Exodus Place, a nonprofit that cares for homeless military veterans, has announced that NRA board member and avid Second Amendment supporter Ted Nugent is joining them as an Ambassador. Nugent hopes to make his home state of Michigan the leading state in achieving zero military veteran homelessness.
"Ted has the heart for our military and has agreed with our president, that it is time to complete this mission and give military veterans all the help they need. We are very excited about this development, and we hope that it will further push us towards our ultimate goal of eradicating military veteran homelessness in the state of Michigan," said Robb Munger, a company representative.
Exodus Place helps to locate, rehabilitate and develop veterans going through a difficult challenge. The organization also provides medical needs, clothing, personal hygiene materials and bedrooms with lamps, hangers, pillows and dressers. It also provides access to education and colleges, so that veterans can acquire new skills and improve their chances of finding employment.
"Caring people paying attention to the most important things in life will always admit that freedom is not free. Humbled by a lifetime of deep connections with US Military heroes brings home the harsh reality that our veterans have not been properly cared for and supported in far too many instances,” states Nugent. “Exodus Place is the battlecry in Michigan to make up for this failure by ending the embarrassing scourge of homeless and needy vets. We are doing God’s work and good people will not quit until we make it right for our warriors."
For more information, go to ExodusPlace.org.