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Thursday, October 20, 2016

"Donate $22 Today Campaign": Give Veterans the gift of their own Production/Broadcast Studios in 2017, Donate $22

ALL VETERANS, FAMILY OF VETERANS, AND ALL EVERYONE ELSE…. I believe the veteran population is .05% of the population (US). The veterans you can help are those that will carry scars for life. A one time contribution of $22 in comparison, which can save a life, is not effort by the VA. This is an attempt to assist where the VA fails. One a day is failure! Don't you agree?  Will you also please forward to others you know? Please help and thanks!!  RW

(A Nonprofit organization with a 501 c 3. All Donations Are Tax Deductible.)
The Veterans Suicide Prevention Channel has initiated a new campaign to raise funds to build
a production/Broadcast studio that will benefit America's veterans  and their family members.
Funds raised will go towards the creation of a state of the Art film and Television Studio
capable of producing 10 to 15 shows and programs a week.
The shows and programs produced will be created with the intention to promote good mental, emotional and physical health to veterans and their family members. These shows  will be able to be accessed online in the privacy of their own homes.

Imagine being able to do Yoga, Tai Chi and practice Mindfulness every day from home.
We will also create entertainment shows for our viewers.

Our plan is to recieve $22 from 1 million people. This would generate enough in funding to make this plan a reality. We ask the you make a donation. Make a creative video about why you are doing it and challenge your friends from the same family, group, company or organization to do the same. We will post your video Facebook and on our website at: www.vspchannel.com.
Veterans Day is November 11, 2016.
Give veterans a gift that will last a lifetime and work towards improving their lives continually.

Glenn Towery, Chairman & Founder
Veterans Suicide Prevention Channel
Visionary & Humanitarian
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