ARMS reaches out to fellow New Jerseyans to help “our own”
on: April 23, 2008, 4:58 pm
Release Author: OurMonmouth.com
Release Summary: This year NJ will experience the biggest troop
activation of our National Guard and Reserves since WWII. We cannot
continue doing what we have done so well for the past 5 years
without everyone’s help. 3,200 troops will be deployed to
Iraq and Afghanistan, they and their families will need comfort
both abroad and at home and ARMS can supply this with help from
all fellow New Jerseyans. Please help our campaign and donate
a tax deductible donation to A.R.M.S.
Release Body: Red Bank, NJ, April 14th, 2008: American
Recreational Military Services (ARMS) an all volunteer
501c3 is asking for your help. This year NJ will
experience the biggest troops surge since WWII. We cannot continue
doing what we have done so well for the past 5 years without everyone’s
help. 3,200 troops will be deployed, they and their families will
need comfort both abroad and at home and ARMS can supply this
with help from all fellow New Jerseyans.
Our biggest expense is packaging material and shipping cost. The
average comfort package that we send to the troops cost about
$10.00 in postage to ship. We do not get a shipping cost discount
from the U.S. Post Office The content of the packages are all
donated by the wonderful school children, parents, church groups,
civic groups, veteran organizations and business owners, of NJ.
Over the past 5 years we have shipped over 20,000 packages to
The impact your can make on these families lives with your support
cannot be underestimated. Your donations either financial, goods,
or time is critical to our success. To show our appreciation of
your support OurMonmouth.com
has committed to recognize any business, organization, or individual
that contributes over $250 with a featured spot on the homepage.
is a local business and community directory of Monmouth County.
American Recreational Military Services (A.R.M.S),
a 501 (c)(3) Public Charity was founded in 2003
by a group of grass roots volunteers who wanted to give something
back to the military and their families. In a matter of months,
this small organization had grown from just a handful to more
than 325 volunteers throughout the tri-state area. A.R.M.S.
continues to provide services to local armories throughout the
region. A.R.M.S. supports the area unit
Family Readiness Groups, as well as providing direct
assistance to family members in need. In addition, A.R.M.S.
has been working with the local military bases to address quality
of life issues for soldiers and their families.
Details: If you’d like more information about this topic,
or to schedule an interview with Ronnie Micciulla, please call
(732) 890-4914 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.