Friday, December 17, 2004

The I-Man helps wounded vets phone home

J.D. Imus, author and host of the Imus in the Morning Radio Program, has always been a staunch supporter of the military. Recently he's been speaking of the care and treatment of the wounded at Walter Reed Army Medical Center.

Today, after being alerted to the fact the recouping soldiers have to pay for their phone calls home, Imus stepped up and had donated $10,000 worth of phone cards, so these heroes can call home for the holidays.

Many
Boy Scout/Cub Scout troops/packs have held similar fund raisers, as have Wal*Mart and many other corporations. YOU can help as well!

Contact your local
VFW to help. Or, to help directly:

Send phone cards of any amount to:
Medical Family Assistance Center
Walter Reed Medical Center
6900 Georgia Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20307-5001

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