There are 20 Soldiers in our US Army Platoon of which 5 are women
that are deployed overseas. Due to the drawback, our soldiers do not have
access to full base facilities. We will be supporting them throughout their
deployment and need your help in providing some of the items they need.
for some background information and a list of requested items. We
always need supplies to send. In
addition, we are always in need of funds for postage.
Please send your monetary donations to:
Brookhaven Veterans Association or BVA, in memo put "support
troops", POB 671, Upton, NY 11973
Donation boxes are located at: 400 Lobby,
510 Room 1-113,
452 outsidemain office.
NOTE - Special Requests for our soldiers: Prepared meals, snacks, sunscreen with high SPF, hygiene kits for both genders, board games,
microwavable foods, individual drinks, warm weather items
William Goggins is a Mattituck HS Class of 2011 graduate that is
currently serving overseas.
I just wanted to reach out and say thank you for the packages you guys have provided to the team out here.
It's really appreciated. The looks on their faces when I open boxes and tell them it's from my home area and for the whole group is priceless.
This last package was enjoyed rather quickly! Attached is a photo of some of the group that has been around in the Logistics Shop that you guys are helping out.
Again, Thank you for everything you guys do!
1st Lt Billy Goggins
Letter to Our Soldiers View a heartwarming letter written by a student from the Pulaski Street School in Riverhead. A copy of this letter was included in the shipments sent out
to the troops following their Candy Drive.
Cell Phones for Soldiers Recycling Program
Please send your old/used cell phone to Linda Feierabend, Bldg 510. FREE calling cards are being sent to our adopted platoon and to BNL family members.
Each individual has been receiving calling cards with 60 free minutes. The old/used
cell phones are recycled and funds used towards the calling cards.
more about this program
Passing the Hat for the Troops! A group in
Portsmouth, NH does this and we thought it would be nice for us to do
for the platoon we are supporting. The idea is to knit or crochet helmet
liners using wool because it is warmer, safer and less flammable. Dark
colors like green, brown, navy are good so that the caps blend in with
uniforms and dark clothing. If you know how to knit or crochet and
would like to make a helmet liner to donate to our platoon,
click here for instructions.
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