The pathway leading up to the back building of our facilities
A symbol for our Veterans Employment Agency, the independent, for-profit company housed on our campus that produces headstone inscriptions for various veterans cemeteries across the nation.
The courtyard between the dining hall and a resident building. Veterans can enjoy eating their meals outside during the sunny weather, or get together for a friendly conversation in a relaxing and supportive community environment.
Lovely greenery and trees accent the various buildings on our campus.
A peek inside a typical room layout for our resident veterans.
Our campus is lined with trees.
Front entrance to our facilities.
View of our meeting room used for Sunday services and resident meetings.
“The red room”: Our main lobby/parlor area where visitors and family members of resident veterans can come and enjoy the company of their loved one who stays at our facilities.
Our Dining room
Our garden towards the back of our facilities. This land will produce some home grown vegetable staples during the spring and summertime, which will be used in the kitchen.
A scene from our grand opening in July 2013.
A back view of the building used to house female veterans.
CEO & Founder Irvin Goodwin stands proudly beneath the archway entrance of our facility.
San Jose mayor Chuck Reed was the keynote speaker at our grand opening in July 2013.
A view of our spacious dining hall where our resident veterans are served three hearty meals a day, free of charge.
A view of a resident room: each room comes with a sliding door that opens up to a view of our beautiful campus and allows for ample sunlight for our veterans.
Another example of what incoming veterans can expect upon coming to our facilities.
Enjoying the beautiful San Jose summer weather on our facilities!
Another view of our glorious dining room.
Veterans and visitors touring the facilities during our Veterans Day Celebration in 2013.