Jason Price, President of America’s Health Group, explains 5 Ways to Help Military Veterans

Jason Price, President of America’s Health Group

Jason Price is the founder of the Price Family Foundation and President of America’s Health Group. The foundation supports the community through local charities and organizations. America’s Health Group was created as a Domestic for Profit under the local business registration regulations. America’s Health Group Jason Price believes there are all sorts of ways to give back to the community. He believes in finding ways to help someone out. The mission of the Price Family Foundation is, “Helping Good People Do Good Things.” Men and women who served in the military risked their lives for our country, and Jason knows what a great sacrifice that was, so he explains 5 ways in which we can give back and help our military veterans.

Volunteer Your Time. If you are looking for a way to give back, consider volunteering your time to a local or national organization that helps military veterans. You could be a companion for elderly veterans, gather Christmas presents for a military family in need, serve meals at a shelter for homeless veterans, or put together holiday care packages for our service members overseas. This is a great way to not only give back, but to help our veterans out and even form a long-lasting relationship.

Donate to Local and National Support Organizations. If you do not have the time to volunteer, you can still make a difference by giving supplies and donations to trusted gifting programs. Non-profit organizations that send care packages overseas are always looking for donated items like puzzles, books, cards, sanitizer, games, clothes and even chewing gum. You can always give funds to these gifting programs if you do not have items to donate.

Send a Care Package or Gift Basket. Another easy way to show gratitude to our active military and veterans is to donate items to non-profits that organize packages for deployed troops. You can also send your own gift package to a vet in your neighborhood or to deployed military members that you know personally.

Board a Military Pet. Most active military must give up their pet when they are deployed. Some of these military members are lucky to leave them with family and friends, while others must give them up for adoption. To avoid this type of separation, non-profits like Dogs on Deployment, match military pets with foster parents who care them until their owner returns. You can reach out and become a foster home for military dogs.

Help Build Homes for Injured Veterans. You can join a charity that donates money to help build homes for disabled or injured vets. These charities raise money to provide building materials and professional labor free of charge for veterans and their families. Once the amount of money that was needed to build the house was raised, they then build these homes for wounded veterans.

Jason believes in doing good for your community. He believes if you can help someone out, do it. Our veterans have done so much for our country, we should show our gratitude and give back in any way to help them out.

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