Sending Valentines is just one more way we can let Veterans know how much we appreciate everything they did and do.
The Midwest Veterans Closet, where it is Veterans Day every day, is taking the lead in making sure hospitalized Veterans at the Captain James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center, area at-risk Veterans – women and men, and active military know they are loved and not forgotten. One way to do this is to send them a Valentine greeting for Valentine’s Day. After all, the price of freedom can be seen at any VA hospital.
The Midwest Veterans Closet is asking individuals, school teachers, and other social group leaders to make (or buy) Valentine cards for Veterans to let them know they are special and that we are grateful for their service.
Every day, with your help, the Midwest Veterans Closet serves Veterans, active military, and families. We welcome them with a warm smile and friendly greeting, give a listening ear, serve them with care, and give an honest compliment, all of which has proven to turn lives around.
We are asking individuals, school teachers, and other social group leaders to make (or buy) Valentine cards for Veterans to let them know they are special and that we are grateful for their service. Your small act of kindness will bring miles of smiles and boost moral more than you can imagine.
Treat them like the heroes they are. Bring, mail, or ship Valentines for Veterans to the Midwest Veterans Closet and our Veteran staff and volunteers will deliver them to the James A Lovell Federal Health Care Center on Valentine’s Day, warming many a brave heart.
For more information call the Midwest Veterans Closet at 847.354.2108.
The Midwest Veterans Closet is at 2323 Green Bay Road in North Chicago.