Returning Veterans Project: Stories Of Gratitude

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Returning Veterans Project: Stories Of Gratitude
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From first-time storytellers to experts on the mic, hear heartfelt stories of radical community gratitude for those who goes above and beyond in our community to make all of our lives just a little better.

Returning Veterans Project is partnering with SuperThank on May 2, 2017 at the EastBurn to highlight the contributions of our generous volunteer providers who give so freely to ensure low barrier healthcare for our, post-9/11 war zone veterans and their families. We are thrilled to be able to share this evening of gratitude through stories of service, healing and recovery.

Returning Veterans Project is now in its 12th year of service in Oregon and SW Washington in providing free consumer driven healthcare. RVP provides mental health counseling, massage, acupuncture, naturopathic and chiropractic care, equine and art therapy, and writing groups.

And, to ensure best practice services, we also offer culturally informed trainings on PTSD, traumatic brain injury, military sexual trauma and suicide prevention.

Please join us on May 2nd at 6:30pm at the East Burn to raise a pint for a great purpose: GRATITUDE!

For more information:

To be announced

Doors at 6:00 pm. Show starts at 6:30 pm.
This is event is free.

21+ in the Tap Room at Eastburn.

About SuperThank
SuperThank is a human gratitude engine organized around the mission of growing communities that magnify and continue to amplify acts of radical gratitude for stuff that matters. Led by an all-volunteer team, SuperThank facilitates the creation of gratitude through live-storytelling events to express gratitude on a superhuman scale for people who have done things to make our lives better.

Our SuperThank Community Storytelling Series is more than a live event; it’s part of a powerful movement, serving to encourage and amplify radical acts of gratitude through storytelling that fosters community well-being and connection. We host SuperThank events to highlight the efforts of our unsung heroes, and to express gratitude for those we appreciate, but who haven’t received our thanks as much as they should.

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By: Superthank - Portland