Providing Food to Veterans

Adopt a Soldier Program Provides Meals for the Hungry

November 12, 2010

Providing Food to Veterans

Adopt a Soldier Program Provides Meals for the Hungry

November 12, 2010

Along with our partners, American Helping Americans distributed healthy meals to veterans and families through the Adopt a Soldier program. These soldiers have given so much for our country, and in these tough financial times these meals are such a blessing.

One of these veteran families shared their gratitude for the generosity of Americans Helping Americans and our donors. Read their note here…

“Saturday’s Meal distribution from our Adopt a Soldier program.  I also wanted to share with you because some of the items this family received were directly from you and I wanted you to see how much our families appreciate these meals that you are purchasing for us to enable us to bless the military.  Thank you from the bottom of my heart for helping us reach the military families.”

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