Homefront Hugs is a non-profit org. that reminds us there are lots of children and families who need a smile especially for holidays. KBDB wants to express thanks for them as they are heroes too!
We will reach out to families at home dealing with deployments by making letters and cards to be delivered around Thanksgiving. Kids can personalize them with photos, smiles and jokes to keep the children and family members smiling while they miss their parents and loved ones during the holidays.
KBDB wants to thank the families of soldiers for the sacrifice they make to our country. We understand that it must be hard to go through a holiday without your mom, dad, or loved one.
We hope by sharing some funny stories about pets and life and even adding a small fun gift like stickers, lipgloss, chapstick, gift cards to iTunes, or toys like beanie babies with the children and Moms and Dads manning the homefront - will help them know we are thinking of them all with thanks.
Where? Neighborhood clubhouse in Highland Manor in Milton GA (off Birmingham Road) When? Saturday, October 22 from 10am - 2pm.
Come make a card with us - we will have card supplies there - please bring a small gift with you to attach to the card. Or you may drop off your premade card with small gift and we will proudly deliver it to Homefront Hugs for you!
Involve your school, church, temple or any organization and get together to make cards and small gifts of thanks for our service men's and women's families!
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