A Documentary In The Making
Tickets now on sale! July 14 Benefit Concert!
Tickets are now available for the CSN Songs concert to benefit Why Can't We Serve and Family of Woodstock. CSN Songs, the Crosby Stills Nash & Young tribute band, will perform at the Bearsville Theatre, 291 Tinker Street in Woodstock, NY, on Friday, July 14. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 8. Tickets are $20 and $25 in advance, depending on seating. Visit CSNSongs.com to learn more about the band, and also check out this YouTube video. Then visit Ticketfly to purchase your advance tickets for this awesome concert! Businesses interested in sponsoring the concert can get more information from any of these documents: Word doc, PDF doc, or text doc.
Raffle Winners Announced!
The Kingston Veterans Association in Kingston, NY, has announced the winners of the raffle it held on May 29 to benefit Why Can't We Serve. Bruce Berner of Wallkill, NY, won the 39-inch flat-screen TV, and the pairs of tickets to the CSN Songs benefit concert (see below) went to Charlie Manfro of Kingston and the Newburgh Marine Corps League. We congratulate the winners and thank everyone who supported Why Can't We Serve by participating!
Thinking about donating to the project? You might qualify to receive this weekend getaway!
The Americans with Disabilities Act requires all major businesses and corporations to hire people with disabilities. This applies to most government agencies as well, with one glaring exception—the U.S. military, which is not required to comply with the ADA.
Author, disability activist, and blind Air Force veteran Marty Klein has started a fundraising campaign to produce a feature-length documentary film, to be called “Why Can’t We Serve.” The goal is to help shift the military from being behind the times with regard to all people with disabilities, toward a more inclusive position that no longer discriminates.
This worthy project is endorsed by a growing group of forward-thinking organizations and individuals, including:
Explore this website to learn about the need for the documentary. Consider supporting it with a financial contribution and by adding your thoughts to our Comments page.