Give to Veterans’ Families

Please donate to our veterans. Bring items to: 3501 N. 24th St., Phoenix. Thank you and God bless you and our troops and their families!

Veteran Family #1  US Air Force, Security Forces

Husband (27yrs)  Casual shirts size L/ jeans size 36 / socks size 11 / underwear size M
black steel toed boots size 11
Wife (26yrs) jeans size 10 / socks size 8 / underwear size 6
Girl (3yrs) clothing size 3T / shoes size 8 / toys / puzzles / books / baby doll
Girl (2yrs) clothing size 3T / shoes size 7 / toys/ puzzles / books / baby doll
Boy (6 months) clothing size 12 months / teething toys / blanket / diapers size 4& 5
·       Veteran Family #2  US Air Force
o  Woman (22yrs)  jeans size 13 / tops size M / purse / perfume / All Black Nike Free TR Fit size 7.5
·       Veteran Family #3   US Army (both husband and wife)
Husband (49yrs)  Dickies work pants size 34×34 / long slv thermal shirts size L / work boots size 10.5 tank style undershirts size L / underwear boxers size M / calf length white socks
Wife (31yrs) work slacks size 13 / work blouses size XL / shoes size 8 / PJs size L / underwear size L
Girl (4yrs) winter coat size 7 / knit pants size 7 / tops size 7 / shoes size 12and socks / PJs size 7, underwear size 7 / toys / coloring books / kid DVDs
Boy (13months) winter coat size 24 months / all clothing size 18months / diapers     size 5 / baby wipes socks / shoes size 3 / toys / books / blocks / Pack N Play Sheets
Family also needs:  Laundry soap / cleaning supplies / shampoo / bar soap / lotion or gift card to Wal-mart for these items.
·       Veteran Family #4    US Marine Corps.
   Husband (27yrs)     Pants size 34 / warm jacket size XL / tools
   Wife (26yrs)   Sewing Machine / Gardening Equipment / books / clothing gift cards
   Boy (5yrs)   sports gear / race cars / music instruments, dinosaurs / dvds  / shoes size 13/ clothing size 6
    Girl (4yrs)   Arts & crafts items / karaoke player  / shoe size 11 / pants size 5T/ shirt size 4T
Girl (2yrs)  Dora the Explorer toys / educational toys / clothing size 2T / shoes 7 1/2
   Cousin that helps disabled Vet (20yrs)  books / gift cards for clothes
   Family also needs:  new bath towels, pots & pans and  2 new or gently used   dressers
·       Veteran Family #5  US Army
Man (47yrs)   underwear (boxers) size L / Tennis shoes size 10 / Dress Slacks size 35×31
dress shirts size L / toaster, large skillet, ironing board and iron, broom or vacuum.
·       Veteran Family #6  US Navy
     Woman (30yrs)  Has new internship for work.  Needs Kohl’s gift cards and gas gift cards
·       Veteran Family #7  US Marine Corp.
Man (61yrs)  needs new or gently used end table, night stand, 2 table lamps, 1 floor lamp
Kohl’s gift card for clothing
·       Veteran Family #8  US Army
Woman (26yrs) Wal-Mart gift cards for clothes
Boy (5yrs)  clothing size 6 / learning toys
Baby (due January) needs all items clothing, care items, stroller
Girl cousin helps with children (15yrs) clothing gift cards.

Center for Arizona Policy Calls McCain’s Statement Offensive, Betrayal

By Cathi Herrod, President, Center for Arizona Policy

I believe there are two fundamental truths that form the foundation and the inspiration for the ever-growing prolife movement’s stance on abortion:

  • Abortion ends the life of a preborn child.
  • Abortion threatens the life and well-being of women and can cause a lifetime of immense physical and psychological pain.

These facts explain why so many Americans are dedicated to seeing an end to the dangerous procedure and why the idea of calling a “truce” on the life issue is impossible, irresponsible, and just plain wrong.

So when a national figure, who represents Arizona, suggests that we should “leave the issue alone,” it tells me one thing: John McCain still doesn’t get it. Sadly, I, like many Arizonans, were not surprised by our Senator’s comments.

In a recent interview with Fox News Sunday, Senator McCain said

“As far as young women are concerned, absolutely, I don’t think anybody like me – I can state my position on abortion but, other than that, leave the issue alone, when we are in the kind of economic situation and, frankly, national-security situation that we’re in.”

For the millions of Americans and Arizonans who have supported John McCain for public office because he has claimed to be prolife, this statement is offensive and a betrayal.

We’ve heard this kind of prognostication from Washington insiders in the past who believe that the life issue is a liability in elections or want to avoid it because it’s not popular with some in the media.

But even this ignores reality. America is becoming a prolife nation. The polls continue to trend in our direction, and the wind is at our back – according to the latest Gallup Poll 50% of Americans now call themselves pro-life, while 41% say they are prochoice.

President Ronald Reagan would talk about the three-legged stool of conservatism – strong national security, fiscal responsibility, and a commitment to the social issues. The future of our nation depends on all three – we cannot forsake one for another.

This is the model we must follow going forward and a message Senator McCain needs to hear.

Please join me in contacting Senator McCain to express your disappointment in his statement on national television. Ask him to make it clear that we cannot leave the abortion issue alone as long as thousands of preborn children lose their lives daily and women are being scarred by the abortion industry.

Contact his office at 202.224.2235 or 602.952.2410.

With the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade only weeks away on January 22, I am daily reminded of the nearly 55 million preborn children who have lost their lives and countless women who have been harmed by abortion. This great tragedy of our lifetime will only continue if we are too afraid to stand for what is right and true.