I received your care packages today and I would like to thank you from the bottom of my heart for doing such a wonderful thing for me and my fellow soldier's and sailors. Everyone was so excited to receive the packages, especially since we were almost out of soap, toothpaste and other things and the packages were right on time. Thanks to Onsight Support everyone's morale has really been lifted because it does get hard over here and to know we have people that is really working hard to support us means alot. Thanks again for the packages and we love them all.
I hope you remember me,the girl from the cell phone store =] I wanted to say hi and thank you for the support to the troops again, and again!
By the way i would like to know how things are going for you and your family
GOD BLESS YOU
Comments: Thank you for sending my son and his fellow Marines a care package in Iraq. It meant a lot to them to know that we remember the sacrifices they are enduring for the good of our country.
9/11 may seem like a distant memory to some. Thank you for remembering that our troops still fight on overseas to help keep us from ever experiencing anything like 9/11 again.
Your care packages are uplifting to our soldiers and your efforts are greatly appreciated. Yours was one of the very first correspondence that my son had when he began his deployment in Iraq. He was thrilled to receive it . He called to let you know he got it but I wanted to thank you and your organization personally for your kind efforts.
I wish all blessings for you and all involved in this wonderful organization. God Bless.!
Comments: Dear Mr. Kester: I don't know if you remember us. You were on duty at Kennedy Airport the day our son's body was flown in from Edwards AFB on May 28,2009. You were so kind and went above and beyond to guide us through the process, a very sad day for us. I want to thank you again for that.
Now I am upset to hear that 'something' happened to your home. A fire? I also read that no one was hurt, which is the best that could come out of that. Is there anything we can do for you?
Lastly, I wanted you to know that one of the Test Pilot Classes out at Edwards contacted me to see if we had a preferred charity for donation they want to make. I suggested onsight support to them, and I hope they do come forward with that donation.
Please let us know if there is anything we can do for you and your family.
Regards, Helen Graziano
Please contact me about the use of your on sight event as you did at the VFW in Lynbrook on Memorial Day. I spoke with you that day about July 21 at Greis Park for the RVC/Lynbrook AOH Picnic in which we are honoring Paddy Dolan.
Sorry to hear about the fire at your home, hope all is well.
i was given this wonderful website from a friend of the Kofc and i would like to know how i can help out, i was told that Nick had a terrible tradey himself, and want to help. I am so amazed out all nick does to help our troops. My son will be leaving at the end of July to Iraq, and I would like to get involved in helping not just him but other soilders over there. When things touch a part of your life you look at the world in different eyes.
I am sorry to hear about the trials you are being faced with and what happened to your home. I encourage you to put your faith and trust in God, He will never give you more than you can handle.
“Consider it pure joy, my brothers, whenever you face trials of many kinds, because you know that the testing of your faith develops perseverance. Fear not, for I am with you; Be not dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you, Yes, I will help you, I will uphold you with My righteous right hand.”James 1:2-3 & Isaiah 41:10