DONATE to the Troops

Music News Nashville is uniting with Operation Troop Aid to provide our servicemen and women with entertainment to help alleviate the emotional strain of being overseas, away from their loved ones.  We are also assisting those who are recovering in hospital beds at VA Hospitals around the U.S.

We are collecting new music CDs and movie DVDs to send to the troops as part of the Operation Troop Aid care packages.  (Please note – because of certain restrictions, the CDs and DVDs must be new and in the wrapping.)  We ask that you send them to us so we can pass them on to those who need them now.  As the saying goes… pay it forward.

(If you have used CDs and DVDs, please take them in to your local DAV office or VA center.)

If you would like to donate CDs or DVDs, please EMAIL MARK WOODS (Exec. Dir.) for mailing instructions on where to send them.  This is going to be an ongoing project, so please keep them coming. You can also call Mark at: (901) 355-8844

Thank you for your help.

For more about Operation Troop Aid, visit www.operationtroopaid.org

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operation-jersey-caresOperation Jersey Cares is comprised of Veterans and other proud Americans. We are all dedicated volunteers who give freely of our time and talents to ensure that our “Combat Veterans” are getting the support they need for the sacrifices they are making!

Operation Jersey Cares sends packages to our men and women to let them know that ‘America’ is behind their efforts. We will continue to do this until they can be reunited with their families and loved ones!

Operation Jersey Cares is also dedicated to helping the wounded Marines and soldiers who have returned home to be with their families. Collections and donations of much needed items are brought to the Veterans Hospital, Lyons, NJ and to the Soldiers Home, Menlo Park, NJ. We also assist the families with the medical and financial needs that they may have.

OUR MOTTO IS:
“NEVER AGAIN SHALL ONE GENERATION FORGET ANOTHER”!

For more about Operation Jersey Cares, visit www.operationjerseycares.org