HUGS PROJECT INCORPORATED
October 30, 2011
It is with great pleasure that write this here. A little background first. In my own experience, I have been in both Iraq and Afghanistan (twice each), and while in Afghanistan I had the privilege to be involved in not one but two missions with my own son. I have had two nephews who have served in Iraq as well. What I am getting at is this, I know what our "kids" are going through, been there done that with them. And back in April I had the opportunity to meet and get to know some great members of this group, Karen and Ray, and to find out first hand the great job they and all the HUGS members do, all without pay, to help our troops in harms way. And most times paying for the items they make with their own funds. They do not just care, they really care, very deeply. If you have been seeking a group to join or donate to, my money is on the Hugs Project.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
my dealings with them and the many conversations I have had.
Ways to make it better...
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Find ways to help fund them more. To make sure they had all they need to continue.
General Member of the Public & Retired Government Worker.