Radiothon underway to benefit New Hampshire Veterans
MANCHESTER - A 12-hour radiothon is underway to raise money to help veterans and their families in New Hampshire.
The 3rd Annual "Make 12-Hours Count" Radiothon is taking place from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Jack Heath, the host of New Hampshire Today-heard weekdays from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. on 99.1 NH1 News in Concord and 107.3 WEMJ, as well as WGIR in Manchester-hosts the event, which will feature conversations about the challengers faced by military families and how Easterseals Military & Vetrans Services and Veterans Count and other organizations across the state provide support.
Since 2006, Easterseals Military & Veterans Services provided more than 9,600 individuals with services for challenges including suicide prevention, employment, homelessness, substance abuse treatment, transportation, and mental health issues resulting from post-traumatic stress disorder and/or traumatic brain injury. Additionally, Veterans Count provides emergency financial assistance for food, home maintenance, utilities, housing, rent, fuel assistance, vehicle repair, child care, gasoline, and medical bills.
To make a donation, you can call 1-844-650-VETS (1-844-650-8387) or visit the Veterans Count website for more information.