Task Force Home Front Announces New Effort To Support Veterans With “From A Grateful American Challenge Coin”
A new challenge for Americans to ask “What can I do? to express gratitude for American’s military personnel.
Dallas, TX, May 25, 2015:
The board of Task Force Home Front today announces a new initiative to help U.S. veterans and their loved ones access needed services and assistance.
Christopher Inman states, “It’s a privilege to step up and help veterans such as J.D. Collett.” He adds, “JD has served himself, fought the battles on the home front, and stepped up to the challenge of helping his fellow veterans get their lives back in order.”
J.D. Collett is a decorated Marine combat veteran who struggled with PTSD for years. He states, “Several dedicated veterans and volunteers have helped me for years to search out and assist veterans who have simply dropped out of the system. To have this new support for our efforts is both humbling and exciting.
From a Grateful American is a new initiative to challenge all Americans to express their support for our military personnel who are serving and have served. One of its premier efforts is the Grateful American Challenge Coin, released at the Rolling Thunder event in Washington, D.C. this date. More information on this coin and project is available at www.fromagratefulamerican.com .
Inman concludes with, “We see this dramatic challenge coin as a superb way to both acknowledge individual servicemen and women and to help fund the work of Task Force Home Front. The net proceeds from the sale of this coin will fund the establishment of Task Force units throughout the country.”
About Task Force Home Front
Task Force Home Front is a 501.c.3 organization that seeks to work with local organizations and agencies to facilitate the onboarding of all veterans and their loved ones for the help and assistance they need.
Headquartered in Jacksonville, TX, Task Force Home Front is working to expand its work nationally and does not accept any government funds. The group sponsors the use of the From a Grateful American Challenge Coin to recognize individual Americans and to fund in part its activities.