In a world of discord, one thing most agree on is that people who have served their country deserve respect and attention. Whether this includes you or you have a personal connection to someone who has served, there aren’t enough ways to thank people who have protected and defended the freedom of others. Veterans are part of communities. You can spend holiday time with some real-life heroes, do some gardening, house painting or driving for a Veteran in your community, or help a Veteran archive his or her personal story of service. There are organizations that support Veteran entrepreneurs and businesses that seek to hire Veterans or provide Veterans’ discounts.

Amava Spotlights include diverse opportunities for Veterans and others to stay active and engaged. It’s on all of us to do more starting from wherever we are–so volunteer, support businesses who hire and treat Veterans well, hire Veterans in your business or donate to Veterans’ causes. Whether you’re a Veteran or a friend of a Veteran, whatever you can do is worth the effort.

 


 

Put Your Energy Into Endeavors That Matter

 

Make a Veteran’s life better and Volunteer for Veterans.

 

Roll up your sleeves, tap into your compassion and Help Fire Victims.

 

Use an education or training background to Learn Software Skills and Be an Onboarding Guide.

 

Work to Help Women and lift up your community.

 


 

Explore and Learn About Communities Worldwide

 

Why not Keep Moving All Over the World? The Valley of Elah, Norway, Guatemala and Belize are great choices. 

 

Take a vacation from vacation and Give A Day wherever you are. 

 


 

Amava on the Techstination Podcast

 

Have you met Mark? Amava CEO, Mark Silverman, speaks about Amava’s mission and methods. Take a listen.

 

Do you have a Veteran story to share or an organization you support that does great work supporting Veterans? Tell us about it.

 


 

On the Way Out

 

“Honor to the soldier and sailor everywhere, who bravely bears his country’s cause. Honor, also, to the citizen who cares for his brother in the field and serves, as he best can, the same cause.” Abraham Lincoln