Can You Help? Unmet Needs Can Use You

July 9th, 2007 by xformed

I heard about this program at the 2006 MilBlogs Conference, yet no one could tell me the link. I emailed VFW for an answer and none showed up. Reading a magazine yesterday, where Gunny Ermey was interviewed, he discussed the program set up by the VFW to help families stateside. He said not a single request had been turned down to date.

Your hands, fix-it know how and/or money would help take care of the families who have members in the fight, not available to get on with crossing off taskers on the “Honey-Do” list.

Get over to Unmet Needs and get smart, maybe there’s a family down your block that needs a lawn mowed or a leaking toilet fixed.

If you’re a family in need of help, the site has the button to get you to the help request form.

P.S. Like ValOUR-IT 100% of donations go directly to help the families!

Pass the Word!

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3 responses about “Can You Help? Unmet Needs Can Use You”

  1. Maggie said:

    Your link for UnmetNeeds has an extra "n" in it that you need to fix, hunnybunny. Thanks for the info.

  2. Maggie said:

    Your link for UnmetNeeds has an extra letter n in it that you need to fix, hunnybunny. Thanks for the info.

  3. xformed said:

    Thanks for the heads up…fixed!

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