Record Fall Fundraising Effort for Veterans

Despite the challenges presented by the COVID-19pandemic and their impact on our normal fall fundraising campaigns to provide holiday meals for veterans who have fallen on dififcult economic times and their families, our Club raised a record $3,850.00 this year!

These monies allowed us to provide meals more than twenty veterans and also a refirgerator for another retired serviceoman … through VFW Post 6393 in Yardley, American Legion Post 317 in Yardley, American Legion Post 148 in Langhorne and Salute2Service in Bristol

Among some of the recipients were:

  1. Wife of a 100% disabled Vietnam Veteran, Veteran hospitalized.


  1. Disabled retired Army Vietnam Veteran, lives with 2 dependent adults.


  1. Disabled Vietnam Veteran, retired Phila. Police, mostly immobile.


  1. Disabled Vietnam Veteran, Purple Heart recipient, cancer survivor.


  1. Disabled Vietnam Veteran, blind – Macular degeneration.


  1. Disabled Vietnam Veteran, liver transplant recipient.


  1. Disabled VFW Auxiliary member, 4th stage kidney disease.


  1. Vietnam Veteran, unemployed, living with 3 dependent adult family members.


  1. Disabled, Army retired Iraq, Afghanistan Veteran.


  1. Disabled Iraq Veteran, sole adult raising 3 elementary, middle school children.


  1. Disable Vietnam Veteran, housebound.


We were only able to accomplish this through the generous donations of dozens of individuals and organizaitons who responded to our online, personally-distributed and other outreaches … people who represent the best in America and of Americans!