[Nebraska] – Berry Law, a premier advocate for Veterans’ rights, is proud to support for The 50 Mile March Foundation. This initiative aims to raise crucial funds and awareness for Veterans grappling with PTSD, homelessness, and other severe challenges.
John Berry CEO of Berry Law, expressed his commitment, stating, “At Berry Law, we’ve been at the forefront of advocating for Veterans from WWII to Iraq and Afghanistan. Supporting The 50 Mile March Foundation amplifies our reach and impact, turning our words into concrete action.”
Statistics show that for every 1,000 Veterans, 8 are homeless, and every day, 22 Veterans commit suicide. These alarming numbers have spurred Berry Law to expand its efforts. “These are not just numbers; these are heroes who’ve served our nation, and they deserve more than to be reduced to mere statistics,” added Berry.
The 50 Mile March Foundation is committed to raising funds through grants for local non-profits focusing on combatting PTSD and homelessness among Veterans. “Each walker recruited embodies the values we stand for. It’s not just a march; it’s a movement,” explained a spokesperson from The 50 Mile March Foundation.
Berry Law’s involvement goes beyond mere sponsorship; John Berry, CEO, will actively participate in the 50-mile walk from Lincoln to Omaha, Nebraska. “By participating, we’re not just advocating for change; we’re walking towards it,” Berry elaborated.
For more information about this support initiative and the upcoming 50-mile march, visit www.berrylawfirm.com or contact:
CMO, Berry Law
Berry Law, headquartered in [Omaha and Lincoln Nebraska], has been an advocate for Veterans since 1965. Through their support of The 50 Mile March Foundation, they are committed to taking concrete steps to transform the lives of Veterans nationwide.
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