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REMEMBERING OUR PATRIOTS ON 9/11

On September 11, 2001 our country all stood united as one as our lives were forever changed.  In October 2003, Forgotten Soldiers Outreach was born to help send that little bit of home to our troops that were now...

What does Independence Day mean to me?

What does Independence Day mean to me? As I reflect back to how I celebrated July 4th when I was growing up in the as a child in the 1960’s/1970’s, it was all about picnics with my family and...

Did you know that Prince Harry has a connection to Forgotten Soldiers Outreach?

Many of you have been following Prince Harry and the royal wedding. But did you know that Prince Harry has a connection to Forgotten Soldiers Outreach? On May 10, 2013, Prince Harry visited Arlington National Cemetery. During his visit...

Have you ever wondered why we ask for snack bags?

Have you ever wondered why we ask for snack bags? The reason we ask for them is because we use them to repackage q-tips, make candy bags, make tampon bags and shaving cream bags. This makes room for the...

JOIN US for Forgotten Soldiers Outreach 13th Annual A Day to Remember Memorial Day Service

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HELP US REACH OUR GOAL OF $15,000 FOR #GREATGIVE424

 Help us reach our goal of $15,000 for the Great Give #GREATGIVE424    #FSOWECARE   #SUPPORTOURTROOPS GREAT GIVE is only one week away, April 24th  This is a one day on-line fundraising event for non-profit organizations in Palm Beach County.  What...

ANGEL SAVES THE DAY FOR FORGOTTEN SOLDIERS OUTREACH

Forgotten Soldiers Outreach, Inc. is excited to announce that an amazing “Good Samaritan” has stepped up to underwrite rent for three (3) years so we can stay at our existing location in Lake Worth, Florida. This individual saw our...

Loot from Iraq Museum financed terrorism, recovery mission leader says – Palm Beach Daily News

Palm Beach Daily News By Jan Sjostrom – Daily News Arts Editor Click Here for story

Hero’s Toast brunch at The Colony aids Forgotten Soldiers Outreach

http://www.palmbeachdailynews.com/news/lifestyles/society/heros-toast-brunch-at-the-colony-aids-forgotten-so/ntD4p/   by Shannon Donnelly   11/27/16  Palm Beach Daily News

What FSO is about….message from Executive Director and Founder