Hollywood, MD, August 30, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Joe Anderson, Greenwell Foundation’s Board of Trustees Chair, recently hosted Northrop Grumman’s Scott Stewart and Casey Bowen to Greenwell to thank them for years of Northrop Grumman’s philanthropic support and to show them the recently completed Tiny Home.
Through the investments of Northrop Grumman and other generous local corporations and individuals, a local formerly homeless veteran was welcomed home to the Tiny House this spring.
About Greenwell Foundation:
The Greenwell Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to providing Southern Maryland community members with programs, services, and facilities to people of all levels of ability. The Foundation is located in Greenwell State Park in Hollywood, Maryland.
The Greenwell Foundation holds programs including Summer Camp, Therapeutic Riding Programs, Weekend Teen Outdoor Nature Programs, and various programs specifically designed for Veterans.
The Foundation operates on the 600-acre Greenwell State Park in Hollywood, Maryland. Located on the lower Patuxent River, the park provides an outdoor space available for people both with and without disabilities. By putting inclusion first, the Greenwell Foundation both empowers those with disabilities, and educates those without.
For more information, contact:
Phone: (301) 373-9775