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Veteran Crossroads Foundation's Fundraiser:

"Battle Scars" Awarensess Project

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THE STORY:

We intend to show how the war never leaves the individual soldier, and the symbolism of the battle scars show that they carry this memory (and in many cases a large burden) for the rest of their lives.

American Wars have been slowly pushed to the background of our national attention, only brought out for political reasons, or for Hollywood to capitalize. This inconsistent media portrayal has caused the national conscienceless to seemingly forget that Military Service members actually return home, and live normal lives, without any recognition.

This awareness project is intended to remind the American public that Combat Veterans are normal people that look just like them, but carry the "scars of war" for the rest of their lives. This campaign will serve to bring attention to various Veteran issues and help raise much needed funds to support the efforts of our partnered charity.

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To This Fundraiser

$207

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  • Dee Hudson

    $10

  • Kat

    $25

  • Anonymous

    $72

  • The Speiser Family

    $100

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14% Raised of $1,500 Goal

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The Team: $207 TOTAL RAISED SO FAR

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Fundraiser Title

Veteran Crossroads Foundation

Amount Raised

$135

 

9% Raised of $1,500 Goal

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Danielle Fletcher

Amount Raised

$72

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Jennifer McCombs

Amount Raised

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Donor Comments

The Speiser Family

The Speiser Family

DONATION: $100

3 years ago

Anonymous

ANONYMOUS

DONATION: $72

One week's pay. Just because you asked!! 4 years ago

Kat

Kat

DONATION: $25

From A Proud Marine Mom 4 years ago

Dee Hudson

Dee Hudson

DONATION: $10

My father who served in the army during ww 11 for six years, came home with stab wounds, malaria, and nightmares. He would never talk about any of it but I know it was always in his mind. His name was Louis Joseph Guerrieri and I'll honor him always and love him always. 4 years ago