4 WAYS YOU CAN HELP
SNAP A PICTURE
WE CAN END VETERAN HOMELESSNESS
With These Hands is a photo and video campaign, inspired by the final verse of Bruce Springsteen's song, "My City of Ruins." It engages US all to be part of the solution ending veteran homelessness - homeless and housed, veterans and civilians alike. Join musicians Jon Bon Jovi, Steve Earle, Mario Frangoulis and Major General William Nash (Army, Retired) in showing your support to end veteran homelessness. Lend your hands to the campaign today!
How to show your support:
Take your "With These Hands" picture
Don't forget #WithTheseHands
Use @GiveUSYourPoor on or
Or send your photo by email to email@example.com
** Give US Your Poor reserves the right to use any submitted photo in promotional materials
Watch the With These Hands PSA for inspiration:
DID YOU KNOW...
853 veterans slept in a shelter or on the streets of Mass. tonight, and
39,471 veterans nationally?
ATTEND THE CONCERT
Buy a ticket to the upcoming Voices for Veterans concert . You will be directly helping homeless veterans by rocking out!
CLICK TO DONATE
Show your support by donating below. Any amount will help!
OR BY CHECK:
PLEASE MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO:
"Social Good Fund - Give US Your Poor"
AND MAIL TO:
Give US Your Poor
24 Shawmut Ave.
Wayland, MA 01778
** You do not need a PayPal account to donate.
SIGN THE STATEMENT
The Never Another Homeless Veteran education campaign is a two-year effort by the National Alliance to End Homelessness and its partners to build and leverage public support to end veteran homelessness.
We recognize that we have benefited from the bravery and sacrifice of the men and women who
have served our nation.
We commit to ensure the continued dignity of the men and women who have shown courage and
resolve in the defense of our families, friends, and freedoms.
We have a plan to help veterans who need our help.
We will act to secure resources, educate officials, and contribute to the ongoing efforts by private
and nonprofit organizations to guarantee that there is never another homeless veteran.
JOIN THE CAMPAIGN BY SIGNING THE STATEMENT TODAY: