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This week's pictures - MORE THAN ONE MILLION HUGS!!! shipped to troops since June 2004 & more than 1,000 TONS of care package items since Jan. 2005. over 5,000 Christmas boxes were sent overseas this year. We’ve done so much but there is so much more to do…Happy Hugging Everyone!!!

The Hugs Project is committed to improving life for our dedicated U.S. Military.

Our "mission" is to give a "hug" (handmade items for warmth or cooling depending on season) to every American serving in the Middle East. We want every deployed troop & American civilian to know we support their mission to protect our freedoms and to provide freedom to the people of the Middle East. This is our way of saying "Thank you, we appreciate you for the difficult job you do".

Our main troop emphasis right now is writing LOTS of letters, making cooling ties and sending care packages.

If anyone browsing the site would like to help us meet the needs of our outstanding troops in harm's way, please contact Karen at TheHugsProject(at)cox.net for ways you can help. We hope you will consider participating in support of America's finest.

The Hugs Project©2005 is a non profit organization & your donations are fully tax deductible.  100% of donations go toward letting deployed Americans & our allies know that they are respected & that they are NOT forgotten. A donation of $50.00 will pay for 1 care package full of wonderful items and the postage to ship. You can donate via PayPal or send a check to The Hugs Project 720 W. Wilshire, Suite 105 Oklahoma City, OK 73116.

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  • 3047
  • Military
  • May 31, 2004
  • English

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