Be the Light in the Dark
Some left Vietnam but Vietnam didn’t leave them. Nearly 3 million service members served in Vietnam and most returned home. But since then, thousands of Vietnam veterans have battled PTSD – Post Traumatic Stress Disorder – and it has impacted their lives and the lives of their families in many ways. Returning without a proper homecoming compounded the issues veterans faced upon their return.
Join us as we promote PTSD Awareness on June 27, 2021 – National PTSD Awareness Day – by bringing light to the continuing toll of the war. The Vietnam War may be over, but the battle continues for many Vietnam veterans and their families to this day.
Sponsor a candle using the form below and help support programs and events like PTSD Awareness Day. If you choose to leave a remembrance, your message will be displayed online and left in a book of remembrance at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial site during our event on June 27th, 2021.
VVMF’s PTSD Awareness Day shirt campaign has ended. Thank you for your support!
A couple of important notes:
- Each shirt sale fundraising campaign will have set dates open for ordering shirts, beginning on the opening date and orders will be collected until the closing date. Shirt orders will be printed after the campaign closes.
- All shirts will be shipped out at one time after the sale closing date with an estimated delivery date of approximately two to three weeks after the closing date of the sale (around June 25th).
- No shirts will be sold anywhere else. You must purchase your shirt as part of this fundraising campaign.
- All proceeds from the shirts benefit VVMF’s programs.
Please email us at [email protected] if you have any questions.