Swim With A Mission, Recovery Logistics Network Deliver Essential Protective Gear To Veterans Home

MANCHESTER, N.H. — Thursday April 10, 2020
Reported By Jennifer Vaughn – Click Image For Video

The veterans support group Swim with a Mission handed off 140 N95 masks and gowns to help stock the NH Veterans Home with much needed equipment. The organization worked with Recovery Logistics Network to secure the equipment. Founder of RLN, Joe Matarese and SWAM  board member Mark Prestipino made this donation possible by securing the PPE’s. The company has now delivered almost 3 million vital pieces of safety equipment to hospitals and organizations during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Swim With A Mission also delivered some holiday treats to keep spirits up, including Easter baskets, candy, bird feeders, MP3 players and headphones.“These birdfeeders will be outside their windows to get some of that isolation away,” said Margaret LaBrecque from the New Hampshire Veterans Home Commandant. “The gowns and masks will protect our staff as they care for our veterans and candy always goes a long way.”

[Phil Taub is a corporate lawyer at Nixon Peabody LLP and co-founded a charity with his wife Julie to support Veterans called Swim With A Mission. They bring a large group of Navy SEALs to NH every year in July to raise money for Veterans].

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