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The house was donated by the Wells Fargo Housing Foundation, with supplies and volunteer support for the project coming from The Home Depot Foundation. The winning design was submitted by IBI Group-Gruzen Samton.
Prior to the ribbon-cutting, Moody addressed the crowd and passionately urged them to keep fighting for other veterans across the county who are still without a place to live.
“I would be remiss if I didn’t share my passion for veterans,” Moody told the crowd. “After the cameras are gone, and I have accomplished this milestone, there are veterans still without a home. My hope is that as we plant this first seed of love for our veterans that it will multiply all over this land. As we say in the military, no man left behind, we also should say strongly no veteran left behind.”
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