Dear Wonderful People of HHV,
I want to thank you very sincerely for the many wonderful and unique projects you have sent me over the years. I have enjoyed them, and have had my grandkids help me with some of them. It was a great way to spend time with them.
I don’t make time to do the projects anymore. Therefore, I would like to make space for another deserving veteran and request that you send to them the kits you would have sent me. I have brought your information to the Oscar G. Johnson VA Medical Center in Iron Mountain, MI in the hopes that other veterans will take advantage of your great program.
The people who donate to you in order to make sending the kits possible are caring and grateful people, and I made sure to thank each of them on the cards you provided.
I am very grateful for the support you and your donors have shown me. I hope your organization continues on for many more years, and that the veterans you support are as appreciative as I have been.
Dave D., Wisconsin
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Thank you so much HHV!"I can't begin to tell you how much this new computer means to me," said U.S. Marine George Begler (above). "As a paraplegic, I have so much idle time. I spent all winter investigating the Internet, learning lots. Thank you Help Hospitalized Veterans for helping me so much in life."