We recently introduced you to Give Back 10, an initiative that asks you to Take 10, Tell 10, and Give 10 as we create a community of support around America’s wounded warriors. And you’ve responded to that call by learning more about the needs of wounded warriors, engaging your friends in a dialogue, and donating to this effort.
We’ll be sending this banner to a very special hospital in Afghanistan in time for Veterans Day. It’s a place where our brave men and women come straight from the frontlines with battle related injuries. Please sign your name to our banner, and let our wounded warriors know that YOU have their back. As they’re recovering from their injuries, they’ll see YOUR name and know that someone back home supports them.
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