VA Maryland Health Care System
American Legion Dorchester Post 91 Donates Over $38,800 To Support Veteran Patients Throughout MD
Pictured are (left to right) Jim Wilcox, donation chairman, American Legion Dorchester Post 91; Dr. Adam M. Robinson, Jr., acting director, VA Maryland Health Care System, and Stan Werner, commander, American Legion Dorchester Post 91.
The American Legion Dorchester Post 91 in Cambridge, Md., recently donated over $38,800 to the Veterans Affairs (VA) Maryland Health Care System to benefit Veteran patients throughout the state.
The Post donated $23,893 to the Cambridge VA Outpatient Clinic, a division of the health care system, to purchase coffee and coffee supplies for Veteran patients to enjoy while they are waiting for their clinic appointments and for new equipment and supplies to benefit direct patient care needs. Additionally, the post donated $7,500 to purchase supplies and equipment to support the needs of Veteran patients at the Baltimore VA Medical Center, and $7,500 to send Veteran patients from the Perry Point VA Medical Center the VA National Therapeutic Games.
“The American Legion Dorchester Post 91 has been instrumental in supporting the needs of Maryland’s Veterans for many years,” said R. David Edwards, chief of Public & Community Relations for the VA Maryland Health Care System. “Their continued generosity has helped to enhance the services and programs we provide to our nation’s heroes.”