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Robert J. Cottle Returning Heroes Veterans Fund
Since the events of 9/11, over a million U.S. service members have been deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan in the war against terrorism. Currently the U.S. has nearly 140,000 troops still deployed. The DOD estimates that 360,000 returning service members suffer from Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) and over 31,000 have sustained other serious injurie s. In addition to these injuries many will suffer with anger management, depression, and substance abuse issues. Cops 4 Causes is committed to ensuring that services our fighting men and women need will be available when they return.
Click the button above to donate to the Returning Heroes Veterans Fund — and help provide mental health, rehabilitation and support services for injured, disabled, and afflicted veterans.
Cops 4 Causes Returning Hero’s Veterans Fund is our campaign aimed at raising funds and awareness for programs supporting our returning Veterans. The funds raised will support mental health, rehabilitation and support services for injured, disabled, and afflicted Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans. While we await the return of our military members, Cops 4 Causes members are working with schools throughout Southern California to promote youth supported letter-writing campaigns in support of our troops.
Robert J. Cottle
Please join with us to support our efforts to support our troops. Show your support by giving to the Cops 4 Causes Returning Hero’s Veterans Fund.
This fund is named for Robert J. Cottle, an LAPD SWAT officer and a Sergeant Major with the United States Marine Corps who was killed in early 2010 while supporting combat operations in Afghanistan.
Police Officer Cottle is the first LAPD officer to be killed in the Iraq/Afghanistan wars.