November 7, 2021
2pm to 5pm
doors open at 1:00
The Lady Patriots are sponsoring a BINGO to benefit the Tunnel to Towers Foundation.
Gift Certificates valued $50 and up
VFW #518 · 355 Glebe Road · Easton, MD 21601
$25 if you pre-register
$30 at the door
To Register: Call Connie Sheer at 410-924-2231
Doors will open at 1:00pm.
Some of the proceeds from the bingo will be used to honor the 20 Year Anniversary of 9/11.
don't miss this fun event
Thank you for your donations & support!
On September 11, 2021, in honor of the 20th anniversary of the attack on the United States of America, The Lady Patriots donated $3,000.00 to Tunnel to Towers Foundation.
The Tunnel to Towers Foundations honors the sacrifice of firefighter Stephen Siller who laid down his life to save others on September 11, 2001. After working his shift, Stephen had left the firehouse and headed to Long Island to meet his brothers when he heard of the attack. He called his wife and immediately turned around his truck to head back. But the tunnel had already been closed to vehicular traffic. Stephen put on his 60-lbs of firefighter geared and hiked from the Tunnel to the Towers to save lives.
This amazing organization was set up by his family and is dedicated to honor our military and first responders who continue to make the supreme sacrifice of life and limb for our country.
our Next Project .... Helping the people of Talbot County
Please help us raise money to add a K-9 dog to the Talbot County Sheriff's K-9 Unit!
These dogs are highly trained in detecting narcotics and currency as well as assisting their handlers in patrol functions.
Raven, Fred, & Archie - professional K-9s dedicated to helping our community!
What's different about our fundraisers?
our event are really fun
the proceeds improve the lives of local veterans, first responders, and their families
YOUR donations stay local and support YOUR community
WHY WE SERVE VETERANS,
FIRST RESPONDERS, & THEIR FAMILIES
They fought for our freedom & independence. It's time to give back.
Help give Veterans,
and their families
Help transition our heroes
from dependent to active family and community members.
Help return these heroes to the independent outdoor activities of Maryland's Eastern Shore life that they so enjoy.
Proudly serving Veterans, First Responders and their families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland
What we do for Veterans, First Responders & their families
Our initial project goal was to provide mobility, independence & outreach support for Veterans, First Responders & families who lost that function.
Our mission has expanded to help those who give so much for our safety and freedom.
Where your hard earned money goes ...
Your donations have brought independence to a veteran.
THANK YOU for your support! Read the story in the Talbot Spy!
Rick Lawson LOVES his all-terrain Action Track chair. Thank you!
Helping us deliver the chair to Rick: Mark Grehlinger of Off Road Track Chair and Hank Wheatley of Heroes Haven of MD. A HUGE THANKS to all who supported our efforts and helped us raise over $16,000 for this all-terrain Action Track Wheelchair.
Raised $1,000 to help a veteran's widow repair her roof. UPDATE: Roof repairs are completed!
Assisted with groceries & rent for a veteran & family.
Continued financial support to local veterans for
care of service dogs
THANK YOU SPONSORS & SUPPORTERS!!!
We raise money the old-fashioned way!
Sponsorships by local, small businesses
Generous donations by individuals
Lots of hard work and creativity
We appreciate your support. How can you help?
Buy a raffle ticket when you see us
Organize a Facebook fundraiser
Host a creative fundraiser with your friends
Invite us to speak at your events
Who are The Lady Patriots of the Eastern Shore?
In January 2017 eight women - friends and colleagues – decided they wanted to do something meaningful and rewarding that would involve the recognition of our local veterans and first responders.
We started with an ambitious project ... to raise $16,000 for an all-terrain wheelchair before the October 2018 Hunting Season.
Then we received a call from a veteran's widow with a leaking roof.
We couldn't say no and continued with our grass roots, old-fashioned fund raising methods.
Thanks to our Sponsors and the generous Eastern Shore community, our first two projects have been successful.
While we have grown from 8 to 38, we can use your help. Please join us!