Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Donate A Car To A Veteran In Need

Veteran's volunteer their services to protect our country and make sure we are all safe. We are free because of the many men and woman who have given their lives to this country. They often come home from war with injuries that leave them handicapped and unable to get a good job. Other veteran's deal with mental problems that make their lives incredible hard to deal with. These men and women have given everything to their country and the people who live here. Some of them need help when they come back from war and serving their country. That is why it is important that people are willing to donate my car to help a veteran in need. 

My nephew graduated from West Point and was married their the same day. The wedding was beautiful and then he was off to Afghanistan. He became a Generals Aide in Afghanistan and he won the bronze star. My nephew thought it was important for him to serve his country and he was very happy to serve. Recently, he came home and he was forced to retire. My nephew has a huge inoperable tumor on his brain that affects his movements. To make matters worse, he has to deal with a bad case of fibromyalgia. My nephew Josh is still a young man at 27, with a wife and a newborn baby. He is still searching for a doctor who would be willing to remove the tumor from his brain. Their is no cancer in the tumor, but it limits his movements and makes life hard. My nephew is lucky because he was retired with full benefits, but not all veteran's are in his position. Because of his situation, he still has a hard time finding a good job.

Many veteran's need our help to get a boost back into society. If we are willing to donate our cars, they will have the boost they need to begin a new life. A car will give them the transportation they need to work and take care of their families. Veteran's have given so much to each of us, it is time for us to give back to them. If you have a used car or boat you no longer need, think seriously about donating it to a veteran in need. We all know somebody who has served and they deserve the best from the country they were willing to give their lives to serve.

This is a sponsored post however, all the points and views are my own.

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