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BlueKey Supports School Supply Drive For Homeless Veterans' Children

SAN ANTONIO, TX - BlueKey Restoration partnered with the South Texas Veterans Health Care System last month to purchase and fill backpacks with school supplies from a local San Antonio Walmart.


President, David Lewgood, donated a portion of BlueKey Restoration's proceeds from the company's ongoing Veteran Affairs (VA) renovation project in San Antonio.  As a small token of giving back to the community and his fellow veterans, Lewgood was proud to help hundreds of homeless veterans and their children prepare for the current school year.  

In an article by Bill Barajas on KSAT12, Larry Hopkins, a single father who served in the Army for 12 years, said he wishes more veterans were aware of the services available to them.


"A lot of veterans don't know that they can come here but this place helps out a lot. It helps us get stabilized," Hopkins said.

The U.S Department of Veterans Affairs and its homeless veterans program were able to give a total of 232 children backpacks filled with school supplies.  The children who received assistance are in grades pre-kindergarten to high school.

If you would like to learn more about donating to our veterans or volunteer information, please visit the South Texas VA.

If you are interested in learning more, please contact us today or email

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