Tunnel to Towers Foundation Breaks Ground on Let Us Do Good Village Amenity Center

T2T Let Us Do Good Village Amenity Center to feature world-class indoor and outdoor amenities for its residents

LAND O’ LAKES, FLORIDA [April 15, 2024] — On Monday, April 15th, The Tunnel to Towers Foundation officially broke ground on the Let Us Do Good Village Amenity Center.

The Let Us Do Good Village is a first-of-its-kind community of nearly 100 mortgage-free homes provided to our nation’s catastrophically injured veterans and first responders, as well as America’s Gold Star and fallen first responder families.

The groundbreaking ceremony was attended by the Executive Vice President of the Tunnel to Towers Foundation, Matthew Mahoney; Florida State Senator Jay Collins, 14th District; Pasco County Fire Chief Anthony Perez; USMC Sgt (Retired) Corporal Arthur Madden of the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office; Dr. Steven Scott, Chief of the James A. Haley Veterans Hospital in Tampa; Nina Wells, on behalf of David Wells and the Perfect 33 Foundation; local VIPs; partners; and sponsors.

The Amenity Center will feature world-class amenities, including an indoor basketball court, ADA-accessible fitness center, movie theater, game room, and a business center.

The Amenity Center campus will also have outdoor playgrounds, swimming pool, tennis and pickleball courts, outdoor kitchens, a picnic pavilion, and more.

The amenity center we break ground on today is truly the heart and soul of this entire community,” said Tunnel to Towers Executive Vice President Matthew Mahoney. “It’s from here that families from all over the country will come to learn, play, relax, and enjoy all the blessings of the American dream. We couldn’t be more excited to be here with our friends and incredible community in Pasco County today.”

Construction is on track to complete two dozen ADA-accessible homes at the Tunnel to Towers Let Us Do Good Village by the end of 2024.

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About the Tunnel to Towers Foundation

Born from the tragedy of 9/11, the Tunnel to Towers Foundation carries out its mission to “do good,” by providing mortgage-free homes to Gold Star and fallen first responder families with young children and by building specially-adapted smart homes for catastrophically injured veterans and first responders. Tunnel to Towers is also committed to eradicating veteran homelessness and helping America to Never Forget September 11, 2001. Visit t2t.org to learn more.

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Nicholas Diamantis — nicholas.diamantis@t2t.org