July 27, 2021 – Drexel Hamilton awarded a grant to Camillus House to help support its Housing Veterans Program in Miami-Dade County. Drexel Hamilton’s Anthony Felice and Lynn Orenstein toured Camillus House, a full service center that provides a continuum of care for the homeless, and learned firsthand about the scope of services it provides. (Please see video below or here.)
“Camillus house is doing truly amazing work. Drexel Hamilton is very proud to provide support towards helping Veterans recover from trauma and homelessness,” said Anthony Felice, Drexel Hamilton Managing Partner and CEO.
In addition to the grant, Drexel Hamilton will be providing the Veterans at Camillus House with financial literacy classes and legal assistance.
“Camillus House is honored to partner alongside Drexel Hamilton to help Veterans in need that so graciously served to protect our Nation’s freedom. Thank you to Drexel Hamilton for working with Camillus to ensure that no Veteran is homeless in our community,” said Christine Perez, Camillus House Vice President of Development.
Drexel Hamilton is a 100% Veteran-owned and operated, full-service investment bank committed to client success and supporting our Veteran community.