August 3, 2022

Yesterday, the U.S. Senate passed the Honoring our PACT Act. This groundbreaking legislation ensures that millions of veterans exposed to toxic burn pits during their service will receive the critical care and benefits they need. Earlier this week, Code of Support Foundation (COSF) teamed up with other veteran service organizations in a joint letter calling upon the Senate to take action on behalf of millions of veterans in need of this care.  

“The PACT act ensures our nation’s heroes receive the care they need, and represents a huge win for military and veteran families.  We are proud to have been a part of this bi-partisan effort, and will continue our efforts to support veterans impacted by toxic exposure,” said COSF Co-Founder and CEO, Kristina Kaufmann.

COSF proudly serves veterans and military families in need and, in recent years, has served more families impacted by exposure to toxic burn pits during their service. Last year, one such story was featured at COSF’s annual Toast to Our Troops awards gala. Amy Antioho, widow of CPT Peter Antioho, shared the tragic impact that toxic exposure had on her family. Below, you can hear and share Amy’s story: 

Listen to Amy’s Story

COSF stands with all veteran families who carry the wounds of war back home – it is our mission to ensure they receive the benefits they have earned through their service and sacrifice. 

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