Quirk Employees In Bangor Donate to Wounded Maine Veterans Group
One of the biggest challenges our wounded troops face is the transition from military to civilian life after being injured in the line of duty. Navigating the multiple bureaucracies
responsible for their needs can be tremendously frustrating and far too often our heroes fall through the cracks.
The Wounded Heroes Program of Maine is designed to provide a safety net and ensure this doesn’t happen. This program grew out of the efforts of Pam Payeur and her dedicated team of volunteers, who banded together and were committed to make a change. Pam watched her son, who had come home after being wounded, as he fought yet another battle to get the benefits he had earned. Today the Wounded Heroes Program of Maine has helped hundreds of wounded veterans attain the benefits and receive the assistance they so rightfully deserve.
Quirk Auto Group and it’s employees ongoing commitment to supporting Veterans in Maine has resulted in a $1,000 donation provided by Quirk employees in Bangor to support the Wounded Heroes Program of Maine.
Presenting the check to Pam Payeur, Executive Director are Jack Quirk and the team at Quirk Hyundai Mitsubishi in Bangor. A special kudos to Pam for trekking all the way from Biddeford to pick up her check and be part of this ceremony. #quirkcares….and so does Pam.