Feed Our Vets is sponsoring a FUNDRAISER NIGHT AT IHOP at the New Hartford IHOP.
When: January 23, 2017
Time: 5:00pm – 9:00pm
Location: 535 French Road IHOP
IHOP will donate up to 20% of the total supporters sales to the FEED OUR VETS organization. Simply present this flyer to your server before ordering and we will take it from there. In order to maximize the benefit to the charity, this certificate cannot be used in conjunction with any other coupon or special offer.
Support FEEDING OUR VETS and have a fun family night out!
Time is running out to make a tax deductible donation to Feed Our Vets for 2016.
You can help us feed hungry veterans and their families by making your contribution today, and receive a tax deduction for this year.
Thank you for your support!
Happy New Year!
Executive Director & Founder
FEED OUR VETS
Stony Creek Beer donated $1,181 from their Kick The Keg to Feed Hungry Veterans Event today. Owner David Wollner collected money during his special brew campaign during November, and presented a check to Michael Beattie on Friday Dec 2nd. The money will help fund the Feed our Vets food pantry in Utica New York.
Keep the Stony Creek Beer fundraiser going by donating today.
And when you’re in Connecticut, visit Stony Creek Beer, tell them thanks, and try one of their delicious craft brews!
Stony Creek Beer
5 Indian Neck Ave
Also, like them on Facebook!
“We at Stony Creek Brewery are a small, experienced team with big ambitions and an all-in commitment to Connecticut craft beer.We make progressive craft beers that are both familiar and surprising, and always exceed expectations. Located on the banks of the Branford River, in shoreline Branford, CT, we feature a full lineup of aggressively laid back beers, all available in our beautiful waterfront tasting room and in establishments throughout Connecticut.”
Michael Beattie, who biked 12,000 to help feed veterans in need and support Feed Our Vets veteran hunger programs was interviewed on WCSH’s 207 Show about his experience.
12,000 miles is a long way to travel.
To cover 12,000 miles, you’d have to go between Portland and Presque Isle 42 times.
At age 67, Michael Beattie set out on 12,000 mile bike ride. He circled the country on bike, raising awareness about the need to feed veterans. His work was formally recognized by Congress but little action has been taken.
He says one easy step Washington could take that would make a huge difference for hungry vets: funding our country’s many food banks.
Copyright 2016 WCSH
Be a Part of Giving Tuesday!
#GivingTuesday inspires personal philanthropy and encourages bigger, better and smarter charitable giving during the holiday season, showing that the world truly gives as good as it gets.
Help Feed Hungry Veterans Today for #GIVINGTUESDAY
More than 130,000 Veterans are homeless and hungry on any given night in America.
One in three homeless people in America is a U.S. Military Veteran.
And nearly three million Veterans and their families don’t have enough to eat each month. We provide food for Veteran families.
Feed Our Vets feeds hungry Veterans and their families through Feed Our Vets Food Pantries.
We need your support because our nation’s military Veterans have served and sacrificed for our freedom. Many are returning from war to a weak economy, and struggling with injuries, both physical and mental. Too many Veterans are ending up jobless and homeless. Too many are going hungry. We believe it is our duty to give back to these men and women who have given so much for our country.
Celebrate #GIVINGTUESDAY by making a donation to help feed hungry Veterans and their families today.
If you spend on Black Friday or Cyber Monday, please consider kicking off your holiday giving season with an end-of-year charitable gift on #GivingTuesday. Thank you!