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Ice-T, Kid Rock, Stevie Nicks, and others work to house 57,000 homeless vets

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Over a dozen celebrities and Cumulus Media have come together to help the innovative, Ohio-based Veterans Matter program kick off a campaign on Memorial Day to help house as many of the 57,000 homeless veterans as possible, as soon as possible.

"Thousands of veterans are homeless and living on the streets of our nation tonight. Streets where they are being beaten, robbed, even killed. Let's take care of our own," says Ice-T of the Veterans Matter campaign to house veterans.

The program's growing roster of support includes:
•Darius Rucker
•Darryl Worley
•Dusty Hill
•Emerson Drive
•Heart
•Ice-T
•Jennifer Nettles
•John Fogerty
•John Mellencamp
•Kid Rock
•Kix Brooks
•Mitch Albom
•Natalie Stovall+The Drive
•Stevie Nicks

Each has voiced public services announcements now airing on Cumulus Media properties nationwide urging all Americans to help our nation's homeless veterans get housed.

Text "VETS" to 41444 and click through to donate any amount on their credit card.

Or donate online at the organizations website, veteransmatter.org

Please join Ice-T and many others in celebrating Memorial Day by helping to get one more homeless veteran off the streets and out of the shelters, and into a home of their own.

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