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    Pastor Joel Osteen Joins Senator Elizabeth Dole at Hidden Heroes: Focus on Faith Reception to Inspire Bipartisan, Interfaith Cooperation

    Pastor Joel Osteen and Senator Elizabeth Dole at the Hidden Heroes: Focus on Faith prayer breakfast reception on Capitol Hill on May 21. Pastor Joel Osteen invited interfaith and Congressional leaders to join him in his support of military and veteran caregivers during the Elizabeth Dole Foundation 2015 Hidden Heroes: Focus on Faith breakfast reception, held on May 21 in the Kennedy Caucus Room of the Russell Senate Office Building, in Washington, DC. The event included remarks from Members

  • The 2015 Hidden Heroes Coalition Summit: Progress and Promise Produced Focused Initiatives and Overwhelming Support for Military and Veteran Caregivers

    First Lady Michelle Obama pledges her support to America’s military and veteran caregivers at the Elizabeth Dole Foundation’s Hidden Heroes Coalition Summit, May 20, Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, Washington, DC. Photo credit: Lynn Dykstra, Focused Images. The Elizabeth Dole Foundation hosted the 2015 Hidden Heroes Coalition Summit: Progress and Promise on May 20 at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, in Washington, DC. The event featured

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    First Lady Michelle Obama Joins the Elizabeth Dole Foundation at the 2015 Hidden Heroes Coalition Summit: Progress and Promise

    After helping launch the National Coalition one year ago, the First Lady will join the Foundation, along with leaders from the Department of Veterans Affairs, Congress, corporations, nonprofits, faith communities, and military and veteran caregivers to reflect on successes and look to the future   Washington, D.C. — First Lady Michelle Obama, Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert A. McDonald, Tom Hanks, and Pastor Joel Osteen will all play a part in a special week devoted to military and veteran

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    Vietnam #HiddenHeroes

    Today marks 40 years since the end of the Vietnam War. Since the beginning of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, Vietnam War veterans have provided support, advice and guidance to this new generation of warriors. These generational bonds have also formed between the loved ones caring for the wounded, ill, and injured of these wars. What follows is a Q&A between two Elizabeth Dole Fellows. The questions are posed by Emery Popoloski who cares for her husband, a veteran of the post-9/11 era. The

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