Groups collaborate to serve military community

Partnership increases awareness of opportunities available to veterans, service members, and their families and caregivers

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Posted 6/4/18

Two national nonprofit organizations are partnering to increase understanding of the opportunities available to veterans, service members and their families, and caregivers. America’s Warrior …

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Groups collaborate to serve military community

Partnership increases awareness of opportunities available to veterans, service members, and their families and caregivers

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Two national nonprofit organizations are partnering to increase understanding of the opportunities available to veterans, service members and their families, and caregivers.

America’s Warrior Partnership and Veteran Tickets Foundation will enhance their available resources and services, and are increasing the awareness of the benefits that individuals and organizations can gain from working with them.

America’s Warrior Partnership provides communities with resources, tools, training and partnerships to offer care to local veterans. Vet Tix provides free event tickets to entertainment and recreation events such as sports games, concerts and events in the arts.

“We conduct a survey within the communities we support every year to ask veterans about the areas where they need assistance, and opportunities for recreation regularly appears as one of the most-sought-after services,” Jim Lorraine, president and CEO of America’s Warrior Partnership, said in a news release.

To learn more about Vet Tix and how to get involved, visit the sign-up page at www.vettix.org/VFW

For more information about America’s Warrior Partnership, visit www.AmericasWarriorPartnership.org.

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