FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
4VETS4LIFE Program Invites Applications from Disabled American Veterans
Seeking applications from disabled American Veterans to participate in the 4VETS4LIFE program, Laura Tubesing promotes the need to change the lives of 10 disabled Veterans through new portals of public participation.
Washington– The 4VETS4LIFEProgram is seeking applications from wounded American Veterans to launch its inaugural program which is committed to providing new ways of honoring Americans whose needs exceed current support systems. The online applicationasks individual disabled Veterans to submit his or her story and description of needs via the website at <4Vets4Life.org>. Through a confidential assessment program, the 4VETS4LIFEProgram will select 10 Veterans for its first initiative.
Executive Director of 4LiPHE Charities Laura Tubesing says, “we’re excited to launch the application phase of this program, which marks the start of our journey towards transforming the lives Veterans, 10 at a time.” By launching the online application, the 4VETS4LIFEProgram realizes a major first step toward helping select disabled Veterans receive the support they need to develop the skills and tools essential to rebuilding their dreams and their lives.Each of the 10 disabled Veterans will receive $100,000 towards their Dreams, and one of these veterans will also be awarded a mortgage-free home that has been modified to their specific needs.
“The 4VETS4LIFEProgram is fully committed to make a lasting difference and change to as many deserving Veterans’ lives as possible. These are our Veterans and this is our country, and we ask all Americans to work with us to make a difference,” Tubesing says. “There is no issue too big or too difficult that together it cannot be solved.”
With the launch of the online application, the 4VETS4LIFEprogram recognizes its first major step in its commitment to aligning the public’s desire to help with the specific needs of disabled Veterans.