An Unforgettable Night with The Boss: Bruce Springsteen Supports Public Counsel

It was an electrifying night at the Kia Forum this past Thursday as Public Counsel has the honor of being the featured nonprofit for Bruce Springsteen’s L.A. shows. Over a dozen of our dedicated staff and volunteers were present, shining a spotlight on Public Counsel’s critical advocacy and services in support of veterans and their families.

The evening was filled with memorable moments, but the highlight was when The Boss himself gave a tremendous shoutout to Public Counsel, acknowledging our efforts and bringing attention to our cause. It was a powerful reminder of the impact that can be made when music and advocacy come together.

Public Counsel staff at the Kia Forum representing our Center for Veterans’ Advancement.

The excitement doesn’t end there, as we will be back for the second of Bruce’s L.A. concerts on Sunday night, once again representing Public Counsel’s Center for Veterans’ Advancement and collecting donations. For those attending the show, we encourage you to find our team and show your support. If you won’t be at the show, you can still make a difference by contributing using the link below.

Every donation collected goes directly towards Public Counsel’s Center for Veterans’ Advancement, a national leader in veterans’ advocacy. With the support of fans and our broader community, we can continue our vital work providing pro bono legal representation to veterans and their families.

The Boss gave Public Counsel a shoutout—check it out here.

We are deeply grateful to Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band for selecting Public Counsel as their featured nonprofit partner! This incredible opportunity is helping to raise awareness for our work and strengthen our life-saving efforts to support those who have served our country.

Thank you to everyone who has supported us in this endeavor. Together, we can make sure veterans receive the recognition, support, and legal assistance they deserve, ensuring a lasting impact for years to come.

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