Tuesday, December 20, 2016

State of the Heart Care Staff Donates to Troops Overseas

State of the Heart Care has committed to giving back to the communities they serve. For a November Community Service activity, the staff collected items to be sent to troops serving overseas. The staff found a need at an Army Base in Iraq. After taking up a collection of items needed such as toiletries, snacks, wipes and many other needs, over 20 care packages were made and sent to Iraq and other bases across the world. Thanks to Zechar Bailey Funeral Home for taking care of the postage and getting all of the boxes out for delivery.

Megan Stull, Care Consultant for State of the Heart Care organized the drive. “I wanted to do something for our troops who are miles away from their families,” Megan shared. “At State of the Heart we are very family oriented and felt this was the perfect opportunity to give back. The smiles we got from the soldiers faces through pictures were pretty powerful. I am very thankful to be a part of such a great organization with State of the Heart Care.”

“Being overseas, one of the biggest morale boosters us soldiers can get is mail,” shared Nathan Hill, SPC, upon receiving the packages. “Myself and everyone here with me would like to give a huge thank you to State of the Heart Care and Zechar Bailey Funeral Home for sending close to 20 packages to us over here! It’s the little things that can make a huge difference!” State of the Heart would like to thank all service men and women and their families for all that they do.

Pictured are Megan Stull and Angela Hart, State of the Heart Care staff members working on organizing all of the items collected.

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