From Vodka and coffee to socks and cleaning supplies, the list of products you can purchase that give back directly to veterans is endless. Many companies donate a percentage of sales to military and vets in need, while other companies will send one product to a vet for every product bought. Read on for more information about brands that support veteran causes.
Veterans can face many challenging issues when transitioning back into a civilian lifestyle. From applying to jobs and re-establishing relationships with family and friends to creating new routines and structure, they need support when facing these unique challenges. But something that veterans don’t often get is the one thing they need the most: closure.
First responders not only put themselves on the front lines during the most trying times, but they also give back to their communities on a regular basis. From donating to foundations and sending care packages, there are many ways we can repay first responders for their time spent both in and out of their uniforms.
Growing up in foster homes, Robert Meunier, Sr. credits his time in the Air Force for giving him the opportunity to not only go to college and take care of his son, but for also affording him the opportunity to make something of himself.
Hand tools have been around for centuries and understanding their evolution can be informative. While some of these tools haven’t changed significantly over the years, many have maintained the same designs as when they were first invented.
Homes with energy-efficient features, such as low emissive windows or Energy Star appliances, are better for the environment and save homeowners money. Adding these features to a new or older home makes it more attractive and beneficial for the homeowner.
When 3D printers are used for construction projects, they create precise, efficient, and unique materials. These printers use recycled materials and produce less construction waste but there are certain challenges to implementing this technology on the job site.