NH MOAA Awards the Veterans Law Project: Legal Boots on the Ground

We our grateful to the Military Officers Association of America New Hampshire for bestowing the Granite State Warriors Award upon the Veterans Foundation of New Hampshire‘s effort to “raise the Bar” for veterans.

This prestigious  award is presented annually by MOAA-NH to “individuals or organizations who have gone above and beyond in their service to the men and women of the U.S. military and their families.”

“Honored at this year’s ceremony was Matthew Albuquerque, president and founder of Next Step Bionics & Prosthetics, Inc., and Tara Sue Myers, executive director with Larry Vogelman, legal director of the Veterans Law Project, commonly called Legal Boots on the Ground.” the Union Leader reports.

Though not a monetary reward, this award from MOAA-NH carries a priceless value to fuel our hearts and minds,  as a nod among those who would perhaps understand the mission and the costs to use the rights we must all defend.  Some veterans must fight for their children, their home, their job, their health with scarcely the means to do so.  As we plow our path to a sustainable business model to support the Veterans Law Project, we are further driven to give what we can, and develop a long-term solution.

We are humbled to accept this award presented by Col. Allen “Chad” Chadwick, U.S. Army (ret.), president of the New Hampshire chapter of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA-NH) and the board of directors  for our service to military members and their families.

The Veterans Foundation of NH, Inc. thanks MOAA-NH for this honor and will continue to show our gratitude by enhancing our service offering and expanding our reach throughout one of the most densely veteran-populated areas of our country.