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I have the coolest thing to show you guys today! I created this wonderful video in partnership with DAV (Disabled American Veterans) to thank my grandfather for his service in honor of the upcoming Veterans Day holiday. I almost cried when I watched the video. They have the coolest template where you can upload your own pictures and create a video saying “thanks” to a veteran.
Check out my video to my gramp below:
Thank you gramp for your service!
I love that video! Something about putting music to your photo’s makes the viewing so special.
For those of you who don’t know what DAV is, it is the only nonprofit that provides a lifetime of support for veterans of all generations. Every year, DAV helps more than 1 million veterans in positive ways by helping them access benefits they earned, like healthcare and disability, and connecting them to meaningful employment opportunities. I personally take my grandfather to all of his doctor appointments at our local VA and I am always thrilled to meet the veterans that are there being seen by the doctors. I have heard so many heartwarming stories and met so many wonderful people. My grandfather actually looks forward to going to the VA, not because we always stop and get donuts, but because he loves to talk to his fellow veterans. I would highly encourage you to create your own video thanking a Veteran in your life. You can create your video by using DAV’s Thank A Vet tool. It’s so easy and takes just a couple minutes. You even get to pick your own music and theme. Once complete, consider posting your video on social media with the #ThankAVet hashtag so other people can give thanks, too. You can Learn more about DAV by visiting their site and be sure to watchother Thank A Vet videos as well. Thank you so much to DAV for supporting our veterans and creating this super fabulous video tool. I love it!
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of DAV. All opinions are 100% mine.