PMCN and United Health Foundation Donate Deployment Dolls to Fort Carson Families
Peak Military Care Network (PMCN), with the help of United Health Foundation, donated over 300 deployment dolls to Fort Carson families of the 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 10th Field Hospital, Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion, 4th Infantry Division, 4th Sustainment Brigade and 10th Special Forces Group on December 6th.
Fort Carson currently has multiple units deployed. While the 2nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team has just returned, the 4th Infantry Headquarters is the most recent unit to deploy. Fort Carson Soldiers and families face one of the busiest deployment rotations in the Army. PMCN and United Health Foundation are donating these deployment dolls to help the Soldier's children have a special memento while they are away. Deployments are never easy on the family, but with the holidays upon us, they can be even harder.
"The Peak Military Care Network is happy to do what we can to support Soldiers and families who sacrifice so much in support of us and our nation, especially during the holidays," said Kate Hatten, President/CEO of PMCN.