It’s little things that make a big difference to Caitlin Shea, like saying “thank you” to veterans who sacrificed in service to the nation.
As director of the nonprofit HomeAid Southern Nevada, her “small thank-you” comes at the right time and in a big way for vets who are transitioning from life on the street to life with homes and jobs.
HomeAid and volunteers from the Southern Nevada Home Builders Association on Thursday celebrated completion of a $460,000 renovation of the U.S.VETS’ kitchen.
“Our goal is to make it safe, clean and dignified,” Shea said. “It is the most humbling feeling of gratitude in my heart that goes out to these men and women. It’s a small way to say ‘thank you.’”