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Actors Danny Aiello and Ashley Bell with Music Legends The Oak Ridge Boys Ask Employers to “Bet on a Vet”
For most military service members stationed overseas, coming home is a joyful time. But for many who are severely wounded and focused on their recovery, new challenges often loom, including mounting expenses and extensive delays in receiving their disability benefits, and perhaps most importantly, the search for gainful employment.
The Coalition to Salute America’s Heroes (CSAH), a 501(c)(3) organization, was created to help disabled veterans from Afghanistan and Iraq, as well as their families, gain access to the resources they need to rebuild their lives. Since 2004, the organization has provided millions of dollars in financial aid and support services to over 25,000 wounded heroes and their families.
Representing the Coalition in its latest TV PSA campaign “Bet on a Vet” are veteran actor Danny Aiello, fresh from starring in “The Marine” actress Ashley Bell, and country music legends The Oak Ridge Boys. Danny Aiello and Ashley Bell deliver a timely appeal to businesses and employers to “bet on a vet” by hiring them. It is our goal that this message will encourage more employers to take advantage of the skills and discipline that veterans have developed in service to their country - important qualities they readily bring to the workplace. The Oak Ridge Boys talk about the Coalition’s beneficial programs, and also urge the public to volunteer at a VA Hospital or Medical Facility.
The Coalition has initiated several key programs to aid and assist wounded veterans and their families:
These PSAs are crucial to the CSAH’s efforts to raise awareness among the public about the plight of our nation’s most courageous heroes. Please use these PSAs on your blog or website or share them through social media channels. Our servicemen and women have sacrificed so much for us, and this is one way to not only honor them, but also remind the public about some of their needs, and to remind employers to “BET ON A VET”.
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