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SIMPLE
WAYS YOU
CAN HELP
VETERANSMICHAEL G. SHEPPARD
DONATE
FREQUENT
FLIER MILES
Through Hero Miles Program and The Fisher House
Foundation, it's possible to help veterans be ...
GIVE A
VETERAN
A RIDE
Offer your neighborhood veteran a ride to their doctors'
office or their appointments. Organizations...
SPONSOR A
COMPANION DOG
FOR VETERANS
WITH PTSD
Post-traumatic stress disorder plagues countless veterans, and many
continu...
KEEP VETERANS
OFF THE STREETS
Rather than allowing veterans fall victim to homelessness after years
of exhausting themselv...
SEND A CARE
PACKAGE OR A
LETTER
Send a letter or a care package to needy or isolated
veterans. Operation Gratitude has iss...
HELP THEM TAKE
FLIGHT
The Honor Flight Network has helped veterans make the free
pilgrimage to the World War II Memorial o...
SHARE THEIR
STORIES
Veterans History Project helps to collect the important
stories of veterans so that its placed in the ...
INTERESTED
IN LEARNING
MORE?
PLEASE VISIT MICHAELGSHEPPARD.NET!
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Simple Ways You Can Help Veterans | Michael G. Sheppard

Michael G. Sheppard identified several simple ways you can help veterans. Please visit MichaelGSheppard.net to learn more.

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Simple Ways You Can Help Veterans | Michael G. Sheppard

  1. 1. SIMPLE WAYS YOU CAN HELP VETERANSMICHAEL G. SHEPPARD
  2. 2. DONATE FREQUENT FLIER MILES Through Hero Miles Program and The Fisher House Foundation, it's possible to help veterans be with the ones they love. Donated frequent flier miles are used to bring family to bedsides of injured veterans.
  3. 3. GIVE A VETERAN A RIDE Offer your neighborhood veteran a ride to their doctors' office or their appointments. Organizations like Disabled American Veterans offer free transport to women and men travel to Veterans Affairs medical facilities.
  4. 4. SPONSOR A COMPANION DOG FOR VETERANS WITH PTSD Post-traumatic stress disorder plagues countless veterans, and many continue to deal with the ghosts of horrors they witness during their years in the service. Organizations such as Puppies Behind Bars is one in which prisoners train companion dogs for veterans with PTSD. Also, the VA offers access to PTSD Coach Online.
  5. 5. KEEP VETERANS OFF THE STREETS Rather than allowing veterans fall victim to homelessness after years of exhausting themselves on the battlefield. The Department of Veterans Affairs' Stand Down program was created so that food, shelter, health screenings, and resources are made available to both unemployed and homeless veterans.
  6. 6. SEND A CARE PACKAGE OR A LETTER Send a letter or a care package to needy or isolated veterans. Operation Gratitude has issued more than 1.5 million individually addressed care packages to individuals withing the military community.
  7. 7. HELP THEM TAKE FLIGHT The Honor Flight Network has helped veterans make the free pilgrimage to the World War II Memorial on the National Mall in Washington. The public can support veterans by acting as volunteers and escorting vets to the memorial. Also, Honor Flight helps to transport vets who are terminally-ill.
  8. 8. SHARE THEIR STORIES Veterans History Project helps to collect the important stories of veterans so that its placed in the Library of Congress. The Library of Congress is always listening for the incredible words that these individuals want to share. Encourage them to reach out and verbalize their experience.
  9. 9. INTERESTED IN LEARNING MORE? PLEASE VISIT MICHAELGSHEPPARD.NET!

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