7TH ANNUAL VETERANS AWARDS | VETTYS
CHAPTER II: UNEXPECTED VOICES : SUICIDE PREVENTION
JANUARY 22, 2022 | LAS VEGAS
ABOUT THE VETTYS
The Veterans Awards, also known as the Vettys, is an annual award ceremony presented by the Academy of United States Veterans. The awards honor members of the veteran community in the United States in various categories. The 7th Annual Veterans Awards will be the second chapter of our mental health epidemic campaign that surrounds many of our military and civilian families.
Veterans of all nation's biggest night out, the VETTYS is also the biggest public service celebration in the community. The central attraction of the awards is undeniably the display of nonprofit organizations with boots on the ground working in various aspects of the military community.
The 7th Annual Veterans Awards will serve as an advocacy and awareness platform for an issue that impacts the lives of many individuals around the globe.
As we take note of the past shortcomings as a community and look to the future, we must make it our essential duty to plant seeds of change. It is our fundamental responsibility to embrace the power that comes from knowing the truth. That it is the failed system of public health across the globe that often leads to suicide. Together, we will change the conversation. Together, we will save the world one life at a time.
CHANGING THE WAY THE WORLD VIEWS MENTAL HEALTH
January 20, 2019
Casey Affleck Presents Mental Health Vetty®
“We are delighted to have multiple talents from the entertainment industry joining us in honoring our veterans on this remarkable Vettys® nigh. Casey’s attendance is truly one for the books, and we couldn’t be more grateful”
November 11, 2015
Actress Kate Walsh Presents 1st Vettys®
“There are so many hard working men and women who do everything they can and risk their lives. Some of them lose their lives. I do anything I can to bring attention to the needs of our men and women when they come home and assimilate back into society”
January 21, 2019
Actress Shohreh Aghdashloo Returns to the Vettys®
“The Vetty Awards honor individuals and organizations who have demonstrated relentless dedication and selfless service to the veteran community and their families, a cause that is near and dear to my heart ”
Influential members of the global community will join us at the Annual Veterans Awards from all over the country and the globe to celebrate public service at its best within the military community and areas in which the impact of public service saves lives and ensures a sustainability of community health.
The VETTYS are held annually. The 7th Annual Veterans Awards is to be held on January 22, 2022 in Las Vegas.
More than 200 feet of red carpet will be rolled out for our nominees, presenters and guests. The community will step out in their finest to represent the best of America. While the red carpet will be red, the color of the night will be diversity. Both ladies and gentlemen alike will dazzle us in bold colors as they walk the carpet.
The presentation of the Annual Veterans Awards is often scheduled for 90 minutes. All nominated categories will be presented for their tireless work in public service. The winner of each category will be announced the night of the Vettys. The program will consist of speeches and entertainment in celebration of diversity and the unity of our global forces.
Vetty Ball is the official after party of the Annual Veterans Awards. The event will host nominees, winner & stars immediately after the presentation of the Vettys. The exclusive ball will feature a champagne dinner designed in the spirit of community unity.
ABOUT THE VETTYS
The Veterans Awards was founded in 2015 to create a platform for veteran service organizations to be recognized for their tireless work within the veteran space. The event is also a tool to bridge the divides between the veterans community and other powerful communities globally.
All members of the media are required to submit media credential requests . Approved members of the media may gain access to the red carpet arrivals, ceremony, Vettys ball and backstage. Media credentials and outlet approvals are required prior to the ceremony in order for the members of the press to gain access to the red carpet and the presentation of the Annual Veterans Awards.