We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with the primary initiatives of providing free 3D-printed prosthetics that are skin color matched to veterans and also creating small businesses that are veteran-owned and veteran-operated. Our goal is to help veterans in need and others in peril become self-sufficient and, in the process, assist partner organizations in lowering the alarming suicide rates for veterans and non-veterans.
We are pleased to announce that Joey Kent accepted the position of Executive Director for TCFFFV on November 17, 2023.
Mr. Kent has graciously volunteered for this role after serving as one of our board members for the past three years. He has been instrumental in shaping the direction of our foundation from its inception and has devoted himself to helping the communities we serve. Mr. Kent has redesigned the primary initiatives for our foundation and directed our team to fulfill these missions.
As the Chief Executive Officer for Global Media Archives, Mr. Kent oversees a wide range of assets that include original music tracks and photographs from The Louisiana Hayride in addition to more than 50 documentary and feature film projects. His innovative, creative talents will continue to bring tremendous value to TCFFFV.
Welcome aboard, Sir!
NO B ROLL
Our foundation interviewed three homeless men in Shreveport (LA) to document their situations and needs. Please consider watching this short film and sharing with others. Thank you.