Cocktails for Our Heroes to Benefit Deployed Members of the U.S. Armed Forces

"Supporting America's deployed military service members, to ensure they are not forgotten"

Cocktails for Our Heroes to Benefit Deployed Members of the U.S. Armed Forces

25.09.2017

Forgotten Soldiers Outreach

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                             CONTACT: Lynelle Zelnar, Executive Director

Forgotten Soldiers Outreach

lynelle@forgottensoldiers.org   (561) 369-2933

 

Cocktails for Our Heroes to Benefit Deployed Members of the U.S. Armed Forces

LAKE WORTH, FLA. (Aug. 29, 2017) — Guests will have the opportunity to learn more about the important work of Forgotten Soldiers Outreach during the Cocktails for Our Heroes reception Oct. 5 at the Paul Fisher Gallery in West Palm Beach. Floridian Community Bank is underwriting the event.

Since 2003, the Lake Worth-based Forgotten Soldiers Outreach has sent more than 400,000 “We Care” packages to deployed members of the U.S. Armed Forces. Against the backdrop of the gallery’s contemporary art collection, guests also will have the chance to write notes of encouragement to military service members, and to underwrite items for their monthly packages.

The reception also will preview A Hero’s Toast, the third annual champagne brunch for Forgotten Soldiers Outreach, to be held Friday, Nov. 3 at The Colony in Palm Beach. This year’s keynote speaker is Colonel Matthew Bogdanos, U.S. Marine officer and author of Thieves of Baghdad: One Marine’s Passion to Recover the World’s Greatest Stolen Treasures.  He is also a practicing assistant district attorney in the city of Manhattan.

For more information on FSO or these events, please call (561) 369-2933 or visit www.forgottensoldiers.org.

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About Forgotten Soldiers Outreach: Since 2003, Forgotten Soldiers Outreach, a non-profit organization, has provided over 400,000 care packages and letters of encouragement to deployed members of the U.S. Armed Forces. Their primary focus is to provide men and women who receive little or no support from the home front with monthly “We Care” packages. Forgotten Soldiers Outreach is committed to serving these men and women for as long as they are deployed.

 

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