Veteran Charity Benefits (VCB)
Aloha gang! This is just a little hidden page on the backside of my website where we can store stuff...
I'll post videos and audio files and put the date posted so you can self-study and get your brain working around these issues and how we can solve these problems.
Q said so brilliantly this week, "As long as we (the VCB Team) can answer the question... that means we can KEEP MOVING FORWARD to help the nation's Veterans."
Yes, this is a big road ahead. It may wear us down, it may cause us to fight amongst each other, it may make us tired, this mission may be the challenge of our lifetimes... but if anyone in America is suited to be the voice of Veteran issues in America, it is this group of phenomenal people. Thank you for joining this vision, thank you for being generous with your time and your ideas/input. Keep sharing. Keep thinking. Keep this in front of you. Life will get busy, some of us will need to step away and that's ok. There is no guilt on this team. We do what we can when we can until we all can come together once we've gotten our $10,000,000 corporate sponsorship and we buy you all a guest house in Anthem, Arizona and you come stay with us for a week at a time and give this organization a surge of your energy and creativity! Onward!
Veteran Charity Benefits Founder
Allow me to cast the vision. I'm new at explaining a vision for changing America - so my apologies for being not so succinct and for having a hard time articulating the essential info. PLEASE, this is where I need help. I need help knowing what pieces of information people need and which pieces of info I can leave out. Because I know that this is A) an issue that many people care about B) I also understand that this is a hard issue to dive into for most people because it's uncomfortable. So I need to be reminded by (you) that I need to keep it as short as possible so as to keep the momentum of the conversation up.
Here is an audio file with talking points for our mission:
This is our mission:
- Find the Veterans, get them in a database; more importantly we get Veterans plugged into a community.
- Once they're plugged into a community we can schedule free activities for the Veterans you know like we used to be able to go to the MWR or ITT office and probably score some free tickets to something or a cool tour because we were active duty.
- Now that we have Veterans hanging out with Veterans we can get them talking to one another, get them sharing about their service, find a battle buddy to fight this new battle: surviving, and eventually thriving in an environment built for someone else. (99% of society didn't serve and built American society one year at a time)