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Sunderland company to help get veterans work

Jamie Scott AVA

6:59pm 31st January 2018
(Updated 7:01pm 31st January 2018)

A property improvements company in Sunderland is helping to change the lives of veterans in the area.

AVA Property Solutions will give work to qualified tradesmen and women coming out of the military.

They want to prevent them for struggling to find work or even a home.

Jamie Scott is from AVA:

They are based in the Hope Street Exchange building.

Jamie tells us more:

AVA will be working with the Ministry of Defence and other veteran charities to help make a difference. 

Jamie tells Sun FM that the region has a shocking number of jobless or homeless veterans:

You can get in contact with AVA here.

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