There will be speakers sharing personal experiences with military sex trauma and post traumatic stress disorder, plus free dental, eye, and hearing screenings, spa services, employment information, and so much more.
According to an article from MLive, there are 374 homeless individuals in the Kalamazoo area alone, including 14 veterans. The Homeless Vets of Kalamazoo Relief Fund aims to change that with a benefit concert and magic show this Veteran's Day.
According To Michigan Department of Natural Resources, they have once again collaborated with the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency to offer alternative camping options for veterans and other visitors seeking a quieter Fourth Of July.
We want to say thank you to our enlisted men and women, and their families, in Kalamazoo who sacrifice so much for all of us all year long. Now through Veterans Day - November 11th - we’re supporting “Townsquare Cares for Military Families.”
If you're like me, you want to go on an actual "Honor Flight" to Washington D.C. but can't work it into your schedule. Well here's a way to meet the vets, the people who make it all happen, and help out this great cause.