Share a story with someone you love!
Service members are not the only ones affected by the challenges of physical separation. When a family moves, everyone is affected often making the ability to connect with those they love a challenge.
We’re trying to help military children maintain connections with those they love no matter where their family’s military journey might take them. Participants will get the opportunity to show off their reading skills and share a story with the special people in their lives and those recipients will have a forever memory of that child.
Contact Programs Manager Edmund Lebita at firstname.lastname@example.org to setup your time to create memories.
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