Sun Shine: Project New Hope unrelenting in support of veterans in need

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For the past five years, Project New Hope on James Street has been helping military veterans throughout New England reacclimate to civilian life, offering free weekend-long retreats focusing on mental and physical issues affecting veterans, and providing support and assistance to nearly 500 veterans’ families and their loved ones.

Project New Hope’s President and CEO William Moore, a disabled Air Force veteran, founded the organization in 2010 and has helped hundreds of veterans and their families facing issues of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, military sexual trauma, drug and alcohol abuse and more.

Bill Moore shakes hands with Patriots owner Bob Kraft during a Gillette Stadium ceremony honoring Project New Hope and nonprofits like it.

Courtesy New England Patriots

Bill Moore shakes hands with Patriots owner Bob Kraft during a Gillette Stadium ceremony honoring Project New Hope and nonprofits like it.

The New England Patriots recognized Moore and Project New Hope Sunday, Dec. 20, as a Patriots Difference Maker of the Week, a weekly recognition of charitable organizations throughout New England.


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