There’s been a distinct uptick in crowdfunding advice requests I’ve received of late from people considering a crowdfunding campaign to help US veterans and their families return to civilian life after the traumas of war.
The news reports about painfully inadequate psychological services, access to jobs, and medical benefits bear out that there is a great need to be filled. It seems like crowdfunding could be the perfect avenue through which we could all easily and efficiently step up on behalf of the soldiers who risked all to serve us.
Why aren’t they working? Why are these projects failing to inspire?
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