The company, led by military veterans, donates to Naked Warrior Project during the holidays.
This holiday season, Spire Recovery Solutions is honoring U.S. military heroes through a donation to the Naked Warrior Project, a nonprofit organization that memorializes members of the military and supports their families and children.
“The holidays are a time of reflection and an opportunity for us to show our gratitude for the brave veterans, fallen warriors, and active duty service members who defend our safety and our freedoms,” said Joseph Torriere, president of Spire Recovery Solutions and a U.S. veteran. “Our support of the Naked Warrior Project ensures continued awareness of those who have served, and especially, those who gave the ultimate sacrifice in the service of our country. As the holidays rapidly approach, we honor and give thanks for our military personnel and keep them and the families who support them from the home front in our daily thoughts.”
The donation to Naked Warrior Project is part of the company’s, an ACA International member in Lockport, New York, commitment to supporting veterans, military service members, and their families.
“Social responsibility and supporting our nation’s military is woven into the fabric of our company culture,” said Jacob Torriere, CEO of Spire Recovery Solutions, a U.S. Veteran, and twin brother of Joseph. “Our donation will help Naked Warrior Project to erect public memorials of our fallen special operatives heroes. It is our goal to do all we can to bring hope to a military family this holiday season through the knowledge that their loved one’s memory will be preserved and their service and sacrifice publicly remembered.”