Madison College COVID-19 emergency grant helps disabled veteran develop Wisconsin Watch training camp at Outpost 422

Madison College announced Covid-19 Emergency Funds became available in June.

Madison College connects Service Officer and disabled veteran student with COVID-19 emergency funding Friday.

Madison College announced through email there is emergency funding available through the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund offering up to $750 per student. To be eligible, the recipient must be enrolled in one credit during the summer 2021 semester.

Please reach out to if you find yourself unsure of where to turn. You can fill out the contact form and the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1318 of Madison, Wisconsin Service Officer will help you. Outpost 422 works for all who are challenged by the 11th hour.

Operation: Greenspace is a community search mission and recovery campaign being developed by the generous grant of $500 through emergency assistance.


Author: Bob Cobb Freelance Ink LLC Word Press Administrator

Bob Cobb Freelance Ink LLC works to connect veterans and their families in the community with blogs for community watch. The firm enlists at-risk veterans to provide resources for stories. The group reports leads to the Wisconsin Department of Justice, Wisconsin Department of Homeland Security, and The Wisconsin Department of Transportation, Agriculture and Consumer Protection. Each project helps at-risk veterans find gainful employment by going back to school to become multimedia reporting interns at Outpost 422.

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