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Got Your 6 Grants $1.1 Million to Nonprofit Partners

WASHINGTON (March 1, 2017) – Got Your 6 today announced $1.1 million in funding granted to 20 of its nonprofit Veteran Empowerment Coalition partners to support on-the-ground initiatives ensuring successful veteran reintegration and veteran empowerment in communities across the country. The funding was generated through the retailer Macy’s 2016 “American Icons” campaign and “Summer Vibes” online music festival. The grant awards, which represent a 22 percent increase of the previous year’s total, support Got Your 6’s mission of achieving widespread social change through the power of collective impact.

Give An Hour is awarded $50,000 to support the Campaign to Change Direction, a collective impact effort to change the culture of mental health in America by encouraging veterans, military families, and civilians to learn and share the “Five Signs” of emotional suffering and to pay attention to their emotional well-being.

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Global Summit on Mental Health Culture Change

Give an Hour – the backbone organization behind the Campaign to Change Direction – created The Global Summit on Mental Health Culture Change to showcase successful efforts, forge new alliances and create a strategic vision to eradicate the fear, shame and guilt that prevents those who are suffering from receiving the compassionate care they deserve.  Join us!

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Give an Hour joins Mission United in Hampton Roads

Give an Hour partners with United Way to help 400,000 military community.

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Give an Hour honored with Newman's Own Award

Give an Hour received the highest honor of five military non-profit awardees.

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VFW partners with Give an Hour for mental wellness campaign

Joined by three high-profile national partners, Give an Hour, One Mind, and PatientsLikeMe, the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U.S. is launching a new nationwide campaign to focus on mental wellness within the military and veterans’ communities.

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