Shot by a sniper while on combat patrol, Matthew Keil, pictured here with his wife and daughter, suffered a spinal cord injury and is now a quadriplegic. His wife, Tracy, says, "The Coalition provided financial relief within weeks of my husband's injury and came to our aid when we didn't know where else to turn."
Dear Gen. Singlaub,
As a patriotic American it saddens me to learn disabled troops who have made excruciatingly painful sacrifices for our country are struggling to put food on the table.
So I'm glad to hear the Coalition to Salute America's Heroes is trying to help as many wounded troops as possible by sending them $60 to provide their families with an Easter meal.
I know that as a charitable organization, the Coalition can't provide food for even ONE wounded soldier without help from patriotic Americans like me so I will do my part.
Moreover I agree Easter is the perfect time to thank and honor America's wounded heroes for the sacrifices they have made for us. So I am making a tax-deductible Easter donation to the Emergency Easter Meal Project in the amount of: