Do you want to be inspired and be a part of something big for our military? Then you should sign up to hear Dave Roever speak at the Georgia Warrior Alliance dinner on Saturday, April 14 at Callaway Gardens.
Dave Roever, a decorated veteran who was critically injured in Vietnam, is one of the most powerful motivational speakers of our time. He has dedicated his life to helping other “wounded warriors.”
Proceeds for the dinner will benefit the Georgia Warrior Alliance (GWA), co-founded by the Georgia Public Policy Foundation. The mission of the GWA is, “Help, Hope and Healing for Returning Soldiers and Their Families.” The alliance helps returning soldiers and their families deal with the symptoms of stress, manage the transition from combat to the home front environment and reintegrate with their families before re-entering their communities. The GWA is working to turn the 23,600-acre campus of Callaway Gardens, the Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute and FDR State Park into the nation’s leading military family healing retreat destination and non-profit training center.
“As a co-founder of the Georgia Warrior Alliance, Georgia Public Policy Foundation is proud to be part of this special event to support Georgia’s wounded warriors. We urge you to help support this worthwhile cause.” – Kelly McCutchen, President, Georgia Public Policy Foundation
Click here to register for the Cocktail Reception and Dinner. Attire is coat and tie/cocktail dress.
Click here for the Georgia Warrior Alliance Summit Schedule, which has a number of events starting on Thursday, April 12.
Click here for GWA Sponsorship Opportunities.
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