Paralyzed Veterans of America is fighting to make air travel safe and accessible for our nation’s disabled Veterans and all people with disabilities, but they need your support!
In this public service campaign, PVA is joined by leading disability rights influencers to raise awareness that it is “#JustPlaneWrong” that air travel is still inaccessible. See how PVA is advocating for change and has created an incredible movement sweeping the country.
Join PVA by airing “#JustPlaneWrong” on your network and raise awareness for this important issue. Our nation’s heroes and all people with disabilities deserve access to safe and humane air travel now.
Three different Veterans, three different stories of tragedy, perseverance and support from Paralyzed Veterans of America.
Join award winning actor, director and producer William Shatner as he shares the stories of Troy, Al and John in a new PSA called By Their Side. Each share the tangible ways PVA has stood by their side helping them to regain the freedom and independence they fought for while in uniform.
Air By Their Side today. When you do, you are helping Veterans with spinal cord injury and dysfunction in your community receive specialized medical care and treatments, the benefits they’ve earned, the jobs they want, and the accessible vehicles and homes they need through PVA.
Are you All In to help Veterans in your community hear of the great work PVA does on behalf of our Nation’s heroes? Place UnstoppABLE creative and help us raise awareness on the UnstoppABLE lives of our Nations’ Veterans.
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Paralyzed Veterans of America is a congressionally chartered, 501(c)(3) veterans service organization. Founded in 1946, PVA has developed unique expertise in a wide variety of issues involving the special needs of veterans of the armed forces who have experienced spinal cord injury or dysfunction. Programs, services and advocacy are focused on quality health care, support for medical research and education, advocacy for veteran benefits and civil rights for all people with disabilities to maximize their independence.
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