Stone Soup veterans

94.7 WCSX-FM Announces the Stone Soup Freedom Wrap to Honor Veterans Across America

Beasley Media Group is pleased to announce Big Jim’s House Stone Soup Project has taken the fundraiser for Vets Returning Home to a National Level with “The Freedom Wrap”.

Big Jim’s House will take the 1974 Ford Bronco Stone Soup truck and will wrap it in pictures of Veterans from all over the country to say thank you for their service. 

The Stone Soup Project has once again teamed up with various sponsors and encourages listeners to share their ideas on how to rebuild the Bronco, ranging on everything from deciding on the best paint to determining how big the tires should be. Once the Stone Soup Bronco is complete, it will be raffled off and one lucky person will win the Bronco. Proceeds from the raffle tickets will benefit Vets Returning Home (a Roseville, Michigan based charity that assists ALL Veterans). 

The Freedom Wrap will be unveiled the week leading up to the annual Woodward Cruise in August with the Bronco totally covered with images of veterans. Raffle tickets for the Stone Soup Bronco are ONLY $10 each. To upload a picture and purchase tickets, please click link below: https://wcsx.com/contests/honor-a-vet-on-the-stone-soup-freedom-wrap

About Vets Returning Home:

Vets Returning Home is a nonprofit and non-government funded organization dedicated to help our veterans transition into stable lives. The goal of Vets Returning Home is simple: to end chronic homelessness among veterans in our communities. Our mission is complex, requiring more than putting a roof over the veterans’ heads. It requires an approach that address the “total veteran” and his needs and making sure they succeed after they are transitioned. We are a volunteer operated 11,000 square foot facility with 43 beds and commercial kitchen. 6 of the 43 beds are dedicated to females only. We provide a stable and sober living environment to veterans in crisis. Onsite services including employment readiness training, aid with job placement, disability benefit connection, legal support and life skills training. Community support both physical and financial has been vital to our ability to continue our mission. Vets Returning home receives NO government funding. We have successfully transitioned on average 250 veterans a year back into society as a fully functioning community member.  The VRH website is www.https://www.vetsreturninghome.org.

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