The United States Postal Service has unveiled a “Healing PTSD” stamp to raise money for the United States Department of Veterans Affairs for the National Center for PTSD.
The stamp is semi-postal, meaning it was designed to fund a cause of public interest.
The stamps will be sold for 65 cents, 10 cents more than a standard stamp. They went on sale in post offices nationwide on Dec. 2 and are also available online.
According to Military.com, the Healing PTSD stamp is the third military themed stamp from the USPS. The first was one supporting military dogs which was issued on Aug. 1, 2019 and the other was a Purple Heart Forever stamp issued on Oct. 4. Neither of those were part of a fundraiser.