CCF Update: What We've Done Since the 9th Annual Golf Classic

Project Liscomb in Progress in January 2020. Project was completed in the following May.

Since the 9th Annual Golf Classic, CCF has completed the home for U.S. Army Specialist Michael Liscomb and his deserving family. Michael and his wife, Desiree, are excited about their new home, and couldn’t wait to get settled in. I know this has been a crazy process,” says Michael, “but my family and I are so grateful to everyone who has made this possible. We're very appreciative of all the time, effort and hard work that everyone has contributed, and we can’t thank them enough.”

Additionally, we broke ground on a new home for U.S. Army Sergeant 1st Class Matthew Miles on May 18, 2020. The expected build time is 12 months.

Carrington House, rooted in CCF’s Stability pillar, provides custom, adaptive housing for post-9/11 combat wounded Veterans, enabling them to regain independence in their own homes. This is accomplished by repairing, renovating or constructing a home tailored to the specific needs of each Veteran and their family.

To date, more than 23 homes have been built or remodeled by CCF to suit the needs of wounded Veterans and their families.