Supply Brothers to aid disabled vets

Dear Editor:
Last year we had tremendous support from Hoboken to help us raise money. This year, we are asking for Hoboken’s help again. Happy Holidays and Happy New Year. Supply Brothers, an online discount office supply company, announces their commitment to Disabled American War Veterans.
Until Jan. 31, they will donate $1 for every order placed to the Disabled American Veterans Charitable Service Trust (DAV), a non-profit organization that supports physical and psychological rehabilitation programs for American war veterans. Last year we donated $1 for every order placed to The Feeding America Network. Thanks to the kind hearts of the American people, we were able to donate a sizable contribution.
We know this past year has been a challenging one for everyone and money is tight. However, we are not asking for your money. We are simply asking to place just one order, for your normal office supplies, with us. We will pledge that $1 of our profits is made to DAV. Made up exclusively of men and women disabled in our nation’s defense, the 1.2 million-member Disabled American Veterans (DAV) is a non profit charity dedicated to building better lives for America’s disabled veterans and their families. Supply Brothers will tally the orders and send the donation to the Disabled American Veterans Charitable Service Trust. Orders can be placed directly through Our intent is to support the great people of this nation that have served and sacrificed their lives. We were especially impressed with DAV’s services and their efficiency when helping our veterans. I encourage you to visit their website and read the stories from some of our veterans.

Aaron Gerard,
CEO Supply Brothers Inc.

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