Kris Herzog and The Navy SEAL Bodyguard Group has stood beside some of Hollywood’s biggest stars, using his military background to make sure they don’t stumble into harm’s way. Now, in order to give back to his company, The Bodyguard Group, which his father founded 45 years ago, he will be donating 100% of the proceeds from his book My True Hollywood Story by Kris Herzog, preview at: www.KrisHerzog.com and www.TheBodyguardGroup.com (currently unpublished) back to the organization that has not only helped enrich his life but also the lives of countless U.S. Veterans.
The Navy SEAL Bodyguard Group, Est in 1967, provides free job finding services for U.S. Veterans and, also, supports Navy SEAL Team members and U.S. Veteran families.
How can you help The U.S. Navy SEAL Veterans of The Navy SEAL Bodyguard Group?
The Navy SEAL Bodyguard Group has recently started an Indiegogo drive and has a set goal of $44,000. While the book has yet to be published, the company is asking for donations to keep this wonderful benefit going until the proceeds from the book’s release generate enough revenue to support their causes.
From their fundraiser proposal:
“We just need enough to help our U.S. Veteran members survive until our book comes out, we are hoping the publicity from the book helps us get additional revenue and additional jobs for our U.S. Veteran members.”
Sounds like a righteous cause. So if you’re willing to part with one of your dollars, or even fifty cents, why not put it toward a good cause?
The Navy SEAL Bodyguard Group hasn’t asked for donations until today, so let’s extend some support toward their efforts.
CLICK HERE to go directly to their Indigogo page!
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