Military Foundation Donates Home In Palm Bay

By  //  April 11, 2014

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selfless efforts to protect his troops

As part of Bank of America’s efforts to help revitalize communities and support the housing needs of those who have served and sacrificed for our nation like Israel Matos and his wife, above, Bank of America, in partnership with nonprofit organizations, has donated nearly 1,000 homes to military veterans and first responders over the past three years. (Image for SpaceCoastDaily.com)

As part of Bank of America’s efforts to help revitalize communities and support the housing needs of those who have served and sacrificed for our nation like Israel Matos and his wife, above, Bank of America, in partnership with nonprofit organizations, has donated nearly 1,000 homes to military veterans and first responders over the past three years. (Image for SpaceCoastDaily.com)

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA — It was a dream come true for U.S. Army Retired, Sergeant Israel Matos and his wife, Terisa, when they received a home donated by Military Warriors Support Foundation, in partnership with Bank of America,  on March 17 in Palm Bay.

A Purple Heart and National Defense Service Medal recipient, Sergeant Matos served  in the  Marine Corps. He moved up in the ranks quickly and trained more than 8,000 Marines. In his selfless efforts to protect his troops from a suicide bomber, Sergeant Matos was severely injured and had to return home. He and his wife plan to adopt children with the belief of providing the same chance at a good life that Sergeant Matos received when his family adopted him. Bank of America and Military Warriors Support Foundation are honored to award Sergeant Matos and his family the gift of homeownership. (Image for SpaceCoastDaily.com)

A Purple Heart and National Defense Service Medal recipient, Sergeant Matos served in the Marine Corps. He moved up in the ranks quickly and trained more than 8,000 Marines. In his selfless efforts to protect his troops from a suicide bomber, Sergeant Matos was severely injured and had to return home. He and his wife plan to adopt children with the belief of providing the same chance at a good life that Sergeant Matos received when his family adopted him. Bank of America and Military Warriors Support Foundation are honored to award Sergeant Matos and his family the gift of homeownership. (Image for SpaceCoastDaily.com)

A Purple Heart and National Defense Service Medal recipient, Sergeant Matos served  in the  Marine Corps. He moved up in the ranks quickly and trained more than 8,000 Marines.

In his selfless efforts to protect his troops from a suicide bomber, Sergeant Matos was severely injured and had to return home.

He and his wife plan to adopt children with the belief of providing the same chance at a good life that Sergeant Matos received when his family adopted him.

A Purple Heart and National Defense Service Medal recipient, Sergeant Matos served  in the  Marine Corps

A Purple Heart and National Defense Service Medal recipient, Sergeant Matos served in the Marine Corps

Bank of America and Military Warriors Support Foundation are honored to award Sergeant Matos and his family the gift of homeownership.

DONATED NEARLY 1,000 HOMES

As part of Bank of America’s efforts to help revitalize communities and support the housing needs of those who have served and sacrificed for our nation, Bank of America, in partnership with nonprofit organizations, has donated nearly 1,000 homes to military veterans and first responders over the past three years.

This donation is made possible through a partnership with Military Warriors Support Foundation, which works with financial institutions such as Bank of America to support its Homes4WoundedHeroes and Homes4GoldStars program.

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