If you’ve been to one of our shows, you know the honor and respect we have for our nation’s heroes… the men and women who give their lives so we don’t have to sacrifice all the things we love.
So, to kick-off Fourth of July weekend, we invite you and your family to “4th with the Family” LIVE on Facebook, featuring an an acoustic performance from Zac Brown Band. Gain access to a VIP pre-show you won’t want to miss by making a donation of $100 or more by July 2nd… all to support the mental health and wellbeing of our veterans through Camp Southern Ground.
The United States has lost more warriors following 9/11 to suicide at home than on the battlefield. Veteran suicide is a leading risk factor for social isolation. After this long season of social distancing and isolation for everyone, our veterans need us to honor their sacrifice by supporting their holistic health upon their return home.
Because we love music, we love to spread love, and we love our nation’s heroes, this event is FREE.
Coming together as a nation, community, and family is more important than ever. We hope you and your family will be there!
See you soon! And don’t forget to invite your family and friends. To honor the service and sacrifice of our veterans, support veteran mental health and wellbeing by donating at campsouthernground.org/veterans.
ABOUT 4TH WITH THE FAMILY
“4th with the Family” is a free, live-streamed event made possible by presenting sponsor EarthLink and generous sponsors Lovesac and Johnny Mac Soldiers Fund. Streaming partner LiveXLive will power wide distribution the show across its own site, apps and social channels as well as Zac Brown Band’s YouTube and Facebook. All donations will support veteran programming at Camp Southern Ground, founded by Zac Brown.
ABOUT CAMP SOUTHERN GROUND
Camp Southern Ground is on a mission to grow more good into the world by helping kids and veterans recognize and magnify the unique gifts within themselves.
“One of the ways we are more than a camp is by helping people that we owe a debt to, our veterans, to find their way emotionally and within their family upon their return home.”
— Zac Brown, founder of Camp Southern Ground