Most Shared

WHAM13 - Search Results

The following is an archived video story. The text content of that video story is available below for reference. The original video has been deleted and is no longer available.

Students help troops with Christmas giving

Rochester, N.Y. -  More than 150 students at the University of Rochester helped the non-profit group "Full Circle Home" wrap gift boxes for injured troops. The troops are then able to give them to their families for the holidays.

 "They say more than anything they want their families taken care of and provided for and remembered at the holidays, said Director Lisa Miller. And they're on bases far from a store, so it's a wonderful way to empower them to give them the opportunity to write a card and send it home to the person they love."

 Five-thousand boxes were wrapped by volunteers on Sunday.

They'll go to injured troops at the Walter Reed Medical Center in Maryland.

Advertise with us!


Washington Times