BENEFITING: BURN PITS 360
EVENT DATE: May 21, 2016
To provide selfless service to our nation's service members, veterans, families and families of the fallen affected by the invisible wounds of war related airborne hazards and environmental toxic exposures through advocacy, research, and Education. Our efforts include medical, scientific, and legal research. Our advocacy outreach is delivered on a local, state, and national level. Our legislative efforts have resulted in the passing of the National Airborne Hazards and Open Burn Pit Registry Bill in January 2013. We provide education and awareness on access to specialized healthcare, benefits, and compensation. We have formed an alliance with researchers, doctors, veterans service organizations, veterans, service members, and their families allowing us to build the platform for public awareness.