Tunnel to Towers Foundation Unveils New Therapy Room for Injured NYPD Detective
Days before America celebrates Thanksgiving, the Tunnel to Towers Foundation gives thanks to NYPD Detective Dalsh Veve for his service to New York City by unveiling his new customized therapy room on November 22nd in his Baldwin, NY home. Tunnel to Towers paid off the mortgage on the Veve family home in 2020, and now the Foundation is honored to continue its support of Detective Veve and his family by unveiling a new two-car garage that includes a therapy room and an ADA-compliant bathroom. This new addition to the home will aid Det. Veve’s recovery.
On June 3rd, 2017, Detective Veve was investigating a report of shots fired in Brooklyn when he was dragged several blocks by a teenage car thief. Det. Veve suffered a traumatic brain injury and has been fighting to recover from his injuries ever since.
Present at the unveiling ceremony are NYPD Detective Dalsh Veve and his wife Esther Veve, CEO & Chairman of Tunnel to Towers Frank Siller, NYPD Deputy Chief of Detective Borough South Joseph Gulotta, PBA President Pat Lynch, Pastor Marie Gerard-Giles, and the NYPD Pipe and Drum and Color Guard.
The Tunnel to Towers Foundation has set a goal to reach 1,000 mortgage-free homes delivered across the country to our nation’s military and first responders by the end of the year.
Join us on our mission to provide mortgage-free homes to the heroes and the families they leave behind by donating $11 per month at T2T.org.
Media Contact: Trevor Tamsen – Trevor.Tamsen@t2t.org