Haines City, FL – As a way of giving back to the military caregivers who, day and night, put their lives on hold to care for their wounded warriors, the Compassionate Hearts United Foundation, Inc. (CHUF) has created the “Care Packages for Military Caregivers” Initiative. Under this program, they will be sending care packages, on a monthly basis, to caregivers of wounded warriors. In order to provide for those caregivers, we will be joining forces with the Soldiers’ Angels nonprofit organization, The Red Box of Wellness, and En Hilo PR. You can find these organizations on Instagram.
According to the Soldiers’ Angels organization, “caregivers are the unsung heroes of our nation’s military conflicts. And yet, many caregivers feel lost, unsupported, and alone in their struggles to care for our wounded, ill, and injured.”
If you would like to help us serve these unsung heroes, please visit our donor site using the link mentioned below and select “Care Packages for Military Caregivers” as your donation option. It usually takes $40.00 to put the care box together and ship it but you can donate whatever amount you can. 100% of the funds donated to this initiative will go directly to the program.
You can also order your care package(s) directly from our partners at En Hilo PR using the link below.
“On behalf of the many military caregivers who day at night put their lives on hold to serve those who have served, we say Thank You and God Bless You All,” mentioned CHUF’s founder Ms. Marielys Camacho-Reyes.
Link for Donations: https://donorbox.org/help-us-continue-our-mission
Link to Order Care Packages: https://www.chufinc.org/-care-packages-for-military-caregivers–initiative
The Compassionate Hearts UNITED Foundation, Inc. (CHUF) is a 501(c)(3) award-winning nonprofit organization dedicated to providing support to other nonprofits and charitable causes in their community. Its mission is to provide compassion-focused support to community members while at the same time building an army of compassionate hearts who can help them change the lives of those who they serve. You can visit them at www.chufinc.org.