My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Military Veteran Project, Topeka, KS, USA
The time and dedication put into our veterans by MVP is awe inspiring. The ground story behind the organization and its founder is one that would pull on even the hardest of heart strings. The sad fact is the majority of true non profit veteran organizations is that they are majority supported by other vets and their loved ones. Exposure from all avenues will hopefully create a movement that invokes civilians to get involved. The stigma of PTSD is that it is a violent illness. Truth is it can be debilitating.. Health is affected both physically and mentally. We can reduce instances of violence, suicide and homelessness by simply bringing awareness and doing our best to provide treatment for our soldiers. As the significant other of a veteran that suffers from severe PTSD I can't begin to tell you of the need for this. Our family has the same struggles as any other normal family only amplified by 100. He lost both his legs fighting for our rights, what are you doing to say thank you? Thank you and God bless our troops.