About Our Founder
Helping veterans in need has been a passion of our founder, J.D. Reed Jr., for over 40 years. In the beginning, he started the Terecor Foundation Corporation to assist the less fortunate by expressing themselves through art. Mr. Reed, who is also a professional musician, opened a studio to help the needy people with earning a living through music.
But after seeing more homeless veterans on the streets of Los Angeles, he realized he wanted to do more to help them. Mr. Reed transformed his studio into a foundation that solely focuses on helping former military soldiers get off the street. After conducting research, he learned how to set up thrift stores, which provide jobs for veterans. Now, vets can make a living and put their exchange skills back into practice.
Associations and Memberships:
Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) • Musicians' Union (MU)