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Be the Light in the Dark

Organized by aarbogast@vvmf.org
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Be the Light in the Dark Fundraiser - unisex shirt design - front
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All funds raised will go directly to Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, Inc.
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Bayside USA-Made 100% Cotton T-shirt, Unisex - Black
Bayside USA-Made 100% Cotton T-shirt
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About this campaign

Some left Vietnam but Vietnam didn’t leave them. Nearly 3 million service members served in Vietnam and most returned home. But since then, thousands of Vietnam veterans have battled PTSD – Post Traumatic Stress Disorder – and it has impacted their lives and the lives of their families in many ways. Returning without a proper homecoming compounded the issues veterans faced upon their return.

Join us as we promote PTSD Awareness on June 27, 2022 – National PTSD Awareness Day – by bringing light to the continuing toll of the war. The Vietnam War may be over, but the battle continues for many Vietnam veterans and their families to this day.

VVMF (the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund) is the nonprofit organization authorized by the U.S. Congress in 1980 to build a national memorial dedicated to all who served with the U.S. armed forces in the Vietnam War. Incorporated on April 27, 1979, the organization sought a tangible symbol of recognition from the American people for those who served in the war.

The result was the Vietnam Veterans Memorial (commonly referred to as The Wall), which has become one of the most visited memorials in Washington, D.C. with an estimated 5.6 million annual visitors.

Since the dedication of The Wall, VVMF has pursued a mission of preserving the legacy of The Wall, promoting healing and educating about the impact of the Vietnam War.

Supporters

Yvonne Hicks 1 item
Snow, Michael 2 items + $100
Tracy Martz 1 item

My father,Larry Kocon, battled many strange illnesses after exposure to AO in Vietnam. I am proud to call you dad and miss you so much every day.

Anonymous 1 item

My husband Ken was a disabled Vietnam veteran. He suffered from PTSD and didn't even realize it. I also knew other Vietnam veterans and saw daily how they suffered in silence also.

Anonymous 1 item + $10

Because it real

Linda Chamberlain 1 item

Lost my brother to Agent Orange.....miss him

Anonymous 1 item

For my family and friends that have served and are dealing with the fallout.

Anonymous 1 item
Anonymous 1 item

My husband is a Vietnam vet that still suffers from the after effects of war and being sprayed with Agent Orange. May God bless y’all and welcome home.

Mike Gillespie 3 items

As a Veteran myself I like to support our Vietnam Vets.

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