The American Legion Auxiliary and the Sons of The American Legion in New York State are proud to announce a Walk-A-Thon to benefit the 13 Veterans Administrative Medical Centers in New York State, the 5 New York State Veterans Homes along with Fisher House in Albany, New York. The Walk-A-Thon will take place on April 21, 2018, in a city near you.
We have a goal of raising at least $50,000 during this day, which can be obtained with pledges and donations from both individuals and corporations. With your support and love of our country, this number could even be doubled!
This Walk-A-thon will benefit the Veterans residing at each of these facilities, assist in their care and meet some of the needs of their family members while they are visiting. These funds will help voluntary service departments purchase personal hygiene products, board games, home computers, DVD’s, coffee makers, movies passes, tickets to sporting events, phone cards, along with renovating and upgrading recreation and therapy equipment. Funds are always needed for the upkeep of the Fisher House. The Fisher House provides veterans families a place to stay at no charge while their loved ones are receiving medical care at Stratton Veterans Administration Medical Center. The New York State Veterans Homes are assisted living homes for veterans. Recreational and social donations are welcomed and improve the quality of life for our Veterans residing there.
With the amount of veterans returning from active duty from the conflicts in the Middle East these young men and women need the services provided at our VAMC’s in New York State and their family’s need help to adjusting to their loved ones medical condition suffered in our time of war. Let’s not forget our aging veterans who have served our country in the past. They with no doubt deserve the best in recreational and socialization programs that can be offered to them.
Any questions can be answered by contacting Tom Kurk at 585-905-7202 or e-mail at email@example.com.
We thank you in advance for your support and please remember “Our Veterans Are Our Greatest Resource.”