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Letters of Thanks: Thankful for those who support local Veterans

Every time there has been a need that would help us serve our Veterans
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A theme of immense gratitudehas emerged from nonprofit organizations throughout Longmont throughout the year and the pandemic. In a series of letters throughout the day, Longmont nonprofit organizations are sending out their heartfelt thanks to the Longmont community for the support they have received. The Longmont Leader accepts contributions, photos, and op-eds for publication from community members, business leaders and public officials on local topics. Publication will be at the discretion of the editor and published opinions do not represent the views of the Longmont Leader or its staff. To submit a contribution, email info@longmontleader.com.

 

Dear Longmont,

Our mission is impossible to do without community — it’s our middle name for a reason. This year, we couldn’t be more grateful to the people of Longmont for the love you’ve all shown. You’ve donated everything from goods for outreach and Welcome Home packages for Veterans we’ve housed, to your time and expertise at events and in getting our Outreach Center up and running. We couldn’t have done this without you.

Every time there has been a need that would help us serve our Veterans, Longmont and surrounding communities have stepped up, and to say we are incredibly grateful for you is an understatement. You understand our mission, and we know in the coming year our extended family here will continue show up to help us serve those who served.  

Enduring and heartfelt thanks from the team at Veterans Community Project — Longmont.

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