Community to build new house for families of injured soldiers

Fisher House Foundation, which constructs comfort homes to provide free, temporary housing to the families of service members receiving medical care at Veterans Affairs and military hospitals around the world, announced a community partnership with Bonneville Seattle and partners to help raise awareness and funds for the need for a second Fisher House at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Tacoma, Washington, to serve the growing number of military families here.

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"We believe strongly in their mission of providing free housing for family members of wounded soldiers. We look forward to getting the much-needed second Fisher House off-the-ground so it can benefit even more of our military families," said Kerry Bivens, President of Toyota of Puyallup
Photo by (Bonneville Seattle/Corky Trewin)
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