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Shine Family Foundation donates school supplies.

On August 27, 2011, Shine Family Foundation handed over school supplies to the military families.  it was held at the Shine Family Foundation Headquarters/Office on 6655 West Sahara, Suite E-102.

It was a moment of Pride and Honor as the Founder, Les Krifaton and Co-Founder, Rowena Baraan Richards along with Shine Family Foundation Board of Committee:  Ron Futrell; Roxane Unverrich; and Bernie Benito handed over school supplies to Tammy Richrdson and  SCS James Richardson.

There was two truckloads of supplies from the money raised during SFF’s “biggest yard sale” and some donated by Target.  Co-Founder, Rowena Richards had this nugget to say:  ”  The community response on our first fundraising event was overwhelming.  It is sometimes unfortunate that the sacrifices of our military have largely gone unnoticed by the public and media.  This is the first of many donations and fundraising to come.  What we do is a tribute to these heroes and their families to the sacrifices they make on behalf of all of us and to this great country of ours.  Some come home with life altering injuries and disabilities while fighting to protect us.  We must show them our gratitude that we will never forget the sacrifices they have made to keep us safe.  They are our true heroes!  It is because of them we can say, “United States of America is the land of the free”.

“Through the kindness and generosity of many individuals, corporate supporters, SFF will achieve its goal.  On behalf of Shine Family Foundation, we wish to THANK those who came to support our event and to those who volunteered.  Thank you for your help in helping us give the families of our Military all we can give them!  Together, we can make sure they are not forgotten.”

“UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL”  JOHN DICKENSON

 

Members of Shine Family Foundation’s Board and Committee with the Army National Guard.

 

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