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On this Memorial Day Weekend remember those men and women who lost their lives serving in the United States Armed Forces.
If you know a veteran in need, be a friend, give them a hand-up and let them know you care.
What better way to remember the fallen soldiers than to help a veteran in need.
Make a big difference in the life of a veteran by joining our Adopt-a-Vet program .
Even the Smallest Donation of $1.00 can go a long way. Just think about it…$1.00 per month is less than you’d spend each day on a cup of coffee.
Monthly Gift Total per Year
$1.00 Less than 4 cents a day $12.00
$2.00 Less than 7 cents a day $24.00
$3.00 Less than 11 cents a day $36.00
$4.00 Less than 14 cents a day $48.00
$5.00 Less than 17 cents a day $60.00
$10.00 Less than 34 cents a day $120.00
Artist and founder of The Veteran Memorial Foundation , Henry Lee is donating some very special pieces of his original sculptures to the Veteran Memorial Foundation.
Henry Lee says, “In 2010 there were three sculptures made in hopes of a better world. The three sculptures made are, Faith, Hope, and Change. The sculpture, Faith was a gift to Obama and his family, is now at the White House. I feel honored and proud to be the one that did the sculpture for President Barack Obama and his family, for which very few have the privilege of doing. I still have the two sculptures Hope and Change but haven’t decided on what to do with them just yet. What I have done is made several other sculptures from the pieces left over from Faith, Hope and Change. These original works of art will be placed on E-bay for sale to help support our Veterans in need along with a certificate of authenticity.
Here is a copy of the Thank You, I received from President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama.
Whoever is fortunate enough to obtain these sculptures, I hope you are as proud of our country as I am.
Fellow Veteran and artist,
Holidays are always a time of giving and sharing with friends and relatives. But as I ready myself for the holidays my heart has pain. Pain for the homeless veteran on the street without the blessing of food and shelter this holiday. I’ve heard some people comment that being homeless is the life they choose. Maybe…maybe not. Even if they do choose there are reasons most of us can’t or won’t understand. Many of these homeless veterans will get out to themselves because they fear they might hurt those they care about. Won’t you help us give a hand-up to these men and women in need?
Now through the month of December we are offering our CD’s at a special discount. But one, get the other for less than ½ price. Makes a great gift for the Veterans on your list and you will be helping other veterans in need.
May God Bless.
Get them Both Now for $22.00