Louisville organizations trying to raise $1 million to prevent veteran suicide

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ)- A Louisville based veterans’ support group is trying to raise $1,000,000 to fight PTSD, unemployment, homelessness, and depression, the leading causes of veteran suicide.

USA Cares says just $1 will help provide veterans with:

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  • Groceries and fuel
  • Utility support (electricity, gas and water)
  • Relocation expenses related to a new career
  • Auto payments
  • A rent or mortgage payment, to prevent eviction or foreclosure

You can donate here.

 

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