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With your generous investment, you will support student veterans, who unlike the majority of their peers have given so much to ensure the freedoms our nation so richly cherishes.

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6750 E Camelback Road, Suite 100
Scottsdale, Arizona 85251

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Support Education and Employment for Vets (S.E.E.4VETS) has been honored with two-consecutive grants, totaling $40,000 over a two-year period from The Silverman Family Foundation.

The Silverman Family story…Ray Silverman bought the Paradise Valley Guest Ranch in 1953. It had 12 units, and eventually expanded to 37. However, the ranch was closed in 1978 and the property redeveloped. Several years later, the Silverman’s opened the 211-room Granada Royale Hometel franchise, and became an Embassy Suites franchise in 1984. They added 101 rooms in 1985. In 1990’s, they went independent when the franchise contract expired, changing the name to Chaparral Suites. The historic property, within walking distance of Scottsdale Fashion Square, Old Town and the Scottsdale Waterfront, became an iconic hotel to many San Francisco Giants baseball fans.

In 1991, the Silverman Family Foundation was established, and the following year, Ray Silverman established the Ray Silverman Nursing Education Endowment.

S.E.E.4VETS is premier non-profit veteran organization partnering with community colleges to shape and implement programs design to improve student veteran retention, and inspire student veterans to “persist and advance” in their school studies.

Support Education and Employment for Vets (S.E.E.4VETS) has been honored with two-contributions totaling $15,000 from the Mills Family Charitable Fund.

The Mills and Mayors story…Hollis A. (Bill) Mills and Chester Majors pooled their resources and started the 2M Company, a water well wholesale supplier in 1978.During their first year, the two experienced salesmen had $1.5 million in total sales. Decades later, the company is position to see sales exceed $200 million within the next five years, predicts H. A. “Buzz” Mills, Bill Mill’s son, who is now the company’s president.

2M Company has 15 locations in Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Washington, Texas, New Mexico, Oregon, including four locations in Montana. Western Hydro has 12 locations in California, Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Kansas, Nevada and Utah.

S.E.E.4VETS is premier non-profit veteran organization partnering with community colleges to shape and implement programs design to improve student veteran retention, and inspire student veterans to “persist and advance” in their school studies.

September 11, 2019, the 9/11 Memorial & Museum led the world in commemorating the 18th anniversary of the horrific attacks of on that day. Marking this important anniversary, the 9/11 Memorial & Museum hosted the annual commemoration ceremony to honor the 2,983 men, women and children killed in the attacks at the World Trade Center site, the Pentagon, aboard Flight 93 and in the 1993 WTC bombing.

As the history books reflect on the post 9/11 era, service members and their families will be remembered as American patriots whose sacrifice and dedication to the values of our country will be singled out and revered for a long time. Video produced by Rose+Moser+Allyn PR.

September 11, 2019, the 9/11 Memorial & Museum led the world in commemorating the 18th anniversary of the horrific attacks of on that day. Marking this important anniversary, the 9/11 Memorial & Museum hosted the annual commemoration ceremony to honor the 2,983 men, women and children killed in the attacks at the World Trade Center site, the Pentagon, aboard Flight 93 and in the 1993 WTC bombing.

As the history books reflect on the post 9/11 era, service members and their families will be remembered as American patriots whose sacrifice and dedication to the values of our country will be singled out and revered for a long time. Video produced by Rose+Moser+Allyn PR.

S.E.E.4VETS collaborates with community colleges in shaping and implementing programs that tend to inspire student veterans to “persist and advance” in their school work. Funds we grant these colleges, facilitate and sustain their veteran-centric academic and non-academic support programs, and they are:

Encouraging first-generation, low-income veterans to enroll and complete a Veterans Upward Bound project, then enroll in their local community college.

Establishing, improving or expanding Veteran Service Centers at community college campuses, which allow veteran students to work on assignments, attend study groups, and socialize with others who share the same life experiences in these centers.

Providing student veterans academic success programs designed to improve their academic standing such as veteran-centric tutoring programs.

Offering “access-funds” programs to student veterans in need, to offset part of their financial burden while attending community college.