Detachment of New Jersey

Detachment Commander's Project

Gary Nelson

Updated November 30, 2021


Detachment of New Jersey Commander's Project

Commander Henry Hasselhan

2021-2022

 

July 26, 2021

 

Dear Squadrons + Members,

 

Detachment Commander Henry Hasselhan has decided to pair up with American Legion Department Commander Dunn and Auxiliary Department President Babli for a joint project helping our Veterans which is one of the four pillars of the American Legion Family. See attached sheet for discription of the project.

Any donations from Squadrons or individually will be greatly appreciated and will be sent a Certificate of Appreciation signed by the Commander and myself. This projects is what we do as an American Legion Family, helping Veterans that are in need.

Please make all donations payable to:   Detachment of N.J.

and send to:     Detachment Commander Project

                       P.O. Box 2095

                       Cliffside Park, NJ 07010

or you can come to a Detachment meeting and present it to the Commander personally. Commander Hasselhan and myself will be traveling throughout the state and you can present it to us anytime. Please DO NOT send donations to Department Headquarters in Trenton as you may not get recognized and your donation could get mixed up with something else.

           Thank you in advance for your donation and we are looking forward to seeing all of you this year.

          

For God and Country,

_____ __________ 

Henry Hasselhan __________________ ______________Gary P. Nelson

Detachment Commander ___________ ____________Detachment Commander’s Project Chairman





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Department Commander Dunn 2021-2022 Legion Family Project


$18,000 for additional flag poles at all 5 homes and General Doyle Cemetery. The 2 new poles will be for the addition of the Space Force and the National Guard.

$20,000 for service dog through Rebuilding Warriors to assist a veteran with physical or mental needs.

$25,100 to Hoboken Post 107 Veteran Housing expansion project

$15,000 Suicide Awareness funding

$10,000 Homeless Veterans Fund

$10,000 View Clix for Menlo Park Veterans Home. 20 residents will receive the 15.6 inch display that is an easy way for seniors to keep connected to family and friends through video calls and photos.

$5,000 Veterans Haven South for Library and Craft supplies

$25,000 Will go to the sustainability of the new 501C3 Legion Family Fund.


I will be asking to raised a total of $128,100 for the Legion Family Project. Many of the funds will be dedicated to helping Veterans in need and suicide awareness which I feel go hand in hand. By working together with our Legion Family, we will be able to accomplish a lot of great things the way that our organization has always done.