Thank you for considering to donate to the Frunzi family.
Sgt. Frunzi and his wife have two children - 4 year old Jackson and 18 month old Bennett. In March, Jackson was diagnosed with Leukemia. They spent 8 weeks at St. Jude in Memphis where he went into remission. They were able to travel back home to Charlotte where he can complete his 2 1/2 year treatment. Three days after returning home, their 18 month old, Bennett, was diagnosed with Medulloblastoma, a cancerous brain tumor. He went through surgery recently to remove the tumor. He is now recovering before he begins his own treatment. They have a long, hard road ahead of them as their boys go through their treatment at the same time.
Thank you for considering to donate to Daniel Estricher. He’s been diagnosed with leukemia and has been fighting it and kickin ass! However, as you know, a fight for your life doesn’t stop the medical/daily bills from coming. This man has done more than I can list for other people and our community, he’s never been one to ask for help (and to be clear he hasn’t asked me to do this for him), so I’m asking for him.
With your donation we also get to give back to the general fire fighter fund.
The Tampa Bay Veterans Alliance was established in 2003 as a 501(c)3 under the name of Clearwater Veterans Alliance, to organize celebrations for various veteran events. This evolved into various annual events in the Clearwater community and today's name of the Tampa Bay Veterans Alliance do to the outreach that we do working with several other veteran service organizations and team with other private and nonprofit organizations to bring to bear a full gamut of knowledge and service to ensure veterans can get help and services that are needed.
What the TBVA noticed was the lack of recognition for veterans from WWII to today. Given that there are more than 400,000 veterans in the region, and an untold number of deceased veterans, we only found it natural to establish the Memorial Fund.
The Florida Veterans Memorial Fund and the creation of the Florida Veterans Memorial Plaza was finally approved in January of 2014 after over 2 years of work with the city, Steve Fowler, and other Veteran Service Organizations to come up with the design for the plaza and the funding necessary. The first phase was completed and we had our inauguration on Memorial Day, 2016. In the second phase we will erect 6 statues, each statue will recognize a particular Service and will depict the combat uniform of the era: WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Desert Storm, Operation Enduring Freedom/Iraqi Freedom and, perhaps unique in the United States, Veterans of the “Cold War” period.
Our mission at the Florida Veterans Memorial Fund and the Tampa Bay Veterans Alliance is to 1. Build and maintain this Plaza, 2. Create a scholarship fund for veteran’s children, 3. Create a fund for surviving spouses in need and 4. Provide emergency funds to Veterans in need in the local area.
Every penny that is either donated or used to purchase the Black Granite tiles that will proudly display the names of veterans will go towards these things.
Thank you for considering to support the Cumberland County Marching Band. Your donation will continue to help us achieve all our goals.
With your donation we also get to give back to the general Army fund.
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