those that are disabled. For those returning from war, the center offers support through physical activities, mental health programs and other services designed to give disabled veterans the courage and tools they need to live a full life following their time in the field.
“For us, it’s personal. Many of us know or have family that have returned from war and we want to do all we can to support the community we live in,” says Jeppson. “If our support can help even one wounded warrior return to full health both physically and mentally, then our efforts were worth it. After all, they gave everything they had for us—why shouldn’t we respond in kind?”