Haven’t you ever thought what would it be like to be a billionaire? Well podnuh’, stop thinking because today, starting right now you can join the Billionaires Club.

It’s easy and let me show you how. Step up to the nearest mirror; put a smile on your face; raise your right arm and repeat after me: “ I, (your name) am an American citizen and I solemnly swear to voluntarily add two cents to my total retail purchases to BACK-OUR-VETS.”

Congratulations! You are now a proud member of the Billionaires Club and by so doing what you have pledged and promised your repetitive 2 cent donations, combined with your fellow members across America, will total more than $1B annually with every penny going to the non-profit charity organizations that daily serve those military men and women that have courageously served this nation we all cherish and love.

Figures don’t lie. Here is how the money grows 2 cents at a time. It all adds up, so please follow this simple COMMON CENTS arithmetic.

The average cashier in a supermarket will do over 1,000 transactions in a day. Assume each shopper voluntarily added 2 cents on top of their total bill that is $20 daily. Over 350 days in the year this $20 has grown into $7,000. With 150,000 cashiers throughout the U.S.A. participating YOU just helped raise $1,050,000,000.

Good for you and every Billionaires Club member. It’s better to give than receive especially when you know that your pennies are going to reduce and solve the problems of many of the needy troops, veterans and their families that are struggling.

I promise you won’t miss those pennies no matter how often you give at the grocery store, the gas pump, in the department store, grabbing some fast food or sitting at a bar.

Sounds too easy? Or too difficult?

There are over 30,000 supermarkets and thousands more grocery stores that represent of over one-third of our Gross National Products. If they each average five cashiers per store we reach our goal of 150,000 cashier collection points.

Smoke dream, Earl? Not really. Not when I think of the thousands upon thousands of retail operations that the numbers will amaze you. I can almost bet that you didn’t know that Subway operates 40,8555 restaurants in 105 countries, Auto Zone has over 5,000 USA locations, CVS operates 7,600 pharmacies, Staples has 2,000 locations and Starbucks alone has 11,000 stores. This limited number of chains probably represent over 50,000 cashiers who if they were participating by collecting the 2 cent contributions they would add another $350,000,000 – $500,000,000 to BACK-OUR-VETS. That’s no small change to sneeze at. Rather we can all say “God Bless.”

Imagine, for example that McDonald’s restaurants has over 34,000 stores worldwide and serves 70 million customers daily. According to their annual report the U.S.A. represents approximately 32% of revenue. Using that figure as a base let’s assume that there are 11,000 McDonald’s in the U.S.A. serving 22,400,000 customers DAILY. If every day each customer added their 2 cents to the meal we would raise $448,000 and over one year this one chain would help raise $156,800,000 to BACK-OUR-VETS. Unbelievable, but certainly possible!

It doesn’t sound easy to you. I get that, but we all started crawling before we learned to walk. Once enough of you join the Billionaires Club and make your loud and clear voices be heard where you shop and buy, then the Gibraltar size retailers will crumble and we will no longer be stumbling on our way to success. In this land of the free we have the right to choose and shop where we know by putting in our two cents it is making sense for the common good of every man and woman who wore a military uniform. Be a hero in your own community and let your voices be heard and America will smile all the way to the bank of good will and good deeds.

I believe your taxes may go down because this money will help relieve the burden of our funding the over-whelmed Veteran Administration as the non-profits which these funds are supporting will be able to lift many of those responsibilities.

Who are the vetted, non-profit top charities, each with a sterling reputation of helping veterans and their families in their times of need? They each have passed muster with charity watchdog groups such as Charity Watch and Charity Navigator by getting the most out of every dollar given on behalf of American heroes.

The American Legion

Organizes commemorative events in volunteer veteran support activities and volunteer assistance at Veterans Administration hospitals and clinics. It lobbies’ on behalf of veterans benefits such as pensions and the Veterans Affairs hospital system.

The Armed Services YMCA

Provides free, specialized programs and support services to military members and their families, with a particular focus on junior-enlisted men and women.

Fisher House Foundation

Donates “comfort homes” built at major military and VA medical centers, to serve as a home away from home for military families visiting a loved one during hospitalization and treatment.

Folds of Honor Foundation

Focused on providing secondary-school scholarships for the children and spouses of Gulf War era service members killed or severely wounded in combat.

