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Homes for Our Troops donation
We at USABlueBook would like to thank everybody for supporting this great cause. Over the past three years, with your help, we have been able to donate over $80,000 towards helping wounded veterans. Remember that you can contribute anytime you like by following the link below.
Homes for Our Troops is a national non-profit, non-partisan 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2004. They are strongly committed to helping those who have selflessly given to our country, and have returned home with serious disabilities and injuries since September 11, 2001. It is their goal to assist severely injured servicemen and servicewomen and their immediate families by raising donations of money, building materials and professional labor, and to coordinate the process of building a home that provides maximum freedom of movement and the ability to live more independently. The homes provided by Homes for Our Troops are given at NO COST to the veterans they serve.
Note: An eligible Veteran or service member may receive a Veterans Administration Specially Adapted Housing Grant up to a maximum amount of $63,780. Homes for Our Troops’ assistance covers all costs over and above this grant to ensure that the home is provided at no cost to the recipient.
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National Rural Water Association
The National Rural Water Association (NRWA) was formed in 1976. Prior to that, rural and small utilities, (comprising 92% of our nation’s community water supplies), had little if any voice in legislative and regulatory issues. Today, NRWA through its State Rural Water affiliates is the nation’s largest water and wastewater utility membership association with over 29,000 utility members. Our strong grassroots advocacy ensures increased funds, and their availability, through the Rural Utilities Service, State Revolving Loan Funds and other private entities.
NRWA is the voice in regulatory debates, advocating for reasonable, practical, and affordable regulations for the majority of water supplies across the nation. This advocacy has established rural water as the trainer of the industry with our State Affiliates training over 100,000 people annually. Classroom instruction is followed-up with on-site assistance that facilitates governance, management and finance of operations, as well as, protection of our source water for future generations. These services and many more, specific to your state, are available through your State Rural Water Association.
NRWA State Affiliates are governed by the utility membership in their state and NRWA is governed by a non-paid Board of Directors consisting of one director from each State Affiliate. The National Office is located in the rural setting of Duncan, Oklahoma with a legislative office in Washington D.C.
The National Rural Water Association, through its state affiliates, is the largest water and wastewater utility membership organization in the nation representing over 26,696 public water and wastewater utilities. While membership includes utilities of all sizes, they primarily service populations of 10,000 or less and comprise 94% of the public water systems in America.
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International Rural Water Association
National Rural Water Association
International Rural Water Association (IRWA) is a 501c3 corporation founded in 1988 by the U.S. organization National Rural Water Association (NRWA) to bring the highly successful Circuit Rider program to developing nations.
The water will only keep flowing if we invest in educating and training communities to fix their own water systems and monitor their water supply. In order to do this IRWA Circuit Riders work directly with water system operators showing them how to operate, maintain and monitor their systems.
IRWA believes that the water crisis in developing nations will not be solved by technology alone; that there is a need for education and technical assistance that will allow community members to maintain their own systems in mint condition.
IRWA creates a pipeline of knowledge from the experience and education of water professionals and Circuit Riders in the U.S. We harnesses volunteer technical know-how from water professionals, universities and engineers in the states to help train individuals and communities abroad. IRWA Circuit Riders have the skills to fix, maintain and install clean water systems; but more than that, Circuit Riders educate and empower local communities to raise their knowledge level, their understanding about water and hygiene, and their technical abilities. The IRWA model ensures that the water doesn’t just start flowing; it keeps flowing.
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