Semper Fi Parents of Hudson Valley (SFPHV) is a volunteer organization that has been active in the community for the past nine years.
Semper Fi Parents of Hudson Valley is a
registered New York State 501 c(3) Charitable Organization
SPECIAL THANKS TO:
Emily Hart .. for her time and talent providing our logos.
Members of the Marist soccer team for help with logistics.
Dutchess County DA's office
Civil Air Patrol
Mastercard for CHQ providing a collections booth.
Nelson Rivera and the Dutchess County VA Service
VFW Post 170
Many of our troops are positioned at posts where there is no access to supplies other than the bare essentials. Many of our troops are with others who never receive a care package or correspondence from a loved one.
Organize a collection of necessary items to support active troops overseas, local vets, homeless vets, and our wounded warriors resident in our local VA hospitals.
JOIN US AT RAMBLER'S REST SUNDAY, FEB. 22ND 2-4 PM
"We're grateful for Assemblyman Lalor's support with this event. It's fitting to host this fundraiser in conjunction with the commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the Iwo Jima Flag raising. America's young men and women have been fighting for freedom across the world for generations. They needed support from all of us at home 70 years ago and we owe it to them to continue that support today. SFPHV is humbled to do its small part in honoring our deployed troops and veterans from all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces." .... Ruth Recchia, president of SFPHV.
They Protect Our Freedom
SHAKE A HAND … when you see a man or woman wearing a hat or other identifying article of clothing demonstrating their service to our country shake their hand and say “Thank You”!
ACKNOWLEDGE our men and women in uniform with a smile and a “Thank You”!
DONATE to your local Veteran’s organizations whenever possible even if it’s $1.00!
GIVE of your time to support events that honor our Military Heroes!
WRITE letters or cards of thanks to our troops and veterans.
PRAY for our troops and veterans who suffer from physical, psychological and spiritual wounds.
TEACH your children: