If you have not visited Cobalt or Heaton’s Reef at the Vero Beach Hotel & Spa to try a great drink and help the Veterans Council, there is still time…Cheers.
From NOW through OCTOBER you can support the Veterans Council by ordering a “That’s What You Get” cocktail at Cobalt or Heaton’s Reef at the Vero Beach Hotel and Spa. $2 from every cocktail will be donated back to the Veterans Council in support of veterans programs. Wondering what is in a “That’s What You Get”, check out the video above. If you don’t drink or cannot make it in, you can still support the Veterans Council by making a donation here:https://bit.ly/SpecialCobaltDrink
Drink purchases are limited to those 21 years of age and older, photo ID required, please drink responsibly.
Dogs for Life – Veteran Support Programs
Dogs For Life is open! Dogs For Life, Inc. was founded to improve the quality of life for people and dogs through the training of service dogs and operating an off-leash dog park.
– PTSD Support Group for Veterans every Monday at 7pm at their facility located at 1230 16th Ave.
– Service Dogs for Veterans program “task trains” dogs to assist their veterans with hearing and mobility challenges, as well as the effects of Post Traumatic Stress (PTS).
In August The Veterans Council of Indian River County (VCIRC), received a generous $5,000 gift from the Indian River Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America. We are honored to share that their incredible donation was used to help a 74 year old disabled Vietnam Veteran in the Veterans Helping Veterans program with home construction repairs. It is through the continued support of organizations like MOAA we are able to provide such assistance to the veterans of our community.
If you are a Veteran or you know an Indian River County Veteran in need, please call the Veterans Council of Indian River (772) 410-5820.
If you would like to make a donation to the COVID-19 Relief Fund click here