Support for Our Veterans (Aired on May 11, 2012)

Left to R: Host Jonah Triebwasser and Trent Love

Left to R: Host Jonah Triebwasser and Trent Love

Award winning producer and host of a new program called Vets Chat Show Trent Love, retired U.S. Army Captain, brings veterans and the community together to address the needs of returning veterans and their families. The intent is to help listeners become aware of the veterans’ problems and about the ways they can help, sometimes as simple as telling a vet: “Thank you for serving.” Mr. Love discusses the many resources and services now available to returning veterans and points out the shortage of publicity, which means that veterans must reach out to each other. A poet in his spare time, Mr. Love shares the values of Rotary, wanting to give back to his community and his country. His 9/11 experience as a First Responder resulted in a multi-media exhibition, “United We Stood,” a month long multi-media photo exhibition, showcasing 10 original photos taken by Trent Love at various locations around New York. Contact: vetschatshow@gmail.com

Learn More:
Trent Love, First Responder
Interview with Trent Love plus sample shows on Trent Love’s program
 National Veterans Foundation
Veteran Support Programs

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