My Brother's House

MY BROTHERS HOUSE, CELEBRITY SANTA AARON PAUL AND TOP CHEF RASHEDA PORTER TO BRING HOLIDAY JOY TO DECEASED VETERAN’S FAMILY

EASTON, PA—My Brothers House, a nonprofit group dedicated to providing safe, supportive housing for our veterans and their families, will join with “Celebrity Santa” Aaron Paul, and accomplished chef Rasheda Porter to bring a very special holiday home to the family of a deceased local veteran.  MBH CEO Dr. Remolia Simpson has spearheaded the effort to bring gifts and a bountiful meal to the widow and four children of an Easton Army veteran, who recently passed away.  “At this time of year, it’s important that we see to the needs of our veterans’ families, too,” says Simpson, an Army veteran who organized My Brothers House to serve those who so selflessly served us.  During the past 12 months, the group has opened several residences for veterans in New York Maryland, and Pennsylvania, where veterans can also receive short-term counseling services.  Joining My Brothers House in this collaborative effort to brighten the season for the family, are international, chart-topping pop star Aaron Paul, who was recently nominated for Best Male Vocalist and Best Music Video at a major New York City arts honors ceremony, and top-drawer chef Rasheda Porter, a New Jersey culinary expert whose delectable entrees are in high demand. 

















Pop Star Aaron Paul (Sourov Mukherjee photo)


​My Brothers House and these notable individuals will arrive at the family’s Lehigh Valley home to begin the festivities at 6 PM on Friday, December 29, raising the kids’ spirits, while reminding their mother she is not forgotten by the Veteran community, at this holiday time.  In addition, Aaron Paul is offering a bonus free download of his hit single for the season, Sing It! Merry Christmas, to everyone who donates at the MBH website, using the special code MBHXmas17.  All donations are tax-deductible.  

















Chef Rasheda Porter


My Brothers House is a registered 501c(3) nonprofit group, organized in March 2016, which works alongside various agencies, including the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) and service groups, to perform its mission of housing our veterans.  MBH provides all services without regard to age, race, gender, gender identity, religion, national origin, or sexual orientation.  ​



















Dr. Remolia Simpson, MBH CEO



​For media inquiries or interview requests, please contact Dr. Remolia Simpson via e-mail at mybrothershouse01@gmail.com.