Helping Military and Veterans After Hurricane Ian


Lori Roman


October 11, 2022

Our military veterans are strong, independent and resourceful. ACRU’s Committee to Support and Defend puts us in touch with veterans who are always ready to serve without asking for anything in return.

Photo by Jocelyn Augustino / FEMA

Sannibel, FL. (Oct. 6, 2022) – A local home destoryed by Hurricane Ian. Photo by Jocelyn Augustino / FEMA

But sometimes, the world delivers more than any one of us can handle alone. That’s why ACRU’s Committee to Support and Defend is stepping in to help veterans impacted by the devastation of hurricane Ian.

Gary is a proud Vietnam veteran. When the storm hit his Naples, Florida, home, he lost everything. Thankfully, the Committee to Support and Defend, headquartered in Naples, was able to work with friends in the community to provide furnishings for Gary’s new studio apartment.

We’re grateful for compassionate and patriotic Americans like you who support the Committee to Support and Defend, America’s Conservative Constitutional veterans’ organization. Through your generosity, we can help veterans like Gary in their time of need.

Please consider joining the Committee for just $17.75 per year or making a generous donation. Your support will allow us to help more veterans and help us protect the votes of veterans and active-duty military and their families, and much, much more.

Lori Roman, President ACRU



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