National Construction Charity Donates $265,000 to Renovate Historic Dairy Barn to Serve as New Headquarters for Veterans' Support Group

March 8, 2019

AGC Charities Inc., the charitable arm of the Associated General Contractors of America, donated $265,000 today to fund a new “National Healing Quarters” for Warrior Canine Connection. The funds will help cover the cost of renovating a historic dairy barn in Boyds, Maryland to serve as the new headquarters for the group that provides therapy for veterans with invisible wounds like PTSD and service dogs for other wounded veterans.

“It has been an honor to help build a new home for a group that is doing so much to rebuild the lives of wounded veterans,” said Michael Anderson, chairman of AGC Charities and senior vice president of American Global, Inc. “Considering how much Warrior Canine Connection has already accomplished while working out of a glorified garage, it is easy to see how its impact will grow once its new headquarters opens.”

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