Camaraderie Foundation

109 N Brush St #260, Tampa, Fl 33602, Usa
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Our missionOur mission is to provide healing for invisible wounds of war through counseling, emotional & spiritual support for service members, veterans & their families.

Camaraderie Foundation

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With your donation of any item on this list, you actively become a part of our mission to assist Military Service Members, Post 9/11 Veterans and their families in healing the invisible wounds of war.ITEMS FOR PROGRAMSArt Supplies (glitter glue, stickers, markers, etc.) Sponsor for venues Family Fun Days, Mentor Leadership Program or Peer to Peer support groups Sponsor for food Family Fun Days, Mentor Leadership Program or Peer to Peer support groups Donations of tickets, venue etc. for families Small prizes (toys etc.) to give to children at the Family Fun Days Promotional itemsGENERAL OFFICE SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENTCommercial Walkie-Talkies and Head-Sets Office supplies (Copy paper, printer ink, binders, pens, paperclips etc.) Graphic designerITEMS FOR FUNDRAISERSCelebrity Items (autographs, costumes used in production) Theme Park Experiences Tickets to Sporting Events Tickets to Entertainment or Cultural Events Collectibles Sports Memorabilia Games, Tools, or other household items Handmade Crafts and Jewelry Paintings or Art
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How you helpWith the help of our dedicated volunteers, we are committed to supporting our Military Service Members, Post-9/11 Veterans and their families as they heal from the impact that war has had on their lives.
About usCamaraderie Foundation provides access to mental health counseling services, at no expense, to Post-9/11 Veterans, Service Members and their families. There are more than 5.5 million post-9/11 Veterans and approximately 1.65 million of them will experience cognitive or readjustment issues when returning from deployment. 44% of Veterans report difficulty in transitioning form military to civilian life. 40% of post-9/11 Veterans consider suicide at least once after joining the Military. These warriors and their families experience Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Traumatic Brain Injury, Military Sexual Trauma, divorce, substance abuse, spousal abuse, child abuse and other issues.
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