Supporters Brew Aid for Heart of a Marine Your News

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Supporters Brew Aid for Heart of a Marine Your News


Byline: Submitted by The Heart Of A Marine Foundation

The Elk Grove-based Heart Of A Marine Foundation is having a busy summer. Thanks to the generosity and support of many, The Heart Of A Marine Foundation is making an impact for military and veterans in all branches of the United States Armed Forces.

On June 8, Roy Frank, Gold Star dad and co-founder of The Heart Of A Marine Foundation, presented a donation of new clothing to the veterans homeless shelter at James Lovell FHCC/North Chicago VA.

Ms. Adrianne accepted the donation for the Clothes Room, a facility where homeless veterans may "shop" without cost.

Thanks to the continued support of Northrop-Grumman, Rolling Meadows, and its VERITAS members. VERITAS are Veterans, Employees, Reservists, Inspired To Act and Support.

On July 16, this internal organization within Northrop-Grumman presented The Heart Of A Marine Foundation with a $1,000 check. These funds will go to provide leather gloves to disabled veterans in wheelchairs for comfort in mobility.

The Ram Restaurant in Schaumburg once again hosted a fundraiser for The Heart Of A Marine Foundation. On July 19, the Ram donated 10 percent of all sales during a specific time period. They also brewed a beer in honor of the event, Black H'ops Beer. One hundred percent of all cash sales of Black H'ops was donated to The Heart Of A Marine Foundation. …

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