Veteran’s Transitional Home


Nick’s House is a 5-bedroom single family home in Southbridge, MA that temporarily houses veterans (aka ‘our guests’) who are transitioning back to civilian life. Terry and Pam Parker started this non-profit organization in 2012. Their goal – helping the community one soldier at a time. Our military men and women put their lives on-hold and on the line to protect our right to freedom. They leave their families – their lives – to fight for their country. Upon returning some of our veterans have no job, no place to stay and significant medical issues including PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder). They find it difficult to be independent while they are waiting for paperwork to be processed through various agencies within the government. They are, so to speak, “in limbo” and waiting for services.

Nick’s House – A Safe Haven

Nick’s House provides a safe place to stay and resources to help guests get back on their feet. Though most guests cannot work, if able to work, a guest chips in to pay utilities and also gives a portion of their monthly income towards a savings account. When transitioning out of Nick’s House and into their own place, their savings is returned to them – providing a cushion to help buy a home, car or perhaps first and last month’s rent.

Donations Needed

The Parkers rely on donations to keep the Nick Perry Memorial Foundation running. 100% of the donations go to helping the Veterans. Nick’s House does not receive any grants or government funding. That is why YOU are so important! Please donate today.


Nick’s House is committed to protecting our guests’ privacy. We do not sell, trade, or rent personal information to others.