The holiday season is supposed to be the happiest time of the year but many veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress (PTS), traumatic brain injury and other disabilities, the holidays can be hard. Here are three ways you can offer your support.
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How can you help? There are many, many different ways to get involved and help show your love and support for our veterans and their families this holiday season. Here are a few examples.
Having trouble choosing which organization you want to make a donation to for #GivingTuesday? To make it easier here are the top 5 reasons why The Purple Heart Foundation should be your choice!
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