Over 1.8 million women have served in the U.S. Armed Forces, and over 255,000 women have deployed to Iraq or Afghanistan. Today, on Veterans Day, Service Women’s Action Network celebrates their service to our nation. Each story represents a woman’s unique experience. Please listen and share with others. Keep visiting the site – these are the first of many stories we will be sharing.
The accomplishments and experiences of service women and women veterans often go untold. You can help to change that – elevate the voices of women who have served by sharing these stories with the world. If you’re interested in contributing your story to the digital library, contact Communications Director Katy Otto at email@example.com.
By donating to SWAN, you can directly help military women! Your donations will support SWAN’s Legal and Peer Support Helpline, key legislative reform, groundbreaking litigation, and pressing public education about the issues service women face today. To honor women who serve, please make a donation today.
SWAN was established in 2007 to provide women veterans with the resources and community support to heal their wounds and readjust to civilian society. SWAN has since become a groundbreaking 501(c)(3) human rights organization providing national policy advocacy and direct services to servicewomen and women veterans.