Homeless War Veterans Need Medical Attention!

Christian organizations, such as Liberty University, should devote funds to support these individuals.

Too large a number of military veterans are homeless..
Every day these men sit on the street while most of the upper classed Americans ignore their presence.

During war, soldiers are injured and even killed; however, some that survive these experiences are faced with mental and physical disabilities.

PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) occurs in soldiers that have suffered horrific experiences and replay the situations over and over in their minds.

Many war veterans that come back home with physical disabilities, are unable to perform regular activities. As a result, some of them may become unemployed.

Mentally disabled veterans may lose everything after war, even a few family members; therefore, they need some type of hope. Hope is the only thing that keeps them fighting for a rehabilitated lifestyle.

When individuals donate a small portion of their income to the Veterans Support Foundation, they bring hope for our heroes. Remember that what is little to you can make a big difference in the lives of others.


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