How an organic turkey will save the life of a struggling war veteran this Thanksgiving

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FITZWILLIAM, NH – Buy an organic turkey and help a struggling war veteran find a way back to life after deployment.

Veteran Victory Farm in Fitzwilliam is one of the Veteran Homestead programs offering unique opportunities for lifestyle changes to our nation’s homeless veterans; veterans who are desperately seeking success in the transition between residential treatment programs to independent or transitional housing.

Veterans are allowed the time, space and retraining needed to get back to life after deployment.
Veterans are allowed the time, space and retraining needed to get back to life after deployment.

Located in Fitzwilliam, the Veteran Victory Farm is a groundbreaking concept on a beautiful, eighty-acre working farm that provides a home for veterans with substance abuse issues and mild TBI. Residents tend the farm’s organic vegetable garden and care for a variety of farm animals ranging from horses to cows to pigs to chickens.

The program offers a unique opportunity for a lifestyle change to homeless veterans seeking success in the transition between residential treatment programs to independent or transitional housing.

The facility is staffed with experts and advocates who provide medical treatment and psychological counseling. The Veteran Victory Farm is an affordable alternative for drug and alcohol free living in a peaceful and safe environment. Each veteran has the opportunity to grow and cultivate their own future surrounded by fellow veterans on a gorgeous New England landscape. Additionally, the farm provides eggs and pork products to all Veteran Homestead facilities.

This Thanksgiving season Veteran Victory Farm is offering organic turkey’s to the public. Cost is $4 per lb. A $10 deposit is required to reserve your turkey.

To order, please call: (603) 585-9427 or (978) 353-0234
Leave a message and/or send the $10 deposit or payment (write “turkey” in the memo” to:

Veteran Homestead
69 High St.
Fitchburg, MA 01420

Turkey’s will be ready for pick up the week before Thanksgiving at the farm.

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