Cloverlane Foundation helps disabled veterans improve their mobility

Gerald Chase
Korean War veteran Gerald Chase is the chairman of Cloverland Foundation and member of American Legion 53 in Hemet. Valley News/Courtesy photo
Korean War veteran Gerald Chase, who lives in the San Jacinto Valley, saw a growing need to assist other veterans who were physically or mentally disabled and their families. Veteran Harvey Everett “Grey” O’Toole was presented a new six-wheel power chair, June 10, at American Legion Post 53 by Maneuvering Veterans Forward. The chair replaces his manual push wheelchair. The chair came from Empire Mobility, a major supporter of Cloverlane Foundation. In 1992, Chase established the nonprofit Cloverlane Foundation in Hemet to focus on enhancing the quality of life for children, veterans and animals, by providing programs and guidance to assist those most vulnerable. More recently, he formed a division within Cloverlane Foundation, Maneuvering Veterans Forward, to serve veterans’
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