America’s Veterans helped US, They deserve Our Help Now!
Please help Advantage US Vets Inc put unemployed Veterans back to Work.
The Roots, Sprouts & Happenings Cluster, provides Veterans will hands-on training to jumpstart their new careers or businesses.
Vets learn and earn, and receive meaningful benefits. They use their daily hands-on experiences to make new decisions about their lives, to grasp new opportunities.
The Cluster training is challenging work, but never dull.
The Cluster provides safe camaraderie with connectivity to neighboring communities and new friends.
Your contribution gives helps an unemployed Veteran hold a job to earn a paycheck.  
Thank you.
To learn more about AUV’s Cluster Training Program please visit our main web site at:

Memo to Our Military Friends & Their Families, Friends and Supporters

From: Betsy Browne @AUV

Ten Reasons a Regular AUV Paychecks Beat
One-time $60,000.00 Federal Handouts

1. AUV cares about you and pays you for the work you do.
2. At AUV you work with comrades, other people who have experiences similar to yours, who’ve “been there, done that.”
3. You work in community toward personal growth, good health and well-being, and fulfillment. And financial stability.
4. You learn job producing skills and practice skill producing jobs.
5. You gain knowledge, experience, and connections.
6. At AUV, staff and community members support and encourage your daily activities, assisting your transition from your overseas missions to civilian life – the new normal.
7. The workplace is beautiful, quiet, safe, and conducive for restoration and renewal. There’s a balance of directed routine work tasks, PT, art practice, animal care, and community reach outs.
8. The crops you produce will help feed yourself and others at AUV as well as members of the community beyond Tianderah.
9. The carefully nurtured crops grown in toxin-free soil produce tasty farm fresh foods.
10. At AUV you receive Recognition, Respect, Responsibility,
and Rewards.

Advantage US Vets Help to Transition Unemployed Veterans.
With Pride and Respect.

2 January 2013


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