Saint Vincent Hospital Helps VMCE
We at the Veterans Miracle Center would like to Express our Heart Felt Thanks to all the participated in this Awesome Event that has not only helped out the Center , but other organizations.
Thank You and Merry Christmas
Locals Help Our Vets
Tonight at the Veterans Miracle Center we had Jim and Michelle come and delivered some dinner boxes to some worthy veterans and their family's.We want to thank Jim and Michelle for giving from their heart.Merry Christmas to you all.Posted by Veterans Miracle Center Erie on Wednesday, December 19, 2018
InDecember, Jim and Michelle came and delivered some dinner boxes to some worthy veterans and their family’s.
We want to thank Jim and Michelle for giving from their heart.
Merry Christmas to you all
“All gave some – some gave all.”
To you, a Veteran of the United States Military, these are not mere words but a reality. To give yourself to defend and protect our nation cost you something – some paid the ultimate price, while others are left with broken bodies, a broken mind, or a broken heart. The toll that war takes on a man echos far beyond the battlefield. We recognize the price you’ve paid then and now, and we sincerely thank you. We thank you for what you’ve done for us, and now we’d like to give back to you.
Our service to you pales in comparison to the sacrifice you’ve made for the freedom we carry today, but it is our mission to see that Veterans and their families are recognized, cared for, and thriving.
Veterans Miracle Center Erie provides Veterans assistance in the form of basic life necessities such as clothing, hygiene products, housewares and more to Homeless, at risk or low income men and women Veterans in Erie, Crawford, and Venango counties. To qualify for VMCE services, Veterans must provide proof of Veteran status and have a demonstrated need. The products provided are new, and are provided at no cost to the Veteran.