The aforementioned quote was uttered by former president Ronald Reagan during his farewell address, delivered on January 11, 1989, from the Oval Office. Here at Marine Parents, we think these words are just as relevant today as they were more than two-and-a-half decades ago. With that sentiment in mind, we need your help raising $4,000 each month to help our Warrior Support Team continue serving dinners to recovering warriors.
While serving dinners may seem like a small thing, they are loved by the men and women who attend them. And we need your help to ensure that they continue.
These dinners are about more than just providing a hot meal to those who have sacrificed so much on our behalf. They're about more than breaking up the monotony of what can be a long and challenging recovery process. They're about more than giving volunteers a chance to meet, interact with, and show support for our service members.
While these dinners do accomplish all of those actions, at their core, the dinners are about changing the lives of recovering warriors in a positive manner. The dinners let the recovering warriors know that America remembers them; that their sacrifices are appreciated; that they aren't alone. The relationships formed at these dinner tables can be the starting point for the service member to work with the Warrior Support Team during their upcoming reintegration to a civilian lifestyle.
It's Your Turn to Serve. Help Us Set the Table for Recovering Warriors. Click here to donate now. Help us reach our goal of $4,000 by July 1st.
As always, thank you so much for supporting our troops and veterans.
God bless and Semper Fi!