New Hope Village 4 Veterans, Inc. was founded on the idea of helping those in need. Ever since our organization was established, we have endeavored to provide help where the need is greatest.
Our team is made up entirely of volunteers. We advocate for those who need our help. Even a little help goes a long way.
That is why we are especially happy to find new volunteers who share our commitment to doing good in the world. Do you want to support us by helping with our work? Then do not hesitate to contact us. A helping hand is always greatly appreciated!
Frank Guy Cavalieri Jr.
It's a place called home, it's a safe haven, and it's a place where love, compassion, support and direction is given to me on a daily basis. Cheryl (Kit) Turner is my land lady from heaven the person who provides these intangible things to me daily. I once about 8 months ago was a homeless Veteran who lived on the streets of South Jersey than made my way up to Essex County mainly the Newark, East Orange area to find myself behind
buildings in dumpsters and shelters all over which is no place for a Veteran of any branch, race, color or creed.
I got out of the Military like all others do to move on to bigger and better things, but my inability to find right medication for my PTSD and depression I went after drugs and that only made me broke and eventually homeless and I've had my fair share of run-ins with the law as well. I met Kit through a friend when I was staying at the Salvation Army shelter on Fullerton Street in Montclair. I called her and she opened her heart and home to me. Now I didn't have much to offer, but she still gave me a place to stay knowing my situation. I've worked odd jobs throughout the 8 months living with Kit always wondering if I was going to be able to give her Rent. Sometimes I can't pay at all or if I can pay it is late and it's only a measly $300. a month but she always bears with me, which is great for someone in my situation. By being here I've been able to pull myself together take classes at the VA Medical Center in East Orange for my situation and I've picked up some reliable and steady work with a tree service for the time being. I just wish somebody could help Kit out like she helps others. Everyone at one point or another deserves a helping hand and Ms. Turner is due for hers.
Thank you for listening. God speed!
Sgt. Frank Cavalieri Jr.
Please call us at: 800-845-0162 ext 409 or fill out our contact form.
New Hope Village 4 Veterans, Inc.
To date we have worked with VFW Post 1941 in helping (50) Vet's with finding housing, jobs, money to pay bills, applying for benifites and so far we have paid for 4 hotel room stays for families during last years snow storms.
Oct. 31 We will be working with VFW Post 1941 and the Montclair Community with their Harvest Feast. Helping with supplies, setting up and clean up.
Aug. 27th NHV4V worked with VFW Camptown Post 1941 to provide school supplies for 152 children from
grades Pre K - College and a cookout for 250 people all for free.
Nov. 29th from 11 am util there will be a mini Stand Down in Irvington by the Servicemans club on Springfield Ave.
Dec. 1 - 15th the Coat & Toy Drive donations can be dropped off at the MNDC Office on 218 Bloomfield Ave in Montclair over by Firestone. Coats all sizes slightly used or New and all toys need to be unwrapped or age marked on package. Help to make someones Christmas brighter.
Dec. 8th We will be goving over to the West Orange Aromy for their Christmas Party hanging out 400 Thank you bags.
Connect with us on Facebook & Linkdlin to learn about upcoming projects and volunteer opportunities. Also www.manorcommunities.com