Cape and Islands Veterans' Outreach Center
Cape and Islands Veterans' Outreach Center's (CIVOCs) vision is to build homes like the one in Dennis in order to end chronic veteran homelessness by providing comprehensive, life sustaining services and programs to veterans and their families. This all-inclusive approach is designed to provide veterans the support and guidance needed to ensure a lasting reintegration into the families and communities for which they have sacrificed.
Thanks in no small part to your support, this hope will become a reality for homeless veterans. With your continued backing we hope to engage in programs like this so that we can continue to do our part for the veterans within our community who need our help.
Kyle Minicucci, 28, Massachusetts State Police officer, was recently diagnosed with returning testicular cancer that has spread to his spine. Kyle is an OEF, Military Police army veteran. He retired as a Sergeant after 8 years of service. Kyle recently started chemo therapy and the organizers behind the tournament are fighting it with him. Proceeds from the golf tournament will go towards his treatment.
Sergeant Sean Gannon was a 32 year old Yarmouth K9 Police Officer who was killed in action April 12th 2018. Charity proceeds went towards his wife Dara to support her with her sudden loss.
Eric Costa, 31 years old, Correction Officer for the Plymouth County Sheriff’s Department who was recently diagnosed with Renal Cell Carcinoma, a rare form of kidney cancer. Eric is a family man and loves spending time with his wife Julie and 1 year old daughter Mia. All proceeds will help offset the cost of his treatments that he has endured and will encounter in the future.
LUIS E. REYES JR.
Luis Enrique Reyes Junior is a three year old boy who was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. He is a family relative of a Massachusetts law enforcement professional and a two tour combat veteran.