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Liberty Manor for Veterans, Inc

Liberty Manor for Veterans, Inc Liberty Manor was organized in 2006 as a 501©3 non-profit organization with the objective of promot

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12/22/2020

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This year, some our employees have selected charities that support the environment and our veterans/military. These organizations help governments responsibly manage their rainforests, use science to combat climate issues, increase the use of clean energy, help oceans and ecosystems, and overall to keep our environment thriving. Three of these organizations also help support our veterans returning home from war and their families.

Armwood High School football team
07/11/2020

Armwood High School football team

What wonderful friends we have at Free Rider Fellowship. Made one phone call and they loaded us up with a can full of th...
05/24/2020

What wonderful friends we have at Free Rider Fellowship. Made one phone call and they loaded us up with a can full of things the veterans requested

Kudos American Legion SAL #148.  When we reflect of those that are on the front line during this COVID19 pandemic, we do...
05/20/2020

Kudos American Legion SAL #148. When we reflect of those that are on the front line during this COVID19 pandemic, we don’t usually think of members from the American Legion. Members of American Legion SAL #148 in Riverview responded to a mass email that was posted on Facebook and within hours they received approval from their Board and members to purchase, shopped and delivered a grill, grill utensils and a new vacuum cleaner to Liberty Manor for Veterans. When a vacuum cleaner goes out and there is seventeen veterans in a house – you can only imagine the crisis. The veterans had no way of shopping for a vacuum cleaner or grill due to a lack in transportation and funding, therefore SAL members stepped up in a – BIG WAY and perhaps put their own health at risk during these infectious times. Brave and dedicated SAL members Mark Getty and Carroll Weese did the shopping and delivery – what a commitment to veterans. The veterans used the grill that very evening and cooked the best chicken dinner they have had in a long time.
The American Legion SAL was founded in 1932, Sons of The American Legion exists to honor the service and sacrifice of Legionnaires. S.A.L. members include males of all ages whose parents or grandparents who served in the U.S. military and were eligible for American Legion membership. Members of The American Legion, American Legion Auxiliary and Sons of The American Legion comprise the Legion Family, which has a combined membership of nearly 3 million.
The mission of Liberty Manor for Veterans; Inc. is to promote the developmental and social needs of disabled and honorably discharged veterans who have fallen victim to homelessness providing transitional; supported housing and establishing objectives designed to attribute to self-sufficiency. Anyone interested in assisting this meritorious initiative please contact Connie Lindsay (813) 900-9422.

Featured in the picture from left to right: William Camacho and David Ocasio.

What a great Community we live in!
04/22/2020

What a great Community we live in!

11/13/2019
Photos from KREWE of MAMBI's post
11/11/2019

Photos from KREWE of MAMBI's post

A place our veterans can call...home
04/22/2019

A place our veterans can call...home

04/21/2019
Special thanks to the employees of Kohl's Store Brandon who helped host a Valentine's Day party for the Veterans. There ...
02/15/2019

Special thanks to the employees of Kohl's Store Brandon who helped host a Valentine's Day party for the Veterans. There was food, games, conversation, and lots of fun to celebrate the day. Thank You!

12/28/2018

Thank you Paula Stano, Kellie C Thomas, and Charles Thomas for visiting Liberty Manor for Veterans and bring gift boxes for our residents. We look forward to working together in 2019.

12/28/2018

Thank you Tim Wronka with Spectrum Bay News 9 for coming out to Liberty Manor for Veterans, Inc with us today as we delivered our Veteran Gratitude Gifts 🇺🇸

Liberty Manor was visited today by representatives from NSVA Island X-16 Seabee Veterans of America. They brought clothe...
12/20/2018

Liberty Manor was visited today by representatives from NSVA Island X-16 Seabee Veterans of America. They brought clothes, personal care products, cleaning supplies and paper products for the Veterans.

A big "Thank You" to them for collecting and delivering these much needed items.

A big thank you to Riverview Our Town, the Newsome High School JROTC, and the many volunteers and sponsors for inviting ...
12/15/2018

A big thank you to Riverview Our Town, the Newsome High School JROTC, and the many volunteers and sponsors for inviting the veterans from Liberty Manor for Veterans to dinner. Thank you for the many gifts, dinner, and entertainment. A good time was had by all!

