This concert will honor veterans and include some exciting musical performances. Jesse Palmer is doing his bit to show support for veterans.
Former The Bachelor star Jesse Palmer is hosting a Wounded Warrior Project concert on Wednesday, November 11, to honor Veterans Day. The stars of this virtual concert will show support for soldiers and allow people at home to do the same, without needing to risk their health during the coronavirus pandemic. It will also give the Wounded Warrior Project the chance to spread awareness about the needs of veterans. Despite circumstances that necessitate virtual events rather than physical ones, the concert’s organizers are committed to commemorating soldiers.
Palmer is a former quarterback who was the leading man in The Bachelor season five. He won fame (and infamy) by mistakenly calling one of the contestants “Katie” when her name was Karen. To add insult to injury, he and the winner Jessica Bowlin separated after a few months. Currently, Jesse Palmer is a football analyst for ESPN, as well as the host of Holiday Baking Championship on the Food Network, Palmer has met many service members and he wants to honor them. The Wounded Warrior Project, founded in 2003 to assist post-9/11 soldiers, is spearheading the event via a partnership with USAA.
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According to Connecting Vets, the event will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 11 at 11:30 a.m. EST/ 10:30 CST / 8:30 PST, on the nonprofit’s Facebook page and YouTube channel. In addition to Palmer, singer Sara Evans will perform virtually, as will the a capella group, Straight No Chaser. Veterans will tell their stories and the show will feature reunions. Viewers are invited to tell their own stories about veterans and soldiers on active duty, from their experiences abroad or in their home countries.
In this case, the Wounded Warrior Project has worked hard to find an alternative to a conventional music concert. Anyone who supports the event can share the link to it on social media and also attend. The organization also accepts donations. These contributions are used to empower veterans, by helping them with employment needs and providing other types of support. The Wounded Warrior Project was founded back in 2003, and it’s a nonprofit with an inspiring and important purpose.
This Veterans Day, everyone should take time to pay tribute to soldiers. Thanks to the pandemic, normal parades and concerts have been canceled. However, the Wounded Warrior Project has made sure that people can show their support for veterans without putting themselves at risk.
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Source: Connecting Vets
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