Safe America Asked to Help Homeless Veterans with Georgia Non-profit

Marietta, Georgia-based 'COBB Hope Center,' a 501-c-3 non-profit, met recently with Len and Mary Lou Pagano to evaluate ways to work together in dealing with homelessness and veterans. Founder John Morgan (second from right) expressed his optimism that together, the two non-profits can 'make a difference' in creating a national model to deal with homelessness in a more sustaining way.

Also discussing the issue was Jason Butler, a former San Francisco-based fundraising executive who worked in California for the Salvation Army. Mr. Butler expressed his enthusiasm, also, and will be meeting further with Mr. Pagano to strategize how the two non-profits might collaborate this spring - starting at the April 26-27 'Spring Symposium' at the Federal Reserve Bank.