Casualties of War

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They say that one person can change the world.   Casualties’ of war as an organization, began as a blog and evolved overtime to become a national movement.

Casualties’ of War is a Texas registered non-profit organization, formed in 2016.   In June of 2017, we obtained our 501c3 status from the Internal Revenue Service and are now nationally recognized.  Our registration number is:

Founder Zack Brown, having been involved previously with other veteran’s service and not-for-profit organizations, over time became frustrated with “raising awareness” and creating failure points.   One day in a conversation, he stated, “I’m tired of building wheel chair ramps.  I want to teach people to walk again.”   With this simple statement of frustration, a revolution was born.

More than a blog, Casualties’ of War is a national organization, which is focused on helping veterans and first responders become successful in life as well as reconnect individuals into a positive and supportive group in which to face this world.

As part of the larger “Operation Anvil” initiative, Casualties’ of War, as an organization, is tasked with assisting in administering solution based programs implemented by Operation Anvil and in conjunction with the Tattered Flag Project.

Currently, there are 6 states with Casualties’ of War chapters in various stages of development and operation.

1. If you are interested in entering the “war” on PTSD Or,

2. If you are a veteran, or first responder who wishes to “reconnect” with the “brotherhood” in a meaningful, positive and productive way.  Or,

3. If you desire to make a difference.

Become  Only by locking shields and moving forward will this enemy be defeated.

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2017-10-05T17:50:27+00:00July 1st, 2017|Comments Off on Casualties of War