Cloverlane Foundation is in its 25th year of providing and supporting programs to assist underserved families and to provide needed services for our veterans of the United States Armed Services.
Cloverlane began with a strong passion to assist those who are underserved and underprivileged, and also to rescue and support both domestic and wild animals. The founders of the Cloverlane Foundation are Gerald Chase, Chairman, a US Army Korean War veteran who understands the difficult transition from military to civilian life; Diana Chase whose lifework has been to support underserved animals and children; and Elaine Price who brings strong financial and regulatory experience.
A recently-formed group within the foundation known as “Maneuvering Veterans Forward” is managed by a group of men and women with diversified skills who are responsible for maintaining relationships with the following:
- Underserved population
- Veterans Organizations
- Government agencies
- Religious Organizations