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RedBalloon and Semper Grati Project Team Up to Help Veterans Find Pro-Freedom Jobs

“This is especially important as we read about some of the woke policies being forced on America’s armed service members,” RedBalloon CEO Andrew Crapuchettes.

(Moscow, Idaho) - announced today their new partnership with the Semper Grati Project to help place military Veterans with good companies that will value their accomplishments, and not try to indoctrinate them with DEI policies.

Semper Grati joins a growing list of RedBalloon partners announced this year, including Public Sq., Hollywood 4 Freedom, Children’s Health Defense, National Religious Broadcasters, Moms for America, Christian Employer Alliance, and TurleyTalks, among many others.

“This is especially important as we read about some of the woke policies being forced on America’s armed service members,” said RedBalloon CEO Andrew Crapuchettes. “As veterans choose retirement to escape these divisive policies, we are working hard to help them find meaningful work with exceptional employers who will help them build good careers.”

“RedBalloon is helping us tackle some of the shortfalls that the 501c3 community has had when trying to help place veterans in civilian roles,” said Christian Irvine, President of Semper Grati. “We are in good hands with RedBalloon and can confidently recommend our former service members to apply to jobs through their platform.”

“It is an honor to team up with the Semper Grati Project and a small way to say ‘thank you’ for their service and the sacrifices they made to protect our freedoms.” added Andrew Crapuchettes.

Founded In 2021, RedBalloon has quickly become America’s largest connector of employers and employees who prioritize a positive workplace culture free from the divisiveness of cancel-culture mandates. RedBalloon CEO Andrew Crapuchettes is a longtime business leader, entrepreneur, and innovator who has founded several successful tech companies and is widely considered a global pioneer in the development and use of labor market data analytics – an industry he helped found over 20 years ago.

Founded in Tennessee by Veterans and like-minded supporters, Semper Grati Project operates through a strong Board of Directors, ensuring SGP tackles front-line efforts to facilitate the most impactful and immediate change a Veteran is needing.

Semper Grati Project was granted tax-exempt status by the Internal Revenue Service functioning as a charity under 501c3 of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations to the organization are deductible as charitable contributions. The SGP Federal I.D. number for donations is 92-0487938. For information please contact us directly.


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