America was founded on the principles of freedom, justice, and liberty for all. Our Nation’s soldiers serve every day to protect our country and these ideals. In honor of Veterans Day, Amac is launching its first annual “Random Acts of Gratitude Month.”
For the entire month of November we are asking ALL Americans to commit to performing at least one Random Act of Gratitude to express your appreciation to those who have served, or are currently serving, our country.
We are calling on AMAC members to lead the way in honoring those who have so bravely served this country!
Perhaps you can send an anonymous gift to a vet you know, or spend a few hours visiting a veteran’s facility. Maybe you see a soldier at a restaurant and you pick up the tab. Every act of gratitude counts. Whether you are in a position to give a vet a job, or you simply say “Thank You” to a veteran or active duty personnel, every action is priceless.
Let us know what you are doing to honor the sacrifices of America’s 25 million veterans. Share your stories, videos, and ideas for Random Acts of Gratitude here, or email us at GratitudeStories@amac.us.
Are you a veteran or active duty service member? We would love to know what serving your country has meant to you. Tell us about the sacrifices you have made and the impact it has had on your life. Share your stories and photos here, or email VetStories@amac.us.
We will be reading some of your stories on national radio programs and posting them on our website to encourage ALL Americans to thank our veterans and active duty personnel for all they give.
There is nothing we value more than those men and women who defend our liberties at home and abroad. This is Amac’s way of honoring our military heroes and saying Thank You.
“Let us remember the service of our veterans, and let us renew our national promise to fulfill our sacred obligations to our veterans and their families who have sacrificed so much so that we can live free.”
– Dan Lipinski