I am proud to serve my state and country. I was a member of the Nevada National Guard. I was sent to Iraq July 4th, 2006 through September 10th, 2007. While there I had the opportunity to talk to a lot of soldiers in the National Guard and Reserves from all over the country. I told them of what I wanted to do to help them and their families when they return from their tour of duty.
So I began helping soldiers and their families with problems they faced while on active duty. Their families have problems while their soldier is deployed. Some families lose money do to the pay cut the soldiers have to take when they get deployed. Some families need assistance with getting their light bill paid. Others need food and clothing for their children.
It is hard to ask for any type of assistance from anyone. What these families go through is no walk in the park. They worry about their soldier that is far away. When they get their phone call from their soldier it puts a smile on their face. And the soldier knowing that they can talk to mom, dad, grandpa,and grandma brings a brief moment of happiness to them. Just for the spouse to hear," I love you" brings a feeling of warmth from within.
Helping these soldiers and their families is what we do. Just think if everyone could donate one dollar a week. It would go far to help these soldiers and families.
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