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Having a comfortable home, sleeping well at night, waking up in our comfortable beds in the morning, and enjoying meals with our loved ones is a wonderful thing.

Despite the fact that many people may not consider this a luxury, military personnel consider it to be far more than that. The courage of these individuals is what drives them every day. They remain resilient and determined to provide a safe haven for those who take liberties for granted. People are not at risk of war or enemy attacks because their homeland is protected by strong military forces.

Many people would lose their sanity if they experienced even a fraction of what soldiers endure daily. As soon as they close their eyes for sleep, they know they might not wake up the next day. Uncertainties like these are part of their daily lives.

The loss of a fellow soldier, imprisonment in a foreign land, getting lost in deep forests, close encounters with death, and witnessing the horrors of war are some of the most common reasons why military veterans return home physically, emotionally, and mentally damaged. A lasting impression is left on them by their time on duty. After serving in the military, few people are able to return to civilian life, while others suffer for the rest of their lives. There are many veterans who believe taking their own lives is the only way to cure their pain because they are too broken to be repaired.

We should welcome military veterans as heroes after they have finished their service or retired. After serving their country for decades, they need support. The Bailey brothers, who run Classics for a Cause, a fundraising platform based in Australia, have devised a different approach to improving the lives of veterans.

It is impossible to overstate how important it is for veterans to take care of their health. Untreated mental illness can lead to suicidal thoughts, especially if left untreated. Our mission at Classics For a Cause is to provide quality healthcare and health information to veterans.


A veteran can raise money and win a classic car through Classics For a Cause. The Bailey brothers, who love classic cars, decided to use their love of classic cars to help those in need, especially veterans who have served their country. By using the platform, you can win a classic car every month. A portion of the profits from this platform are donated to charity in addition to offering discounts on car maintenance and restoration.

Using this innovative fundraising approach, these brothers are able to channel their love for classics in the right direction. In contrast to other mainstream veteran organizations, this platform allows participants to do what they love while contributing to the betterment of the world. Heroes on the Homefront (HOTH), The Survive to Thrive Program, PTSD Dogs Australia, and Young Veterans are among the charities supported by the platform.


Over $1 million has been donated by Classics For Cause in its first ten months, a significant achievement for the company. After a year of operations, Tom Bailey, co-founder and CEO, said, “We knew we had hit on something and would make a huge impact.” Tom and Edward have big plans for this platform. When asked about the future of Classics, Tom stated, “we hope to donate over 10million dollars to veteran charities and continue to help thousands of veterans every month with all their health needs. To give away over 40 classic cars a year back to our supporters.” He added, “we want to open five veteran super clinics in the Southeast Queensland area and help more veterans with their healthcare needs on a face-to-face basis. Build 10 more veteran medical vans and service veterans in rural and remote areas. Pattern and build 4 veteran hospitals to service veterans with higher clinical needs with inpatient and outpatient programs.”

Aside from giving away more cars than any other company, Classics also donates to charities more often. To ensure the charities are helping Aussie veterans as effectively as possible, Classics works directly with them. There is no doubt that Classics For a Cause revolutionizes fundraising, reducing veteran suicides in the country.

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