After a wonderful family dinner tonight, I met Douglas Hall — a very happy man. Douglas is a Kuwaiti vet who lost his leg to an IED. Douglas is homeless is New York City. Douglas got robbed last night and lost his brand new phone and the $130 in cash
Homelessness among vets is thankfully on the decline. The same cannot be said about chronic poverty and hunger. As I spoke with multiple volunteers at food pantries and soup kitchens, all confirmed that a large percentage of the people they were serving were vets. This article supports that, pegging the
Welcome to our new project — A Shell of a Life Challenge. We believe that having vets homeless or near-homeless is a shame. It is a moral failure on the part of our society. We want to help change that by documenting homeless vets through storytelling, documentary filmmaking, and photography.