Operation Pocket Field Pillow (PFP)

Thanks for a wonderful luncheon today!

Posted on: April 29, 2011

My friends with the Hampton Roads Chapter of MOAA (Military Officers Association of America) invited me to their luncheon at the beautiful Founders Inn near Regent University in Chesapeake today. This is a fantastic group of mostly retired military officers and their families, whose organization boasts over 350,000 members nationwide. I was privileged to be asked to speak to them about how their contributions have helped Operation PFP.

In short, any contribution allows us to ship boxes of handmade pillows to American troops spread out all over Afghanistan nearly 8,000 miles away from home. Any contribution helps us ship handmade travel pillows to wounded troops airlifted out of Landstuhl, Germany.

Any every contribution helps us to remind our troops that they are not forgotten.

To all those HRCMOAA members who welcomed me so warmly today, and who listened attentively to one Army mom passionate about the welfare of our troops, thank you all. And if you, or someone you know, wants to know more about MOAA, please visit their website to learn more.

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Operation PFP is made possible in part by my small business, Just For Baby Gifts, donations of ACU by the Carlisle Finishing Plant, fleece donated by Polartec, supplies donated by Brother International, and by the untold hours of work by hundreds of proud and grateful American volunteers.

...til they all come home
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