Last chance to send a Thanksgiving meal to a disabled military veteran

2016 Thanksgiving
Patriot,

2016 Thanksgiving I wanted to reach out to you one last time to tell you that the deadline for the Coalition’s 2016 Thanksgiving “Thank You” Meals Project is today.

This is your LAST CHANCE to thank a severely disabled military hero by helping to provide their family with meals over Thanksgiving weekend.

Considering all the emergency financial aid requests we’re receiving, I hope you’ll consider making a generous tax-deductible gift today. I just can’t stand the thought of another wounded hero having to resort to a public food pantry to feed their family.

If you’re a procrastinator, that’s OK – we all do that from time to time.

However, this is the last message you’ll receive asking for your help with the Coalition’s 2016 Thanksgiving “Thank You” Meals Project. So please contribute right now.

I don’t want to turn away a single wounded warrior who’s having trouble feeding his or her family this Thanksgiving.

Remember your tax-deductible Thanksgiving gift of $60 can help provide a Thanksgiving meal for ONE severely disabled military hero and their family, your donation of $120 can help feed TWO struggling military families, your contribution of $180 can provide Thanksgiving meals for THREE families, and so on. (And smaller gifts can be combined.)

2016 Thanksgiving

Look how many financially strapped military families we’ve been able to help feed in the past, thanks to generous, faithful Americans like you . . .

Previous Thanksgiving “Thank You” Meals Projects have distributed more than 15,000 Thanksgiving cards worth $60 each. That means our severely disabled heroes and their families have received $903,900 in emergency food aid.

Now we need to keep up the good work, because at the Coalition we’re always receiving new requests for food and other emergency aid.

By the way, if you’re not sure your Thanksgiving gift can make a real difference, check out this thank you letter we received from a wounded hero helped by a previous Thanksgiving Meals Project:

“Sixty dollars may not be a lot of money to many people, but to me on that day it was like receiving $1,000. I can’t thank you enough.”

Between today and Thanksgiving we’ll be hearing from many more seriously injured troops . . . and this is your last chance to help.

Just imagine how good you’ll feel inside knowing your Thanksgiving donation could feel like $1,000 to a disabled – and desperate – military hero.

Thanks for sharing your blessings with a wounded warrior this Thanksgiving!

Sincerely,

Major General John K. Singlaub
Major General John K. Singlaub
U.S. Army (Ret.)

P.S. This is your LAST CHANCE to be included in the 2016 Thanksgiving “Thank You” Meals Project, sponsored by the Coalition to Salute America’s Heroes.

Remember your gift of $60 can help provide a meal for a severely wounded serviceman or woman and their family on Thanksgiving. Your donation of $120 can help feed TWO families, $180 can help THREE families, and so on. And of course smaller gifts can be combined to feed a military family in need.

Please open your heart and share what you can this Thanksgiving. They were there for us. Now it’s our turn to be there for them.

2016 Thanksgiving

Providing Emergency Aid to Troops Severely Disabled in the War on Terror
Coalition to Salute America’s Heroes |
PO Box 96440 | Washington, DC 20090-6440 | http://www.saluteheroes.org | 1-888-447-2588
CSAH is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible.
Providing Emergency Aid to Troops Severely Disabled in the War on Terror
Coalition to Salute America’s Heroes | PO Box 96440 | Washington, DC 20090-6440 | http://www.saluteheroes.org | 1-888-447-2588
CSAH is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible.

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