Yes. Raising awareness is critical so that paralyzed veterans and their family members who need help know where they can turn. In addition, it is important to educate the public about the unique needs of paralyzed veterans. Paralyzed Veterans' outreach initiatives are designed to educate society about the free programs available to severely injured and disabled veterans, in order to encourage the public to refer veterans to the organization, and spread awareness of the issues facing veterans and their families. Paralyzed Veterans performs this outreach in a variety of ways that enable supporters to engage in the way they most value. Whether that is through print, radio or television outreach, Paralyzed Veterans does so in complete accordance with IRS and accounting principles established by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Paralyzed Veterans is top-rated by Great Nonprofits and holds the highest rating with GuideStar, the premier non-profit evaluator, as a platinum-level non-profit organization.