Soldier, Be My Valentine - Military and Veterans Caucus

Soldier, Be my ValentineVolunteers needed to make customized Valentine cards! Children and the Young-at-Heart Welcome!

SUPPORT OUR WOUNDED WARRIORS recovering at the Landstuhl Military Hospital in Germany

Come join us for a pleasant, peaceful morning of arts and crafts. We provide materials to make cards but you may bring your favorites as well.  We will also prepare “goody packages” with cookies, healthy snacks and CHOCOLATE if you would like to bring some.

Needed items for the Chaplains's Closet (no logos) : Military Duffle bags small/large , Black Duffle bags, Unisex sweatshirts/hoodies (medium/large, X-large), Unisex sweatpants (small/medium/large), Polyester shorts/briefs (all sizes), Run T-shirts/ sportswear* (all sizes), Comfortable light T-shirts (all sizes) T-Shirts color, (small/medium/large), , Keurig coffee pods, DARK roast (K-cup), Crocs, size 9-12/ Sneakers, 9-12  Baseball caps,  Scarfs, Winter Jackets, beanies, gloves

High need items*: Crocs & sneakers size 11 & 12, sweatpants (no string for medical reasons), winter jackets & scarfs,  urgent: zipped hoodies with fleece XL These donations will be hand-delivered to caregivers, wounded, ill and injured military service members at the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany, the largest American military hospital outside the USA. All wounded military from downrange stop here to be stabilized before their road to recovery stateside.  U.S. and Coalition military continue to train local security forces in Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq. 

If you make it to Landstuhl, you’re good to go.   It was an article of faith among the Marine infantrymen in Iraq that if the corpsman plugged up the hole to keep you from bleeding out...and the Air Force got you all the way to the Army hospital in Landstuhl, Germany, then you’d live...    and you’d eventually get home. 

Michael M. Phillips --The Gift of Valor





February 08, 2020 at 2:30pm - 4pm Paris Time
American Church in Paris
65 Quai d'Orsay
Paris 75007
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Anna-Marie Mattson ·

Will you come?