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Megan & Josh retrieved their stolen van with your help!

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UPDATE June 1, 2021:

With the help of so many people, Meaghan & Josh were able to retrieve their van from the police impound, and are taking inventory of what was stolen. Thank you to everyone that donated! Additional funds received will go to replacing stolen items and to help Meaghan & Josh get off the street into a room or an apartment as soon as possible!

LINK:

Meaghan & Josh GoFundMe-Van Retrieval

We NEED Your HELP!

There are always Veterans and other poor people in need. We are working now with our non-profit sponsor, American Veterans Benefit Alliance, to help veterans over 62 years old, and who qualify, receive their Aid & Attendance Benefits. These important benefits help with the cost of equipment and supplies not covered by MediCare or Hospice, and also with handicapped Vans, round the clock nursing if necessary, and much more.

Benefits can total over $2000 monthly for most qualified veterans, and over $1100 monthly for qualified widows/widowers of U.S. Military Veterans. 

Please contact us here or at benefits@brandonsbattalionproject.org for more information. 

PLEASE HELP US TO HELP MORE HUMANS!

It will make a difference!

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R.I.P.

We are heartbroken to announce the passing of Brandon's beloved grandfather, 

"Papa Joe" Berrellez, and his grandmother 'Nana" Margarita Berrellez.

Joe Berrellez passed away at the age of almost 97 on July 30, 2020. Margarita followed her husband in passing at almost 93, on August 29, 2020. Both passed of natural causes after being cared for at the home of their eldest son, Bobby Berrellez

for their last four years, the last two months in at-home hospice care.

 

Please note that Brandon's Battalion Project will be suspending operations for the remainder of 2020, while we attend to their affairs.

 

Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause, and we hope to be back to work as soon as possible. 

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Painted Heart

Issues affecting our Military Veterans TODAY

PTSD, DEMENTIA, DEPRESSION

FRONTOTEMPORAL DEMENTIA

RELATIONSHIP PROBLEMS

HOMELESS VETERANS

aboutus

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Brandon's Battalion Project is a

charity organization

(non-profit 501(c)(3) pending) established to assist

Military Veterans.

We provide mentorship,

life coaching,

tutoring, housing advocates, and

employment search assistance. 


help@brandonsbattalion.org

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Please let us hear from you. If you have anything that you'd like to say about what we're doing, about Brandon Berrellez, or just to say hello, please send us a note either here on the website, on our Facebook, Instagram or Twitter pages, or even by email help@brandonsbattalion.org.

Brandon's Battalion Project

Brandon's Battalion Project,

I joined clb7 combat engineer platoon few months after Berrellez did and I served with him in Afghanistan 2014. He was a great man and fantastic Marine and there has not been a single day that I haven’t thought about him and his positive influence on anyone around him. Even now it is not any easier.

 

But y’all are doing something that he would be proud of. The difficult part of the military is not joining or going through boot camp or deploying. It is getting out of the military and trying to find your way. It’s trying to find your way, a job, a place to live, and a purpose. Today’s society has such a twisted view on combat veterans which makes it near impossible to find any living wage job or a purpose in life after serving.

 

I myself have just now after almost three years found a job that will be living wage and the only reason is luck and by Gods grace. Y’all are making B-rad proud and if there is anything I can do to help please let me know. The road hasn’t been smooth but if I can help even just one individual I will do what I can. Thank you! God bless!  

Nathan Stringer

Brandon's Battalion Project,

Great Marine and a even better friend. I miss you everyday brother. 

Joshua Casebolt

              

 

Brandon's Battalion Project,

I love you and miss you Brandon...

John Berrellez

Brandon's Battalion Project,

 

Brandon, this whole thing is done in your honor. To honor your life, your dreams, and your living soul. 

For that reason we cannot do it half-ass. We don't have a lot of money, but we have plenty of will, experience, and love. 

We'd rather be spending the time with you, and this is one way that we can do just that.

Bobby Berrellez

Brandon's Battalion Project,

Good man.

Andrew Turner

Brandon's Battalion Project,

Thank you so much for making these shirts in memory of Brandon, he was a good friend of mine... I was in the same Platoon as Brandon, and we deployed together in Afghanistan. I’m the guy in the picture you reposted on March 12th, I’m holding the 240 bravo machine gun while Brandon is smiling in the picture with his hands on his hips 

Loreto Mendoza

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