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February 21, 2012

The Hugs Project sends approximately 100 care packages weekly to our troops and 5,000 at Christmas. It is all volunteer--no one takes salaries, and the headquarters is donated by Crossroads Mall. They also pay the water and electricity. "Hugs" are the cooling neckties that are sewn for the troops to keep them cool in the summer and warm in the winter. The Hugs Project has sent over 1 million "hugs" to the Middle East. Many other things are sent in the care boxes--things our troops need. It is a great organization!

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February 17, 2011

The Hugs Project is amazing and truly cares about our troops. As a volunteer, I know that no one gets a salary; and thanks to Crossroads Mall who donates our space and utlities, more of the donated money can be used for more items for our troops. Nothing is wasted at The Hugs Project! If you can't physically go work at headquarters, there are many things you can do at home. Just visit to learn what you can do. Our troops deserve the thanks of a grateful nation.

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helping raise money, soliciting items, and knitting neck pillows--and when we receive thank you notes from our troops, it makes my heart feel good!

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try to raise more money so that more care packages could be sent to your troops.

Volunteer & Volunteer on the Board of Directors, knit neck pillows, solicit donations.