Grace After Fire's President/CEO, Mea Williams talks with Michael Bybee on Comcast Newsmakers, about the organization's role in assisting and supporting women military Veterans. Also mentioned is the exciting news that in addition to support in Texas, Grace After Fire has signed a contract with South Carolina to assist women military Veterans there as well.
"It has been an honor to serve women veterans. Grace After Fire is now in the caring and capable hands of Mea Williams, Navy veteran, and the great American team who work for her. They look forward to continuing the mission of helping women vets help themselves." - Kimberly Olson
March 20-21st 2015
Women Veterans and Their Families will gather together for education, reflection and renewal!
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On March 20th join Texas Workforce Solutions, Tarrant County, College Credit for Heroes and other exciting presenters to talk about non-traditional jobs for women. College Credit for Heroes will be providing women the opportunity to talk about their Fire Fighting Training and taking their physical challenge exam.
On March 21st, Grace After Fire will present women Veterans the opportunity to learn about non-traditional job opportunities, nutrition, relaxation techniques and more. Men will have the opportunity to get together to discuss communication techniques and we will have childcare for children – toddler age and above.
The event will be held at the Arlington Hilton in Arlington, Texas
Look for sign up, on the web site, next week.
Thank You to the Steel Horse Sisterhood for their generous donation to Grace After Fire!
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