Our nation’s freedom is certainly an immeasurable blessing, one that is sometimes forgotten or not given proper thanks. Since the beginning of our independence, there have always been men and women who have fought and died for our liberty. While we sit back comfortably knowing we can always count on our service members, they don’t necessarily come back from battle unharmed. The invisible scars are just as prevalent as the physical ones, but fortunately, we can help them. More importantly, YOU can help them just by starting to share information on the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund (IFHF). Why should you get involved? Well, because IFHF is one of the most unique military charities around:
1. 100% of donations go to the centers. And nowhere else.
3. We have a track record for helping service members and their families.
You have the opportunity to give back to those who put so much on the line for us. A donation goes a long way, but so does a share! When you spread the word about IFHF, you bring more awareness to the problem of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and other psychological health conditions that our military heroes face. When put in front of the right eyes, this information creates more opportunity for donations, which in turn helps us build all of the Intrepid Spirit centers faster, extending critical care to service members suffering from TBI and related injuries. So how can you tell your family and friends about us?
1. Invite your friends to like our Facebook page
You can do this by going to our Facebook page, and clicking the link that says “invite your friends to like this Page”. The link is located on the left side in a box labeled “people”.
2. Follow us on Twitter
Follow IFHF and retweet one of our tweets! We recommend one that shares our mission, or where to donate.
3. Share this blog!
The more awareness we get the higher chance people will make donations.
Truly, you play a big part in helping our American Heroes. So tell everyone else how they can help, too! If you’ve made a donation to IFHF in the past, we sincerely thank you. Just as we thank our service members for defending our freedom, we thank you for making sure they receive the care they deserve.
Posted on August 21 2014 in Blog