Kicking off Veterans Day with a delicious breakfast for our veterans from Free Rider Fellowship in Plant. City
11/11/2018

Kicking off Veterans Day with a delicious breakfast for our veterans from Free Rider Fellowship in Plant. City

Many thanks to the great people from Camden Royal Palms Apartments. 60 volunteers spent a full day working to improve th...
10/25/2018

Many thanks to the great people from Camden Royal Palms Apartments. 60 volunteers spent a full day working to improve the lives of the residents at Liberty Manor for Veterans. They cleaned, pressure washed, painted, replaced cabinets, broken refrigerators and an a/c unit, rebuilt ADA ramps, and many other much needed projects.

Their hard work will positively impact the resident's lives for years.

Fabulous day with great people
10/21/2018

Fabulous day with great people

Fabulous day with great people
10/21/2018

Fabulous day with great people

Liberty Manor for Veterans is so incredibly honored to achieve the top rated nonprofit by Great NonProfits...lots of lon...
09/14/2018

Liberty Manor for Veterans is so incredibly honored to achieve the top rated nonprofit by Great NonProfits...lots of long hours and hard work by our Board of Directors and volunteers. Thanks to all that made this possible. More importantly we can honestly attest that we contribute to a better quality of life for our veterans.

Any nonprofit that gathers 10 or more 4- or 5-star ratings and maintains an overall average of 3.5 stars, will win a GreatNonprofits Top-Rated award. This recognition helps nonprofits stand out from the crowd to gain volunteers, donations, and more supporters. Together, we can make an even bigger impact!

The GreatNonprofits seal is the second most trusted rating seal, after the Better Business Bureau*

Tampa Elks rock! They treated our veterans to a very nice steak dinner!
09/04/2018

Tampa Elks rock! They treated our veterans to a very nice steak dinner!

A big thanks to the members of  Mulberry Memorial Post 72, American Legion inc. who hosted Christmas in July for our Vet...
08/01/2018

A big thanks to the members of Mulberry Memorial Post 72, American Legion inc. who hosted Christmas in July for our Veterans.

Our day began with a motorcycle es**rted drive to the Post home where we were greeted by the members and treated to a wonderful homemade Christmas dinner. We were entertained by Holly Rae, the veterans received haircuts from Toni Stringhham, and even a visit from Santa with lots of presents.

Thank you so very much for treating our veterans to a wonderful outing!

Thank you Rotary Tampa for thinking of our veterans during the holidays
12/18/2017

Thank you Rotary Tampa for thinking of our veterans during the holidays

Tampa Bay Lightnong Community Hero 2017
12/11/2017

Tampa Bay Lightnong Community Hero 2017

American Legion Riders Post 72 Mulberry Christmas in July 2017
07/12/2017

American Legion Riders Post 72 Mulberry Christmas in July 2017

Veterans United Foundation and under the direction of Branch Manager Cindy Tolster presented Liberty Manor for Veterans,...
06/15/2017

Veterans United Foundation and under the direction of Branch Manager Cindy Tolster presented Liberty Manor for Veterans, Inc. with a $10,000.00 sponsorship that is intended to provide housing, food and clothing to disabled and homeless veterans in Tampa. The mission of Veterans United Home Loans to inspire, create and fully fund by Veterans United Home Loans employees, Veterans United foundation exists to enhance lives. Fueled by passion, generosity and an unwavering commitment to give, the Foundation is dedicated to making a meaningful difference in the lives of veterans and service members, for employees and their families, and in local communities services by Veterans United. Veterans United Home Loans is located at 3686 West Gandy Blvd Tampa, FL 33611, phone number 813-835-1516.

Now thats a sweet!
10/04/2011
Liberty Manor Poker Run 2 Oct 2011

Now thats a sweet!

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12/14/2009

HOLIDAY PARTY - December 16 5-8 pm 10015 N 9th St 900-9422 Refreshments will be offered & tours will be provided. Come meet the veterans that are responsible for the freedom that we enjoy in America today. This charity event is intended to raise funds to give the veterans a better quality of life while we assist them to attain self sufficiency. Invite others that you feel might be interested in attending this event.

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Liberty Manor Timeline

MARCH 2006 ~ Liberty Manor for Veterans became a reality with the purchase of the first property at 10015 N. 9th St., Tampa, Florida. The property consists of a two-story house, an efficiency apartment, and a cottage as a separate structure on the property.

