Charlie Daniels‘ veterans nonprofit, The Journey Home Project, just made a huge donation.
Last week (May 24), TJHP held a reception for the Shepherd’s Men in Nashville. According to their website, the Shepherd’s Men “is an organization comprised of dedicated patriots committed to creating advocacy and opportunity for our nation’s veteran heroes who have been affected by the hidden injuries of war.” They were in town during a stop on their annual Shepherd’s Run. The run is a week-long, seven city run that ends in Atlanta and raises awareness for troops with traumatic brain injuries and PTSD. During the reception at The Palm, TJHP gave the Shepherd’s Men a $25,000.
“The Shepherd’s Men are relentless in their efforts to end the tragic pattern of suicide with our returning veterans,” TJHP’s co-founder, David Corlew, says. “The Journey Home Project is committed to this issue and believe we have the best possible partnership we could have to try and save precious lives, one at a time. God bless the Shepherd’s Men and the SHARE Military Initiative and the work they continue to do.”
Find out more about the Shepherd’s Men on their official website.