With over 18.5 million veterans living in the United States today, many will face unforeseen challenges following their service.
These struggles can include both psychological and physical wounds and around 30% of veterans have disabilities as a result of their service.
Here are some resources to learn more about how you can help veterans in need:
CNN has put together a quick list of ways you can help veterans in your community or throughout the country at-large through small or large acts of kindness. There is a comprehensive list of organizations cited throughout the article dedicated to helping U.S. veterans.
Disabled American Veterans (DAV) is a nonprofit organization that serves veterans in a variety of ways, including providing local volunteer opportunities for individuals to help at VA medical centers or completing everyday chores and home projects such as grocery shopping or yard-work.
Military.com provides additional veterans-related organizations to connect with, like nonprofits that benefit military service dogs or offer prepaid phone cards to help those in service to call home.
Amramp takes pride in helping veterans find mobility solutions in their homes. The brave American men and women who have fought to keep our country secure deserve a safe environment to come home too long after their military service.
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