OUR COMMUNITY SPONSORS

We would like to express our sincere gratitude to the many corporate and community sponsors whose generosity has helped to fund our Art in Action outreach program. Your support makes a tremendous difference in enabling our veterans to produce works of growth and recovery.

Thank you for your contributions!

 
 

  our newest sponsor

Headshot of Jorge Amaro.

jorge amaro - a3i corporation

Jorge Amaro, MBA, has more than 25 years of senior leadership experience across the healthcare and biopharmaceutical industries. Mr. Amaro owns and operates A3i Corporation, which specializes in hospital and health care services and authorizations. His company strives to provide patient-focused solutions that leverage innovation to help improve a person's quality of life.

Mr. Amaro has been a major proponent of our Art in Action program since its inception, and his generosity and support is deeply appreciated. His dedication to improving all lives–not just those of his patients and clients–is clearly evident in the actions he takes to better his community by funding outreach programs and encouraging others to get involved.

 


GERRY CORRIGAN - MODERN WOODMEN

Gerry Corrigan is a financial advisor with Modern Woodmen Fraternal Financial Services in Ormond Beach, FL.  His organization values community involvement and volunteer service. "I'm so blessed to be able to make a living by helping others as well as their communities. Each day, I sit down and help people overcome financial concerns and obstacles. I also get to help my local community through our fraternal programs and activities." Gerry serves as an advisor for our Art in Action program, providing advice, inspiration and financial support. Before he began his career with Modern Woodmen, he served in the Canadian Air Force as a flight engineer, where he flew search and rescue missions for many years. He was also the Chief Engineer for the Canadian Aviation and Space Museum.

Headshot of Gerry Corrigan.

 
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