Get Unemployed Disabled Veterans Back to Work
All Disabled Unemployed American Veterans Who Are Willing and Able to Work...Can!
Provide an Intensive On-the-job Training Program That Gives a Veteran Work Skills, Job-Preparation, Pride, and a Pay Check
Once a Veteran Passes Through our Doors, He or She will Have the Tools, Motivation, and Opportunity to Realize a Prosperous and Happy Life
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from all of us at Vetmade
Be Part of the Solution:
Vetmade Industries Inc. is seeking individual veteran sponsorship donations from corporate, business, group, and individual donors.
It costs Vetmade around $5,000.00 per month just to train and employ one veteran!
This cost includes keeping the shop doors open, paying the Veteran, providing training, and paying the electric bill etc.
A total six-month stint at Vetmade (the length of our individual training and employment program) costs around $30,000.
If companies, corporations, individuals, or groups chip in together and help sponsor just one disabled veteran for the length of our six-month program, we can continue our mission and not worry about where the next dollar is coming from.
Of course any amount helps, and we will continue to make and sell the finest hand-made woodworking items in the world.
As we move forward, Vetmade will be able to provide better services to our unemployed disabled veteran community.
We need everyone's help!
Most importantly, we can get more disabled veterans back to work and beat unemployment: ONE VET AT A TIME!
Senate Passes "Forever" G.I. BillThe U.S. Senate on Wednesday passed legislation that is considered to be the largest expansion of veterans education benefits in a decade. Among other provisions, the “Forever GI Bill” – which now goes to President Donald Trump to be signed into law –ends the 15-year limit veterans had to use their education benefits, and corrects a Pentagon deployment authorization that has kept thousands of National Guardsmen and reservists from accumulating earned education benefits...
Read American Legion article here: https://www.legion.org/education/238674/forever-gi-bill-headed-president