Patriotism: Veterans Christmas Assistance

 Patriotism:

Veterans Christmas Assistance

Dear Patriot,

vets-christmas-mealsToday I’m writing back with good news: Several hundred wounded warriors will be receiving $60 for meals this Christmas Season thanks to faithful friends like you. So if you’ve already contributed to the Merry Christmas Meals Project, thank you!

If you haven’t had a chance to help yet, please make a tax-deductible Christmas donation right now. And if you already made a contribution, please consider giving again, because we’ve still got a list of desperate military families who need help.

Perhaps you’ll be helping to rescue a military family like the Wikoff’s, whose photo appears here. Army Staff Sgt. Dennis Wikoff’s multiple deployment in Iraq exacerbated his back and shoulder injuries and left him with post-traumatic stress (PTS), depression and anxiety.

“It’s been very hard,” his wife Kristen describes. “We’ve had to go to food banks. We pretty much get [a] cutoff notice every month. We’re kind of sinking and we’re sinking quick.”

vets-christmasStories like that make your heart ache. Fortunately the Wikoff’s (including their three young girls) quickly received emergency financial aid from the Coalition. But many others still need help.

So please make the most generous donation you can right now so we can ensure your gift arrives in time for Christmas.

As you may recall, the Coalition’s Merry Christmas Meals Project surprises our troops and veterans severely disabled in the War on Terror with $60 each to help provide their families with meals during the Christmas Season.

 

Major General John K. Singlaub, Coalition to Salute America’s Heroes

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