Connected Nation Cares raises $1,000 for veterans in need
Fort Campbell, Kentucky (December 19, 2022) - In honor of Veterans Day and the holiday season, Connected Nation (CN) and Digital Works held their CN Cares fundraiser to support Project Patriot Hope, providing hope and support to homeless veterans. This project is organized by YAIPak outreach, a Fort Campbell nonprofit organization. YAI stands for “You Are Important.”
Project Patriot Hope helps transition homeless veterans from off the streets into housing. The organization helps lift their initial financial burden, allowing veterans to focus on their future.
From November 7 to December 9, 2022, CN raised $1,000 to purchase pots/pans sets and full/queen-size sheets for veterans transitioning to permanent housing. These items are some of the most needed by Project Hope, and are included in every kit that is provided to veterans when they move into their new homes.
It’s important to remember that a donation in any amount, no matter how small, helps these veterans in need, especially around the holiday season. To make a donation to Project Patriot Hope, visit www.yaioutreach.org/projectpatriothope.
To read more about how CN and Digital Works have supported the veteran and military spouse community over the years, click on the stories below.
- How to support veterans in your community and beyond
- Annual Veterans Day Turkey Drive
- Digital Works gives back this Veterans Day
- How Digital Works helps soldiers transition to civilian life
- What Digital Works is doing to help military spouses, veterans, and veteran spouses find remote jobs