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SOURCE Military Justice League
DALLAS, Feb. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Military Justice League (MJL) donated a total of $9,000 to several different charities from Bonnie-Jill Laflin's Celebrity 5K Fun Run. The MJL donated $4,000 to 'Hounds and Heroes' www.houndsandheroes.com, $4,000 to 'Families of WWII Veterans' www.familiesww2veterans.org, and $1,000 to the Vintage Flying Museum www.vintageflyingmuseum.org. The Military Justice League donated over $12,500 to different military charities through the U.S. in 2013, and plans to donate even more in 2014.
If you would like to support the Military Justice League and help the military charities it works with, please consider joining today at www.mjlheroes.com. Membership into the Military Justice League is open to anyone who supports the United States military men and women. Whether you are just a true patriot or an Active Duty or Reserve Military, or all Veterans who served in the Armed Forces along with members of their immediate families, you can become a Military Justice League Member. The cost of membership per month is only $6.99 and because of MJL's current membership the MJL has been able to donate several thousands of dollars back to several military charities in 2012 and 2013 thus far.
As a member of the Military Justice League, you will see that MJL gives back by providing a variety of money-saving opportunities through MJL's 'Superhero Discounts'. As a member you will receive discounts online and at more than 300,000 retail locations nationally, saving an estimated total of $1,200 to $1,500 a year. Military Justice League has teamed up with corporations, celebrities, professional athletes and military charities to make a true difference within the military community.
"Support our military and their families by joining the Military Justice League. This organization has done a great job in raising funds and benefiting those who served our country," said Chuckie, Director of the Vintage Flight Museum.
About the Military Justice League - Created by Timothy Klund-"TK" a United States Air Force Veteran and Larry Johnson a United States Marine Corps Veteran, the Military Justice League is a unique and fun organization that gives back to its members. Join the Military Justice League and help make a difference.
The membership funds military charities in two ways;
1) Direct donations to military charities, and
2) By sponsoring MJL celebrity VIP events for military charity partners across the U.S. To learn more about the Military Justice League or to join today, please visit www.mjlheroes.com.
Contact: Timothy Klund
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