The highest form of charity is to help someone become self-sufficient. How well Veterans know this fact. If you really want to help a Veteran, then help them retrain for work, and offer them gainful employment.
As we transition from a service economy to a resource economy, we can show our patriotism in a way that is not chest-beating, nor divisive, but in a way that offers Veterans resources at their local VA, public library, or community center.
Today’s shout out goes to Little Caesars Veterans Program. This noble benefit aims to honor those who have served our country by providing honorably discharged Veterans with a business opportunity when they transition to civilian life or seek a career change.
As part of this program, qualified Veterans are eligible to receive financial incentives to help them open a franchise with Little Caesars. Incentives include a reduced franchise fee for the first restaurant and various credits on equipment, marketing and administrative services. To learn more, please visit:
Never forget that your contribution makes a difference, whether you are a Veteran or a Civilian Ally. Thanks for listening.