High-Need items for the Landstuhl US Regional Medical Center

Dear Fellow Democrats,

Picture1.png A Chaplain has updated us on the situation at the US Military Hospital in Landstuhl, Germany. As many of you already know, Democrats Abroad has been actively supporting the wounded warriors program since 2006 https://www.democratsabroad.org/wounded_warriors.

 

Service members evacuated to the hospital come with very little, a small backpack at most and of course their uniform and boots, so they rely on the Chaplain’s Closet for clothes. Besides sending a card, letter or even chocolates to comfort and cheer up the caregivers and patients, here is the latest list of items needed:

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High need items*:

Crocs & sneakers size 9-12, sweatpants (no string) for medical reasons

Light summer sweatpants (all sizes), run T-shirts

“Please do not sent 2 XL or 3 XL sizes”!!!

 

TOP REQUESTED ITEMS

  • Military Duffle bags medium/large / Black Duffle bags (no logos)
  • Unisex sweatshirts/hoodies (medium/large, X-large), (no logos)
  • 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), (no logos, no white)
  • Crocs, size 9-12 / Sneakers, 9-12
  • Baseball caps

 

Postal address:

Landstuhl Regional Medical Center
ATTN: Chaplains office
Kirchberg Geb. 3765
Landstuhl, 66849 Germany

Thanks for caring, We know how much they appreciate this,

Anna Marie Mattson and Jim Moss on behalf of
Democrats Abroad Global Veterans and Military Families Caucus
veteranscaucus@democratsabroad.org

 

The Chaplain’s Clothes Closet (CCC) at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center (LRMC) started in October 2001 at the onset of Operation Enduring Freedom.  The CCC provides a variety of new essential clothing and comfort items for our deployed U.S. Service Members, DOD employees, coalition partners, and US contractors as they are evacuated to LRMC for treatment.  Since the Chaplain’s Closet is a non-funded humanitarian entity within the Department of Defense, we rely on the generous donations of fellow Americans and others.  We truly appreciate the efforts of each and every person willing to share “hugs from home” and words of encouragement with those who have given so much.