Thank you for what you do


To whom this may concern,


I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for what you do. My husband, Petty Officer 1st Class Michael, was recently injuried while serving in Afghanistan. He shattered his wrist. It was extremely hard for him to be able to dress himself. One of the medical staff gave him a shirt altered by your team of wonderful volunteers. He was able to dress himself for the flight. He would thank you himself, however, he is still in the healing process. Thanks for giving him the joy of being able to dress himself. It is amazing how much a shattered wrist can change you in a moment.

Wife to Michael and Mommy to Ame