January 12, 2018 – Renowned Service Disabled Veteran and Mental Health Advocate, Dustin DeMoss has announced that he has launched an inspiring fundraiser campaign on Patreon for veteran empowerment. During his illustrious military career, Dustin has served the United States by working on the iconic F-117 Nighthawk along with many other accomplishments. Moreover, he is also an active contributor on Huffington Post. This fundraising campaign launched by Dustin on Patreon will play a major role in empowering the disabled veterans and will promote positivity at large.
“As a mental health advocate, I have advocated for change in the healthcare system with politicians in Washington, D.C. and worked on behalf of SARDAA.org based out of Houston as a board member with the organization,” said Dustin DeMoss, while talking about his advocacy. “As a Huffington Post contributor, I write on everything from politics, mental health, and veteran’s issues,” he added.
Being a disabled veteran himself, Dustin has also proactively advocated by writing on behalf of the veterans. His article titled ’Is the 22-a-Day Veteran Suicide Rate Reliable?’ prompted other news agencies to follow suit with reporting. Moreover, his article for healthcare of women in the armed forces also got a phenomenal response nationwide. In addition, he also ousted lobbying Saudi Agents in the US Government that were deceiving veterans and working against the 9/11 victim families.
“When you support my writing through Patreon, you are also supporting my advocacy, integrity, and courage to write about things that will benefit the United States as a community of Americans believing in themselves, and their power to affect change,” said Dustin, while talking about his recently launched fundraiser. “Once we reach $500 a month as a community I will focus on building a podcast with other service-disabled veterans looking to change the face of America,” he added.
To support Dustin in this inspiring cause, please back him at:
Contact Person: Dustin DeMoss
Country: United States