Tuesday, December 04, 2007

Sign the VFW Christmas Card for our Wounded Warriors

Brighten the holidays for wounded heroes at
the James A. Haley Veterans Hospital in Tampa, Florida
by signing the biggest Christmas Card ever!
This year, send joyful wishes to brighten the holiday season for wounded troops. Don't let Christmas feel like just another painful day for our brave heroes who have already sacrificed so much. Thousands will spend the holidays recovering from devastating injuries . far from family and missing out on the many joys of the season.

Help make their Christmas brighter and join us in sending cheerful wishes to our heroes. VFW will be delivering a giant Christmas card to the wounded troops recovering at the James A. Haley Veterans Hospital in Tampa, Florida, and we want your signature to be included. Simply sign the card now to have your name added.

Be sure to add your name to the giant Christmas card to let these brave men and women know that we are deeply grateful for their sacrifices.

We need all signatures by December 10th in order to deliver the card before Christmas. So, please sign the card today.

Every signature means so much. Last year, we had more than 20,000 patriotic Americans sign our Christmas card for the wounded heroes at Brooke Army Medical Center in Texas. This year we are hoping for 25,000 signatures. So please pass this on to your friends and family so we can deliver the biggest Christmas card ever and show our heroes that we haven't forgotten them.


De'on Miller said...

Yea! You're so so faithful!

De'on Miller said...

Are you okay out there in Oregon?

Flag Gazer said...

We're on the east side of the Cascade mountains - so we got blown some and quite a bit of rain, but the awful mess is on the west side - they had up to 120 MPH gusts and one area had 10 inches of rain. Highways are closed from downed trees and the power is still out and may be for up to a week in some areas. The National Guard has been amazing - rescuing most of one small town via inflatable boats - and helicopter rescues in other areas. Parts of Interstate 5 - which runs Mexico to Canada - is underwater. Lots of people are going to have a tough time for a while. Fortunately, we are well.

Thanks for asking!