powered by Booyah Veteran Bus Project and Clean the World
Clean the World Foundation and Booyah Veteran Bus Project partner to launch Hike Across America, a three-month initiative to raise awareness for homeless veterans and the difficulties they face going from active duty to civilian life.
With over 47,000 homeless veterans in the United States, it is our hope to directly connect these heroes, who gave the ultimate sacrifice to our country, to organizations and services that will help them get back on their feet.
During the Hike Across America powered by Booyah Veteran Bus Project and Clean the World, Founder of Booyah Veteran Bus Project, Shane Johnson, will walk 22 miles every day for 65 days, serving homeless veterans starting on September 11th in Orlando, Florida and ending in Camp Pendleton, California on November 14th. The 22-mile intervals represent the number of Veterans that commit suicide every day.
During the walk, which consists of 20 different city stops including a Veterans Day stop in Las Vegas, Nevada, Johnson will visit homeless shelters specializing in serving veterans, raise awareness for veteran homelessness, and hand out Clean the World Veterans’ Kits to those in need. Veteran’s Hygiene Kits are specialized with items specifically with veterans in mind: 2 bars of soap, repurposed shampoo, toothpaste, toothbrush, deodorant, shaving cream, razor, comb, socks, and an inspirational notecard. In addition, these veterans will be connected to counselors, pastors, and organizations in their local communities to provide them with the support needed to transition to civilian life and into the work force.
Ways you can help:
Please support Hike Across America. By creating an army of volunteers, and supporters, we will fight for our homeless veteran community and give them a step up towards changing their situation for the better.
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