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Veteran Spotlight

Sister Veterans of Greenville/Spartanburg
Sister Veterans of Greenville/Spartanburg was established January 2015 in the Upstate of South Carolina by Dr. Judy Smith and Robyn Grable, both military veterans. The group was established to bring women veterans of all backgrounds together to support one another, fellowship and grow. For many, including myself, this group has been a wonderful resource in transitioning out of the military. 

The transition from military to civilian life is often daunting, lonely and scary to say the least. Military and civilian culture are drastically different. In a society that still focuses on male veterans, it's hard to find programs and help that focus on the needs of women servicemembers. Many women are left lost as they learn who they are without the service. Employment and health are areas that continue to present pitfalls as more women embark on their new lives.
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Sister Veterans is a valuable resource. It's free, friendly and chock full of opportunities.  The grassroots non-profit is connected to various organizations in the area which focus on assisting veterans in VA claims, employment, and more. Many of the members are business women who love to share information and resources. Meetings are more than just complaints about failed benefits and side effects of TBIs and PTSD. Though Sister Veterans is a safe place to share your problems, it is also a place to share your joys and gather courage. 

As I started Butter Angels, Sister Veterans was one of the organizations I went to for assistance. I developed friendships, candid advice and direction. As a result I made a commitment to give back in the form of quarterly donations. Donations assist in operation and administrative costs incurred in maintaining the group. 

November 26th, Small Business Saturday, Butter Angels will double Sister Veterans donation. Join us to assist this great organization. 

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