June 21, 2018 – Worthy Grand Procurator, Justin Hansen represents Kappa Sigma at a recent Veteran Success Resource Group event held in New York City, to present a ceremonial check in the amount of $50,000 to VSRG founders Scott Davidson and Brother Justin Constantine. This check is to symbolize our donation to the organization, thanks to the hard work by our undergraduates and made through our Military Heroes Campaign.

VSRG understands the unique needs of Veterans and their Families. They also know the trials and triumphs of transitioning successfully from military to civilian careers and lives. VSRG wants their fellow Service Members to benefit from the relationships they’ve built and the resources they continue to discover.
Brother Justin Constantine is a 1990 initiate of the Lambda-Sigma Chapter at James Madison University. Brother Constantine was the 23rd recipient of the Kappa Sigma Golden Heart Award and was the keynote speaker at the 2014 West Leadership Conference.
Brother Constantine is a former Marine and attorney and is now an inspirational speaker and leadership consultant. He advises the corporate community on military issues and sustaining employee peak performance. He survived a gunshot wound to the head while serving in Iraq.
Justin retired from the Marine Corps with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. He now serves on the board of directors of the Wounded Warrior Project and several other national nonprofit organizations. He is also a senior advisor at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, where he leads a team focused on employment opportunities for wounded veterans and their caregivers.
Pictured is WGP, Justin Hansen, DGM for Oregon and the Pacific Northwest, Tyler Miller, along with VSRG Founders Scott Davidson and Justin Constantine.
Since 2007, the Kappa Sigma Military Heroes Campaign has raised over $1,000,000 to aid our veterans across North America. The Military Heroes Campaign is an initiative that consists of organizations focused on providing care for veterans and their families.
The Military Heroes Campaign is primarily funded through donations and philanthropic fundraising from local Kappa Sigma Fraternity undergraduate chapters. We also accept direct donations from the public in support of the campaign and chapter efforts. Through these gifts, our organization continues to provide the support needed to make the lives of veterans and their families better.