American Sniper shows people NOW WHAT THEY went through and still fight. If every person who seen this donated $1.00, Imagine how many lives we would/could save. PLEASE SHARE AND DONATE. Thank you
I have received a BUNCH more donations since yesterday! Please share this!! I ASK THAT EVERYONE WHO HAS SEEN THE MOVIE AMERICAN SNIPER TO DONATE AT LEAST $1.00 to this fund!! I have had a great response so far! KEEP THIS GOING MAKE IT VIRAL!!! THANK YOU
Another donation today from someone who read our story..Please continue to SHARE this and donate when you can. Thank you...
Give something back!! PLEASE
VETERANS DAY GIFT TO OUR MEN AND WOMEN THAT SERVED! PLEASE SHARE AND DONATE! THANK YOU
LETS SHARE!! LETS DONATE! In Honor of VETERANS DAY COMING UP. If you gave once before THANK YOU! Please find it in your hearts to donate again. IT ADDS up and every day we lose more. It doesnt end. If you havent donated yet...Can I ask WHY NOT?
Please continue to share..and DONATE Please.. This isnt stopping.. I met so many this weekend at the TAPS Suicide seminar for the families of many who ended their life.. sadly the list will continue to grow BUT YOU CAN HELP!! THANKS
Please keep sharing and donate if you can...we can help them!!
We are almost at our goal! But still far from what I think they deserve. Thank you everyone who has donated and keeps sharing! It helps. Love to all... and HUGS!
Our son, our proud Marine, CPL Brandon Meyers carried demons back from his 2 long tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. He battled, like a good Marine, for 3 years after retiring home. Then, despite his promise to us, he gave up. He died by suicide June 28th, 2013. He was only 25.
CBS Chicago’s Brad Edwards did a wonderful tribute to our son. He asked me during our interview: "How is your heart?"
My answer: "Its dead.”
Here’s the story: http://chicago.cbslocal.com/2014/07/16/horror-of-ptsd-puts-one-marine-mom-on-a-mission-of-mercy/
Brandon’s tormented mind led him to do ‘sniper duty’ on the roof of our home, and he’d wander our yard ‘securing the perimeter’. His boyhood dream of being a Marine became a nightmare. Yet the V.A. only offered him counseling sessions via teleconference and a concoction of antiquated drugs.
We’ve poured our broken hearts into research and found the highest degree of treatment success can come in the form of a constant companion — a dog, a service dog. Training these PTSD dogs is expensive, up to $15,000 each. In our son’s memory, we’d like to save lives, with an S. Our goal is to fund the training of two to save two lives. This proven method is *not* covered by the government.
100% percent of your money will go directly to this highly specialized dog training. I am currently working on getting the A 501(c) organization tax exempt status. Our foundation will be called "Bubba's Dogs For Warriors" Bubba was Brandons nickname from childhood that followed him through adulthood. Monies will be put into orginizations that train and GIVE these wonderful pets to a veteran free of charge.
Our pain is now a plan. Please help us help others.
On behalf of Cpl. Brandon Meyers, his father, mother, sister and the legion that loved him — God Bless You!
**Every hour, we lose a warrior to suicide.**
Estimates range from 22 to 35 a day. Our one is too many. http://www.cnn.com/2013/09/21/us/22-veteran-suicides-a-day/