A Warm “Thank You” for Our Military
Annual Santa Clarita program begins October 1! A wonderful winter program for community members to show their appreciation to our local military, including active duty service members, and veterans – especially those that are disabled, hospitalized, elderly. or in need.
A heartfelt “Thank You” with a simple winter scarf, beanie, or a warm blanket. Or make a Holiday Dinner Basket with fixins to prepare a special meal. The annual patriotic drive is sponsored by the local non-profit Prayer Angels for the Military, and has become another popular way to show gratitude to our military. Handmade or store-bought blankets, throws, quilts and afghans are being requested. All sizes are needed, along with winter scarves and beanies. Attach your label or include a card or letter of appreciation. These gifts of comfort will be presented to hometown veterans and shipped out to local deployed troops. Gift cards are also requested and always a welcome site for a veteran in need. Cards for local stores, markets, fast food & restaurants, and gas cards are a blessing. Prayer Angels for the Military, local 501(c)3 non-profit, organizing community support for hometown troops and veterans for over 15 years. The team includes Blue Star Moms, Dads & Families, Gold Star Families, veterans, businesses, and community members of all ages.
October 1-December 15: Collection dates for the winter “Thank You” program and Holiday Dinner Baskets. 24/7 donation bin: Prayer Angels, 21609 Oak Orchard Rd, Newhall, CA 91321. Tax deductible shipping funds are needed to mail gifts going to troops overseas. Funds can be mailed to Prayer Angels for the Military at the drop off address, or donate online at www.prayerangelsforthemilitary.com. Contact: email@example.com or 661-799-8865 for information, to add a troop or veteran name, or to volunteer.
October 1-December 31: Donate a Vehicle by December 31 for 2019 tax credit. Cars, trucks, motorcycles, vans, recreational vehicles, boats, trailers, golf carts.
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