With seven family members in the military, Cynthia LeMay is a Mom on a mission.

Her company, Battle Saint, sells bracelets, scarves and other trinkets, in which all of the proceeds go to wounded veterans.

The bracelets features saints relevant to the military.

A contribution from each purchase goes to the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund, which is currently raising money to build nine treatment centers at major military bases around the country.

The purpose of these centers is to extend care currently offered at its National Center for veterans suffering from traumatic brain injury and psychological health conditions.

LeMay was joined on "Fox and Friends" by country music singer Jamie Lee Thurston, whom LeMay has partnered with and who is dedicating proceeds from his new album, Ghosts In His Eyes, to the cause.

"We're trying to get more centers built to help save more men and women," LeMay said.

Watch the interview and hear Thurston's song in the video above.


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