Clark Gregg is asking us to help our US Veterans for Veterans Day. Due to Covid-19, access for mental health care has became more difficult for veterans. To ensure Veterans have continued access to world-class treatment, Operation Mend has launched its virtual three-week Intensive Treatment Program (ITP), in addition to its existing in-person ITP, to treat post 9/11 veterans and caregivers struggling with symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
If you Walk with Operation Mend, they are going to match $50,000.
Nearly 50% of the participants do not have basic healthcare insurance. There are easy ways to donate - DONATE HERE
Other Gift Methods
By phone: Call Nicholas Middlesworth at 310-206-2089
By mail: Gifts in the form of a check can be sent directly to The UCLA Foundation, PO Box 7145, Pasadena, CA 91109-9903. Checks should be made out to The UCLA Foundation – Operation Mend; Memo: Patient Care Fund - #61743c
By wire: Download this form, fill-it-in, and email to Nicholas Middlesworth, firstname.lastname@example.org
Please consider helping our veterans during this Donor Match Challenge of Nov 1st - Nov 11th.
Operation Mend was established in 2007 as a partnership between UCLA Health and the United States military.
Clark Gregg has worked with Operation Mend in the past and even attended the Veterans Day Parade last November in NYC and walked side by side to help raise awareness.
Photo Credit: Clark Gregg IG