Can a Coin Say “Thank You”? Apparently So

Image courtesy of GratefulAmericanCoin.org

Image courtesy of GratefulAmericanCoin.org

Looking for a way to show your appreciation to the men and women who protect our freedom at home and abroad?

The Grateful American Coin nonprofit, based out of Florida, seeks to say “thank you” to veterans. The organization does this by giving special commemorative coins to service men and women. The coins cost $7 dollars apiece and the proceeds go to the Special Operations Warriors Foundation and Paws for Patriots.

These coins simply say, “Thank you for your service from a grateful America.” Purchasing and giving the coin away is a small gesture that can have a big impact.

The organization was actually started by one family, the Bensons. If you’d like to learn more about how the Grateful American Coin nonprofit began, read more.

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