Man Opens A Door For Two Homeless War Veterans. Now Watch What They Do Insideâ€¦
When veterans come back from war, you would think these men and women would be afforded to live comfortable lives with little worry.
After all, they sacrificed their own lives for the country and went through unimaginable horrors, so they naturally should now be living in a positive, stress free environment upon return. Yet for so many the reality is the exact opposite. Homelessness, mental illness, drug addiction, and suicide.
Mark Doyle, a banker who was deployed to Afghanistan to work as an accountant for the Army, saw the utter absurdity of the above reality and decided to do something about it. He came up with Rags of Honor, a T-shirt company that started out by employing four homeless vets. The company quickly grew and now employs 22 former homeless vets, and Marks mission is to become the largest homeless veteran employee in the country. Everyone likes putting a support our veterans bumper sticker on our cars, but the real way to show support according to Mark is to give these men and women jobs.
Check out this true hero who is making a big difference in the lives of veterans.