New Hampshire Woman Collects Thousands Of Holiday Cards For Service Members
Thanks to a woman from Hollis, New Hampshire, more than 43,000 soldiers will get cards this holiday season. Laura Landerman-Garber started a nonprofit organization called "Holiday Cards 4 Our Military, New Hampshire Challenge," according to WMUR. Her goal was to collect 25,000 cards, and she surpassed that goal by collecting thousands more than she expected. The cards are full of love and appreciation, as per WMUR.
Landerman-Garber wrote on her Facebook page that she was "inspired by the outpouring of support from all points North, South, East and West in New Hampshire and from Pennsylvania, Florida, D.C. and Maryland." She also said the cards will be "bundled up into boxes this week, and sent off to our amazing deployed troops all over the world."
You can see pictures of some of the holiday cards and find out more about this nonprofit on the "Holiday Cards 4 Our Military" Facebook page.