PAWW Ambassador Thanks S. A. L. For Wounded Warriors Donation
S. A. L POST 781 MAKES DONATION-Mary Grace Eckert, PAWW Ambassador, thanked the Sons of the American Legion Post 781 for their donation to Pennsylvania Wounded Warriors, Inc. Sown at the check presentation, from left: Mary Grace Eckert, Len Biel, Commander Sons Of The American Legion, and Logan Wyman, S. A. L. member.

Dear Editor,

I would like to thank Mr. Len Biel and entire the Sons Of The American Legion Mountaintop Post 781 for their recent donation to the Pennsylvania Wounded Warriors, Inc.

The donation was made during the S. A. L Post 781 Car Show in August.

I am very grateful for their continued dedication and support. Because of their generosity, our organization can continue to help so many of our veterans who have nowhere else to to turn to. Many of our veterans are recovering physically, mentally or emotionally and are in need of financial support. With this generous donation we are able to help them with things as payments for rent/mortgage, utilities, home and vehicle repair, medical or education expenses not covered by government programs, temporary housing to prevent a veteran from becoming homeless, morale events and grocery/gas gift cards.

In 2016, we assisted over 1400 PA Veterans and families.

PAWW, Inc. is an independent statewide non profit organization. We are not affiliated with nor a part of the national Wounded Warrior Project and we do not receive any funds from them.

Sincerely, Mary Grace Eckert

PAWW Ambassador