The Postal Service’s newest stamp raises money for veterans with PTSD

The new Healing PTSD stamp. (USPS) The U.S. Postal Service has unveiled a new charity stamp that raises money for military veterans living with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).  The new stamp features an illustration of a green plant growing out of pile of leaves and the phrase “Healing PTSD.” Advertisement— U.S. Postal Service (@USPS) December 2, 2019  “The Postal Service is honored to issue this semipostal stamp as a powerful symbol of the healing process, growth and hope for tens of millions of Americans who experience PTSD,” David C. Williams, vice chairman, Board of Governors of USPS, said in a statement. At a dedication ceremony for the new stamp, Williams reiterated that with the stamp, “the nation renews its commitment to raise funds to help treat soldiers, veterans, first responders, health care providers and other individuals dealing with this condition.”  The stamp is being sold for 65 cents. Proceeds, cost minus First Class mail rate, will be donated to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.  The Healing PTSD stamp is only the second in the history of the program. The USPS previously issued an Alzheimer’s research stamp in November 2017. Advertisement Latest U.S. Return Home ‘They’ is Merriam-Webster dictionary’s 2019 word of the year as it’s increasingly used as a nonbinary… The Postal Service’s newest stamp raises money for veterans with PTSD

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