"IT IS OUR DUTY TO SERVE THOSE WHO SERVE US"
Get one of our Military Appreciation Bulldog shirts and help us raise money to train a service dog for a disabled veteran!!! We are giving away our new shirts and all we are asking for is a $5-10 donation to help us hit our goal.
We will be giving 100% of ALL donations to Active Valor, an amazing San Diego non profit organization that was started by a former Navy SEAL and is helping veterans transition into civilian life. In addition to holding community outreach events for veterans, Active Valor also trains service dogs for disabled veterans and hold free dog trainings that are open to all veterans. Dogs are a huge comfort to our returning veterans and their impact on our veterans is priceless.
Our initial goal is to raise $10,000.00 which will cover the cost of training for one service dog for a disabled vet. This organization is changing lives and we are so excited to be involved.
Please get a shirt and share this post to help spread the word. To order a shirt, make a donation AND LEAVE YOUR NAME SO WE CAN CONFIRM. Then send us a PM on Facebook with your address and shirt size and we will take it from there. Thanks again for all the support!!! For more information on the cause please visit www.activevalor.com
Batta Fulkerson Law Group
Active Valor is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization on a mission to transform lives and communities throughout the United States with the help of our veterans. Our program was designed by a former Navy SEAL, envisioned to give new purpose to the lives of those who have served by redirecting their passion towards making a positive change in their local community on both a large scale and professional level. Using their profound skill sets gained from their military career, we help veterans reignite their sense of service by showing that just because they don't wear the uniform anymore, they can still make a positive impact in the lives of others. 80% of veterans are lost after discharging from the military in finding a cause to be a part of. After years of structure, responsibility and service to their country, they are faced with an overwhelming transition into civilian life. We believe that each and every veteran has made a tremendous difference in our country and that work can be continued outside of their military service.