|Published:||Aug 28, 2013 6:58 AM EDT|
|Updated:||Aug 28, 2013 11:08 AM EDT|
FORT MYERS, Fla. - Lee Memorial Health System's Military Support Team is continuing its efforts to provide comforts for the troops abroad. Organizers are looking for community support in filling its military care packages.
You can help by donating the following items:
-Dark colored baseball caps
-Foot powder – travel size
-Pop top canned food
-Nail Clippers/nail files
-Camo-colored/dark t-shirts – various sizes
Donation drop-off locations are as follows:
-Cape Coral Hospital– Human Resources (south end of Hospital near doctor’s offices) – Benefits, (239) 424-3500.
-Fountain Court/College Parkway, (239) 454-8766.
- Gulf Coast Medical Center, see Elaine, Administration, 1st floor, (239) 343-0430
- HealthPark Medical Center, Guest Services Department, 1st floor, (239) 343-5210.
- Lee Memorial Hospital, see June in Central Services, 3rd floor, (239) 343-2812.
-Lee Memorial's Santa Barbara campus, see Shirley Guinn, Central Business Office, (239) 242-6038
The Military Support Team is also looking for volunteers and donations at their upcoming special events.
Hug A Hero Fundraiser is on October 12th and October 13th from 1:30 – 5:00 p.m. at Miromar Outlets. The above items will be accepted there.
LMHS Military Support and SHARE Club's Salute to our Veterans Event is November 8th. For more information call (239) 343-2045.
2nd Military Appreciation Day Supporting All Veterans Needs U Served - U Come is Saturday, November 2nd. The support team is looking for businesses who are hiring, and for volunteers.
For more information call (239) 343-2045 and leave a message.
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