MAY 2006 ~ Renowned legal firm, Fowler, White, Boggs, Banker, PA, headquartered in Tampa, Florida, drafted The Articles of Incorporation – document number NO6000004936, Audit No. HO6001231463, for the purpose of forming a non-profit corporation in accordance with the provisions of Section 617.1006, Florida Statutes.

MAY 2006 ~ May 9th feature article in Community News – Lutz/Carrollwood/Citrus Park Edition, “Liberty Manor for Veterans Open Facility in Tampa.”

MAY 2006 ~ Liberty Manor for Veterans, Inc. was approved by the United States Internal Revenue Service and granted permission to form as a non-profit organization.


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Sharing our ALOHA at the Tampa Elks Lodge for their Hawaiian Luau Charity Event.☀️🎉💃🎵🌺🍹🌴🤙😎🥥
My good friend, Kokomo Chris & I were very honored to perform for these Veterans and their families.🇺🇲🙏🪖🥰
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On Saturday, June 11th, Tampa Elks Lodge #708's Veterans Committee hosted an outdoor event at Ballast Point Park in Tampa Florida.

As part of the Elks National Foundation Freedom Grant program, veterans from the VA Domiciliary and Liberty Manor for Veterans, Inc were treated to a day of fishing, lunch and lots of fun.

Each veteran received its own fishing pole and were assisted by Elks committee and lodge members. All were grateful for the opportunity to be outdoor and amongst friends, one comment from a veteran was “I truly enjoy being with y’all”.

The committee is looking forward to another three outdoor events this year which include a picnic at Picnic Island, a boat ride around downtown Tampa and a wreath laying ceremony, all events include lunch.

Pictured are Shelagh, Edie, Joe, Richard, Doug, Evelyn, Debbie, Rita and Jose.
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“So long as there are Veterans, the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks will never forget them.”

On May 20, Tampa Elks Lodge #708 welcomed nine guests from Liberty Manor for Veterans, Inc for dinner.

Owner Connie Lindsay and her husband, David, brought seven veterans from their nonprofit transitional housing to the lodge. After being seated, they were each greeted by Jose Remon, Lodge Veterans Services Chair, and Rita Smith, Exalted Ruler. Veterans Services Committee members Joe LoCicero, Debbie Brennan, George Hofer and Edie Hanley were their attendants and servers and saw to their every need. The veterans were served a dinner of New York strip steaks, grilled jumbo shrimp, rosemary roasted potatoes, fresh green beans and cheese biscuits. For dessert, there was warm bread pudding with a vanilla sauce.

The Veterans Services Committee raises funds, especially for entertaining veterans in need. The cost of this dinner for these veterans was $221. Pictured in blue are the veterans, and David and Connie Lindsay are at the ends of the table. New member Thomas Hofer is seated with the veterans as well.
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“So long as there are Veterans, the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks will never forget them.”

Teamwork ✔️
Integrity ✔️
Commitment ✔️
Community ✔️

Thanks to our Turner Veterans employee resource group for organizing a volunteer opportunity with Liberty Manor for Veterans, Inc in Tampa. 🇺🇸

On March 18, Tampa Elks Lodge #708 welcomed 19 veterans and staff members from the James A. Haley Veterans' Hospital Domiciliary and Liberty Manor for Veterans, Inc to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.

Liberty Manor is a home in Tampa, Florida, for veterans who are temporarily unhoused. The guests were invited by the Veterans Committee members and they enjoyed a meal and entertainment.

Pictured with Paul DeLand, Exalted Ruler, are veteran residents of Liberty Manor.
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“So long as there are Veterans, the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks will never forget them.”

Backpacks for Homeless Veterans
Thank you James A. Haley Veterans' Hospital for the majority of items listed.
-Hygiene Kits
-Poncho/ Waterproof liner
-Socks
-Female Hygiene Items
-Hats
-and more..

Thank you Liberty Manor for Veterans, Inc for all you do. We hope to reach more Veteran shelters in the future and meet many more of our extended family of brothers and sisters in arms.

Nice, cool weather for serving today!

We had planned on cooking chicken but hadn't gone food shopping yet. We did a service project with Liberty Manor for Veterans, Inc yesterday and were given a ton of chicken and sweet potatoes. PRAISE GOD! We literally experienced God use these "loaves and fish" to feed 100 people.

