My name is Samantha Moore, daughter/dependent of Retired Joseph Moore. My father, who left this earth on June 26, 1986, served as a Blue Water Navy Veteran, as Senior Chief from 1962 – 1984. Looking to fulfill my dream of being a fashion designer and owning a home, I needed to find out if my father’s GI Bill for school and VA Loan to purchase a home was available for my use. Not knowing how to navigate through the VA system with all its acronyms and abbreviations and not knowing where to start, I needed help! Meeting Felecia Ash of the Willie F. Organization came at the right time. With WFAO help, the organization prevented me from being just another statistic. They connected with my emotions and helped me by directing me to the appropriate people assisting me complete the necessary documents.
Love the organization and very proud of the help I received from the nonprofit.
A 01/17/1980 – 12/17/1992 a day of trouble, and He knoweth them that trust Him. Nahum 1:7
So wonderful to have a goof decent organization like the people at Willie F. Ash Organization. By providing aid for myself (benefits) and my wife (spousal support for her alzheimers), they showed their trustworthiness by caring about our welfare and feelings during unpredictable times in our daily lives...this is how I feel about WFAO. Unto thine own self be true. Amen
Air Force: 01/17/1980 – 12/17/1992
My name is Kwang Burgess, a retired disabled combat veteran with a 90 percent rating. I want to thank Ms. Felecia Ash of the WFAO. I had reached out to her for help with possibly finding a donation for ride Therapy for my PTSD. Her fast response in getting me in contact with some possible resources was a great help to me. I appreciate her hard work and quick response. I highly recommend The WFAO for anyone who may need assistance or guidance.
US Army Ret.
“Never truly came home. Physically I’m here; however, mentally I’m still fighting over there”