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Chip Purkey

Director of Production and Warehouse Management

Help Hospitalized Veterans Inc

HQ Phone:  (951) 926-4500

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Help Hospitalized Veterans Inc

36585 Penfield Lane

Winchester, California,92596

United States

Company Description

For more than 40 years, HHV, a nonprofit organization founded during the Vietnam War, has supplied therapeutic arts-and-crafts kits free of charge to veterans, military personnel and their families. The kits often become a part of the patient's treatment plan,...more

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Chip Purkey
Director of Production and Warehouse Management


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"The majority of our production department employees are long-timers," said Chip Purkey, HHV's plant manager.
"They cut leather and wood components from raw materials, which are then packaged and sent to veterans receiving medical care." The kits, such as leather moccasins and wallets, wood clocks and keepsake boxes, plastic sun-catchers and many others are designed to assist veterans in their rehabilitation process. "In 2011 over a half million craft kits were produced," said Purkey. "Our staff is keenly aware of who will be receiving the fruits of their labor. They take great pride and care in their workmanship," he added. "HHV kits will always be free to veteran patients because the price has already been paid by their sacrifices," Purkey said.


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