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Campbell Crossing gives back to the Fort Campbell Stray Impound


Campbell CrossingFort Campbell, KY – Campbell Crossing, the housing community located on Fort Campbell, recently hosted a drive to gather items for the Fort Campbell Stray Impound.

They promoted the drive through their Facebook page and monthly newsletter, quickly seeing residents were eager to participate, bringing much needed items to their community offices.

PF2 Goodson and SPC Humphrey who work with the Fort Campbell Stray Impound, were eager to accept the items donated by Campbell Crossing.

PF2 Goodson and SPC Humphrey who work with the Fort Campbell Stray Impound, were eager to accept the items donated by Campbell Crossing.

“At Campbell Crossing we pride ourselves on seeking ways to get involved in the local community, as well as finding ways to get our residents involved,” said John Bredehoeft, project director for Campbell Crossing. “We are a pet friendly community, so we thought what better way to give back then by supporting the local Fort Campbell Stray Impound.”

Campbell Crossing staff and residents donated several items to the impound including dog food, cat food, litter, toys, and paper towels; all items the impound frequently needs.

“Seeing everyone come together to support the impound really shows the sense of community we have here at Campbell Crossing,” said Bredehoeft. “I want to thank all of our residents who stepped up to help in a time of need, as well as the entire Campbell Crossing team.”

Currently the Fort Campbell Stray Impound has twelve dogs, and twenty cats up for adoption. They were grateful to Campbell Crossing for putting on the drive, and to our residents who took time to donate.

To find out how you can help the local Fort Campbell Stray Impound, visit their Facebook page at

About Campbell Crossing

Campbell Crossing LLC, the partnership between developer Lendlease and the Department of the Army, is the premier housing community for the Soldiers and families of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) and home to the first zero-energy homes project ever constructed on a military installation. Lendlease took over operations of Fort Campbell’s on-post housing in 2003 as part of the Military Housing Privatization Initiative (MHPI), a program aimed at improving the quality of life for Soldiers and their families.

Since then, the Community has received numerous recognitions, including the Army’s 2012 RCI Project of the Year, National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) National Green Building Award and the National Council for Public-Private Partnerships Innovation Award. Lendlease will own, manage, renovate, develop, and sustain the more than 4,450 homes of Campbell Crossing until 2053.

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