A Soldier’s Child Day of Shopping

 

Join Dan Mandis and Pamela Furr Thursday, December 7th at the Murfreesboro Walmart while we shop with A Soldier’s Child. A Soldier’s Child invites you to stop by and shop for the children from 5 pm to 7 pm. Shopping is of no cost to you: All we ask you to donate your time and talents and shop, shop, shop! You will be given a Gift Interview Form (GIF) which contains a child’s likes, interests, wanted games and clothing sizes. Go to the link below to register and shop with us and A Soldier’s Child.

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f044caeaa23abf58-covenant

Shopping event is from 5p-7p on 12/7 at the Murfreesboro, TN Walmart (2000 Old Fort Pkwy, Murfreesboro, TN 37129).

 

A Soldier’s Child started its Family to Family Christmas program to give back to the families of our servicemen and women who have sacrificed so much. Lost in the busyness of the Christmas season are the children of those who serve, who sometimes wake up Christmas morning missing mom or dad and perhaps not understanding why they can’t be there. Another question the children of a military family ask is, “Does anyone even care all our family goes through?” With your help,1500 children from nearby Ft. Campbell might have an extra reason to smile when they wake on Christmas day. And with the love that the Christmas season offers through your help, these children will know that the people their mom or dad protects, honor them.

There are two ways to participate in ASC’s Family to Family Christmas:

1. Make a Donation: Donate now so we can reach as many children as possible this Christmas. Your donations are appreciated, and A Soldier’s Child is a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) organization. All gifts are tax deductible.

2. Sponsor a Family: Make a personal connection by selecting a military family to sponsor. Perhaps you can use this opportunity to teach your own children about giving and the true meaning of Christmas.

For more information on how to donate and/or sponsor a family go to: https://asoldierschild.org/events/family-to-family-christmas/