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(CBS) – It’s called Naperville Responds for Our Veterans — a group of volunteers who go around the metropolitan area helping to make veterans’ homes more accessible.

They’re all someone you should know, CBS 2’s Harry Porterfield reports.

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Brian Dilger is a building contractor who is donating his services for a needy veteran.

Eugene Galka is a Hines VA Medical Center outpatient, living in a medical foster home. Soon, the new bathroom under construction will accommodate him, and his wheel chair — all donated by Naperville Responds.

Jack Persin, president of the organization, says he looks where the need is greatest.

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“We just want to help veterans and improve their way of living,” he says.

Zach Arnold, now a volunteer with the organization, knows how important the work is. He lost a leg in Iraq.

“When I was wounded in 2007 … I bought a home and the bathroom was not handicap accessible,” he says. Naperville Responds took care of that, he adds.

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In five years, the organization has worked on more than 100 homes. For more information, click here.