Gary Sinise Foundation

Champions the causes of veterans, first responders, their families, and those in need by providing fundraising, financial and organizational support for a broad array of groups including Building for America’s Bravest, The Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation, Snowball Express and Hope For The Warriors

Homes for Our Troops

Assists severely injured veterans and their immediate families by raising donations of money, building materials, and professional labor and coordinating the construction of specialized homes to give wounded warriors maximum freedom and independence.

Hope for the Warriors

Dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for post-9/11 service members, their families, and families of the fallen who have sustained physical and psychological wounds in the line of duty. Services include care, coordination, family support, reintegration services, community outreach, and outdoor adventures.

Injured Marine Super Fi Fund

Offers rapid financial support, family counseling, specialized and adaptive housing, transportation and equipment, and education aid for injured and critically ill post 9/11 members of the U.S. armed forces and their families.

Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund

Originally founded as an aid organization for the widows and orphans of those lost or killed in action, the IFHF has expanded to provide financial aid in the form of “Family Grants” and scholarships for severely wounded veterans and their families.

Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America

An organization of more than 200,000 member veterans and supporters that provides healthcare, employment, education, and community services for Gulf War-era service members.                                                                                      

Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation

Founded 50 years ago the MCSF is the oldest and largest provider of scholarships to children of Marines and Navy Corpsmen, with a focus on those who had a parent killed or wounded in combat.

National Military Family Association

Provides military families with counseling and services to help with uniquely military lifestyle matters of deployment, spouse education, separation, moving, and more.

Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society

Since 1904, the NMCRS has provided need-based financial and educational assistance to Navy service members and their family members and survivors.

The Navy SEAL Foundation

Provides family services, financial support, educational programs, and activities for both active and veteran U.S. Navy SEALS, special warfare combatant-craft crewmen, Naval special warfare support personnel, and their spouses and their children.


Provides emergency financial and other assistance to the families of U.S. service members and wounded warriors.


Financial grants for children of deployed National Guard and military reserve personnel as well as the children of wounded warriors in all branches of services. The money can be used to pay for sports, fine arts, camps, and tutoring programs that nurture and sustain children while a parent is away on assignment or recovering from injury.

Puppies Behind Bars

Teaches prison inmates to care for and train service dogs who are then given free of charge to severely disabled U.S. war veterans to help them with their basic daily activities. To date about 40 service dogs have been paired with wounded warriors as a result of the program, which also serves as a positive form of counseling for the participating inmates in six prisons.

Special Operations Warrior Foundation

Provides scholarships and family counseling to the children of special operations personnel who die in the line of duty, and immediate financial assistance to severely wounded special operations personnel and their families.

The Soldiers Project

A collaborative of professional mental health therapists, psychologists, and psychiatrists who offer free counseling services in a private setting for at-risk veterans and their family members in several metropolitan areas nationwide.


Since 1941, the USO has supported the troops by providing morale, welfare, and recreation-type services to America’s men and women in uniform serving throughout the world.

Veterans of Foreign Wars

Currently has 1.5 million members belonging to 7,644 posts, covering all 50 states, and is the largest American organization of combat veterans. Provides a variety of positive awareness programs including Free Call Days to service members deployed abroad.

Wounded Warrior Project

Dedicated to raising awareness of the plight of injured service members, while directing programs and services to meet their needs. Their motto is: “The greatest casualty is being forgotten.”


By regularly putting in your 2 cents to any and all of these charitable organizations can make a world of difference in the life of a returning war hero or a veteran who has honorably served OUR country. BACK-OUR-VETS serves as the united fund which collects the combined COMMON CENTS and distributes it fairly and equitably among these noted charities to perform their common good. This makes COMMON SENSE to this humble American PATRIOT FOR PATRIOTISM.

There are several other pro-veteran laudable organizations that do noble work and Back-Our-Vets is open to their requests for support, however we will investigate every cause and refuse to support any charlatan individual or group. Don’t expect one cent if you are violating your faith in God and sacred trust for our men and women who deserve a hero’s hug and help from every true-blue American.

Together, all 300+ million U.S.A. citizens can be rich as BILLIONAIRES because within their hearts is a rose which can shine bright with a golden warmth of caring and concern for their fellow brothers and sisters who have each made our lives safer and more secure.

Your 2 cent voluntary daily contributions open-up America’s purse strings to life, liberty and happiness. Let’s do it – you Billionaire member!