Some new faces came down to volunteer with us and we served some new people as well. Clothes, hygiene bags, blankets, prayers, and smiles were given out.

As the winter months approach, the people could use some warm clothes, shoes, and/or blankets. Please let us know if you'd like to make a donation.
Thank you!
Happy Veterans Day!
To all of our Veterans... THANK YOU!

We are off today, but later, the Pegger and I will be taking a ride to Tampa, to deliver dinner... compliments of the Bridge Tender Inn, for our friends at Liberty Manor for Veterans, Inc. We'll also spend a couple hours with them and do some karaoke afterwards. LM currently homes 75 formerly homeless US Veterans. They do such great work, and receive far too little assistance... we're trying to change that.

Through the generosity of the folks who came out to our shows on Monday and Tuesday, we were able to raise north of $800 in our *Bucket of Love,* which we will be presenting them with tonight, as well.

OVER $800 IN JUST TWO NIGHTS!!!
😮😮😮😁😁😁👏👏👏🥰🥰🥰
Thank you, so very much to all who contributed. On top of providing the food, the Tender will also be donating cash, as well. The Pegger and I, so appreciate Fred, Susan, Sue, Shannon, and everyone at the Tender for always making us feel as welcome as they do, and for supporting our special causes as well. We couldn't possibly ever sufficiently express our gratitude, but we do thank them so very much...

The Pegger and I will be back at it tomorrow afternoon, hopefully out on the tiki, over at the Bridge Tender.
We'll get things going 3ish...
Hope to see you there!
Pints up! 🍻
Happy Tuesday!

We had an absolutely wonderful night last night at the Bridge Tender Inn. Veterans Day Week started off with a *bang!* Once again, we are working to help raise funds for our friends at Liberty Manor, and we are donating ALL of our Bucket of Love* earnings to Liberty Manor for Veterans, Inc all week...
Last night was a real nice start, we'll see what the rest of the week brings in for the Veterans.
When we started working with them some 7-8 years ago, I think they housed like 10 Veterans. They are now currently housing 75 formerly homeless Vets! I'm including a link for anyone who would like to help out, who can't make our shows this week. Thanks to everyone for their generosity last night!
On Thursday evening, we'll be taking a nice meal out to some of the Vets from Liberty Manor in Tampa, and having a karaoke party for them. Thanks to the Bridge Tender for providing the food for this.

We play at the Tender again tonight, we'll get things cooking around 7ish... hope to see you there!
Pints up!
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On May 31, Memorial Day, Liberty Manor for Veterans, Inc , a nonprofit home that houses veterans who live mostly independently under one roof, hosted a canoe race on the Hillsborough River. The canoe sponsors had the option to have a veteran be one of the canoe’s paddlers. The Tampa Elks Lodge #708 Veterans Committee agreed to sponsor a canoe for $500, and the lodge added $500 of its charity funds as well. Member Joe LoCicero agreed to paddle the canoe for the team, and veteran John France from Liberty Manor joined him.

LoCicero is a licensed mental health counselor who owns Green Fields Mental Health Services. He was introduced to the lodge when his niece, Kendall Runyon, was a top 20 Elks National Foundation MVS scholar. She is now in graduate school. He is a faithful member of the Veterans Committee and sometimes volunteers in the kitchen. France is a Vietnam-era veteran who was determined to go to Vietnam, though that was not his first station. He was shot down toward the end of his tour and has been awarded the Bronze Star, Soldier Service award and Purple Heart. He has been diagnosed with Agent Orange-related cancer in several organs and if not for Liberty Manor, he would be without a home.

The event also provided food trucks at no cost to the attendees, including salad options and Checkers French fries. Volunteers also grilled hot dogs and hamburgers. Sodas, water, snacks, nuts and cookies were also available. Though the lodge’s canoe did not win a prize, they were recognized for sponsoring the canoe.

Pictured are LoCicero and France with their canoe.
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“So long as there are Veterans, the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks will never forget them.”

Liberty Manor for Veterans, Inc and Hillsborough County Cultural Assets Program Hillsborough County, Florida Government are hosting a “Race on the River”

https://dunndealpublications.com/2021/05/veterans-race-on-the-river/
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