The Bob Woodruff Foundation was created by Bob and Lee Woodruff after Bob's armored vehicle was hit by a roadside bomb while he was reporting for ABC News while in Iraq. After being put into a medically-induced coma for 36 days Bob suffered the same injuries many of our veterans face - traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress disorder, and depression. Bob and Lee's eyes were opened to the sacrific our soldiers, family members, and veterans face everyday. This experience created a drive in the to impact those who serve and have serve and the Bob Woodruff Foundation was formed. The foundation has one goal - To create long-lasting positive outcomes for our nation’s wounded, ill, and injured veterans, service members and their families.
The #Give2Veterans campaign is a campaign designed to bring awareness to the outstanding job the Bob Woodruff Foundation does by simply sharing on social media. According to the website,"
The Steven & Alexandra Cohen Foundation has pledged to donate $1 to the Bob Woodruff Foundation for every social post or follow on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram that includes the hashtag (#Give2Veterans) AND the handles @CohenGive or @Stand4Heroes, from now through September 30, up to a total amount of $500,000.
We hope that you will consider joining in our efforts to create awareness by posting to your social media accounts—while encouraging your followers to do the same.
Shares, retweets, and ‘likes’ of posts with the #Give2Veterans hashtag count toward this simple campaign to raise awareness and funding for programs supporting injured veterans and their families.
Posts can be as simple as:
“Help me #Give2Veterans by liking and sharing this post. @CohenGive will donate $1 to @Stand4Heroes when you do.”
“How can we honor our veterans? Tell me using #Give2Veterans and @CohenGive will donate $1 to @Stand4Heroes for each post (up to $500K)”"
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