PVA, a worthy org.

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    Paralyzed Veterans of America: Paralyzed Veterans of America Home. I just thought I would post the link, in the event some that may not be aware of the organization would wish to help. Thanks for your consideration. I am not personally associated other than as a donor. I searched and found no link previously posted.
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