Trident University International to Deliver Care Packages to Veterans in Texas

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We’re thankful for the effort and care Trident put into this event. They lead by example when it comes to helping out our men and women in uniform. – Reginald A. Hardy, Chief of Voluntary Service at the Central Texas Veterans Health Care System

On May 26th, Trident University International (Trident) will distribute hygiene care packages at the Austin (TX) VA Outpatient Clinic. The event, which runs from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., is part of the University’s ongoing commitment to be active and involved in the communities where its students and alumni reside.

Representing Trident at the clinic will be Vice President of Strategic Alliances and Outreach Services, Esmeralda Silva, and Director of Alumni Engagement and Outreach Operations, Kendra Temple. Also in attendance will be James Spargo, the president of Trident’s Houston Alumni Chapter.

The Austin VA Outpatient Clinic is one of the largest facilities of its kind in the country. Opened in 2013, the clinic serves a growing veteran population in the Austin-metropolitan area.

“We’re thankful for the effort and care Trident put into this event. They lead by example when it comes to helping out our men and women in uniform,” said Reginald A. Hardy, Chief of Voluntary Service at the Central Texas Veterans Health Care System.

Beginning in early April, Trident started collecting materials for the hygiene care packages. Donations were collected across the entire University community, including Trident Alumni Chapters located in Texas. Chapters in Killeen, Dallas, Houston, El Paso, and San Antonio also contributed to this effort.

In the past few years, community events have become commonplace for Trident. The…

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