Tickets are on sale for our fundraiser at Branson Star Theatre!

October 9th and 10th. To benefit USA Veterans Hope Center. The catered meal is at 4 pm to 7 pm and the following show and Nashville Roadhouse Live with Stevie Woods, is at 8 pm.

Remember Our Forgotten Veterans in this Pandemic!

Craig Johnson and Al Jackon - forgotten veteransThis is Craig Johnson (pictured, right). He is a Homeless Veteran from Kansas City, MO.

Due to his homelessness, he receives no benefits from his military days and has had very limited assistance, much less access, to filing the appropriate paperwork.

By chance, we came into contact with Craig, and after learning of his unique situation, Connie (my wife) and I (Al Jackson, CEO of USA Veterans Hope Center, pictured, left) secured a place for him to stay for a few days.

Craig, along with scores of other local vets, needs urgent help.

We average 5-7 calls and personal contacts like this every week. With the COVID issue, protests, politics, and all the chaos, Veterans are being forgotten and ignored.

No matter their background or issues they may have, all of our Veterans have made a tremendous contribution to this country’s freedom and should not be discounted. We’re asking you right now not to let veterans fall through the cracks.

Won’t you please help us to help Craig and others like him. We have put together a gofundme fundraiser to help make a change in our community, our county, our future, and our children’s future. Thank you.

God Bless you and may God continue to bless America.

You can donate via our gofundme or directly, here on our website.

Remember Our Forgotten Veterans in this Pandemic!

This is Craig Johnson. He is a Homeless Veteran from Kansas City, MO.
Due to his homelessness, he receives no benefits from his military days and has had very limited assistance, much less access, to filing the appropriate paperwork.
Craig, along with scores of other local vets, needs urgent help.

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