Guberman For Veterans

Guberman Supports Veterans

As co-founder of the first Quality Certification Program for Veteran-Owned Businesses (VOB 9009), Guberman understands the importance of supporting our Veterans. Daryl is often contacted by veterans in need of assistance in the business community, and he extends that support to any Veteran who contacts him for support, advice, or for any other reason, whether it’s a business issue or personal matter. Moreover, Daryl offers his assistance to not only veterans in Connecticut, but also across the country. He is that committed to making sure our veterans are honored with the respect, care, and dignity they deserve. Daryl’s motto is, “Our veterans served us, and now it’s our turn to salute them.”

More Than Talk

As the CEO of Guberman-PMC, Daryl has a proven record of assisting and supporting veterans in business, veteran charities, and helping retired veterans get the care and support they earned. As President of G-PMC, LLC, one of the country’s leading certification bodies, Daryl insisted its advisory board (American Board of Accredited Certifications) consisted primarily of military veterans.

Volunteers & Advisors

The Daryl Guberman For Senate campaign welcomes volunteers and advisors committed to helping military veterans in Connecticut and across the country. Guberman’s campaign is committed to ensuring veterans are not forgotten, and as your Senator Daryl will take that fight to Washington. We welcome short and long-terms volunteers from all walks of life to join us in our effort to help veterans in all kinds of situations they face. Volunteers will be introduced to organization supporting veterans endorsed by our campaign.

Ways You Can Help Veterans

There are many ways you can help the men and women that served our country. They have risked their life for us, and they deserve to be respected and honored. Volunteers can deliver a meal or care packages; visit a wounded veteran at the hospital; donate to trusted charities approved by our campaign; offer your trade skills such as home repair to a veteran or military family; volunteer your financial, legal, or other professional expertise; offer a vet a ride; repair a vets vehicle; or simply call a veteran in your neighborhood to simply say ‘Thanks you.’

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