War veterans find new meaning in civilian life by responding to disasters

When soldier Geoff Evans was serving in Afghanistan in 2010, a roadside bomb exploded underneath him. His spine was crushed and he had a brain injury so severe, he couldn’t write his own name.

While in recovery, the former Australian Army Lieutenant met a homeless veteran. The encounter led to his decision to start a charity to support veterans who were living rough.

But he didn’t stop there.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. Crackles says:

    It’s great to see guys like this helping out where the RSL is failing. Besides them organising Anzac Day ceremonies, I don’t see the RSL as doing much else.

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