Humanitarian Efforts

  Humanitarin Efforts in Iraq - SFC Alexander Parker »
Humanitarian Efforts


At left are pictures of one of the schools that SFC Alexander Parker and his comrades visit.

Thank you from the 287th Brigade from Kansas

Thank you to everyone who helped assist the 287th Brigade mission by donating Sign Language material, Hearing Aids, and supplies to the Iraqi Children.

Click here to see how your
donations helped >

  Humanitarin Efforts in Iraq - Lt. Scott R. Eberle »

Humanitarian EffortsMulit-National Forces Seal

MULTI-NATIONAL - IRAQ
APO AE 09316

18 April 2008

Lt. Scott R Eberle
Battle Captain, PSCC

Amy Paden

I would like to personally thank you for your outstanding contributions to the children of Iraq. The school supplies and toys that you have donated contributed greatly to the morale and welfare of the children, their parents, and the educators of Iraq.

You can be justifiably proud of your direct contribution to the Iraqi educational system. Your donation made it possible to distribute much needed supplies to people with little or no access to such items. Your generosity successfully enabled the blending of people with different backgrounds, ages, and beliefs into a project working together towards a common goal. This type of cooperation and generosity will serve as the blueprint for the future success of Iraq.

Once again, it is with great pleasure that I recognize your efforts. Your contributions have made a difference. Thanks again for all your hard work and generosity.

Sincerely,
Scot R. Eberle, 1Lt, USAF
Scott R. Eberle
1Lt, USAF

Here's a video clip from "You Tube" of those efforts that were performed by LT Eberle and his comrades


  Humanitarin Efforts in Iraq - Dan Britt »
Dan Britt

Dan Britt with Iraqi school children.

  Humanitarin Efforts in Afghanistan »
Zeit Kheil Med Cap & Community Clinic

In 2008, HOA contributed to the efforts of The US Navy, Army and Air Force, along with the Afghan Army, whom provided free Medical Care and Humanitarian Assistance to local Khowst citizens. 

HOA contributed by providing small size toys, stuffed animals and school supplies.

Thanks for letting us (fellow Americans) contribute toward your combined efforts.

 

  Humanitarian Efforts in Afghanistan - Maj. Lon Williams »
Maj. Lon Williams

A basketball and a teddy bear, displayed by Maj. Lon Williams, a member of a
Kansas National Guard Embedded Training Team in Afghanistan, are just a few of
the thousands of toys and other items collected by Hearts of America.

Read the article "Request for Small Toys Leads to Community Project" from the Plains Guardian. Click here for the article >

   For many soldiers,
   having that connection
   can make a long day
   and a long tour seem
   a little less stressful

 

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