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Hudson Valley Hero

HUDSON VALLEY HERO PROJECT

Find Your Inner Hero and Get Involved!

WE ARE HONORED TO PARTNER WITH HUDSON VALLEY HERO PROJECT AS OUR LOCAL CHARITY FOR SUBARU'S SHARE THE LOVE EVENT. MARC COVIELLO, A PURPLE HEART COMBAT VETERAN, CREATED THIS FOUNDATION AFTER HIS EXPERIENCE OF 2 TOURS OF DUTY. HE KNOWS THE VALUE IN HAVING YOUR HOME TOWN BEHIND YOU. WHEN YOU DONATE TO HUDSON VALLEY HERO PROJECT, NOT ONLY ARE YOU HELPING ACTIVE AND RETIRED LOCAL VETERANS, YOU ARE SAYING THANK YOU FOR THEIR HARD WORK AND SACRIFICE.

Hudson Valley Hero Project



The 105th Base Honor Guard doing the presentation of the colors at our Share the Love check event. The event was attended by local veterans, political constituents, community leaders, customers and staff.

 
Marc Coviello, founder of Hudson Valley Hero Project, received a check in the amount of $60,277. We are humbled to be able to help our veterans in any way we can.

UPDATE: We are delighted to have had an immediate impact on the veteran community. From receiving the check so far these veterans have been helped:

  • Assisted HONOR EHG (Homeless Veterans Shelter) - The shelter requested assistance outfitting their new homeless shelter in order to start allowing veterans access to the new facility. With money from Mid-Hudson Subaru's donation, we purchased mattress covers, sheet sets, blankets, pillows and bedspreads in patriotic colors for every bed in the shelter.
  • The Hudson Valley Hero Project recently assisted a honorably discharged Marine who was living with family members after finishing his time in service, but unfortunately the home caught fire and the Marine was staying in a hotel until he got into a new apartment. The Hudson Valley Hero Project provided him with the financial assistance of one month's rent for his new apartment, as well as $500 to Freight Liquidators furniture store and $500 to Walmart in order to help him get off to a good start. 
  • Two local children decided that instead of asking for birthday presents from their friends, they requested that their friends donate goods to the Hudson Valley Hero Project to send overseas to locally deployed troops. We were able to ship an additional 50 boxes of goods overseas to locally deployed troops. Mid-Hudson Subaru's donation covered the cost of the shipment. 
  • The Hudson Valley Hero Project assisted a struggling Marine Corps veteran with an overdue electric payment. The veteran was referred to us by Dutchess County's Vet to Vet program. Sadly, the veteran was sleeping in his truck due to financial issues. We offered to assist the veteran with finding a home, as well as paying for the initial costs of moving in, but the Marine Corps veteran did not want to accept any form of charity for himself. He insisted that he make his way back onto his feet on his own merit. He humbly requested that the Hudson Valley Hero Project only assist with paying for an electric bill, so that his children still living at home would be able to live day to day comfortably. The outstanding electric bill was $812.01 and we paid for it in its entirety.
  •  We just assisted another Marine Corps veteran with moving costs. The veteran is a single father earning a low wage salary. He is currently live in a one bedroom apartment, but unfortunately it is not enough space for him and his growing daughter. The veteran found a suitable living space but his initial cost of moving will be approximately $3,000. The veteran was able to save $1,400 to put toward the move and inquired about any assistance we might be able to offer. The Hudson Valley Hero Project will be covering the additional $1,600 for his initial cost of moving as well as a $500 gift certificate to his local supermarket, so that he may alleviate some food shopping costs in the near future for his daughter and himself.




Our energy is devoted to supporting the service members and veterans in the Hudson Valley region of New York. By supporting our heroes we will not only strengthen our veterans, but our community as well. 
 
Volunteers packing the boxes for soldiers overseas

Ready to go!

 
Peter speaking about Hudson Valley Hero Project.
 
Barron Butler, Marc Coviello, Peter Maher, Rich Spaziante presenting the Share the Love check.