Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease Foundation
On August 4, 2014, our friends, the McGill's lost a wonderful father and husband, Ray McGill, to the debilitating and always fatal disease CDJ. Ray was only 62 years old, a retired NJ Police Captain, and diagnosed barely a month before he died with no warning signs.
Less than a year before, fellow Green Beret Sgt. Tim McGill, pictured here with Ray, was killed in Afghanistan on September 21st, 2013. It's been a never ending heartbreak for the McGill family and all who love and care about them.
Megan McGill, Tim's younger sister, has started this campaign to honor their Dad, and help support other families touched by this devastating disease. The CDJ foundation is matching all contributions. (click box below to find out more)
I am a proud supporter of the SOWF.
For the third year, I am thrilled to be a part of -
Troopathon 2014 -
Donate now to send a care package to our troops! (yes, they are still over there)
my interview about why it's so important for us soldiers to receive care packages when deployed overseas...
Alaska's Healing Hearts
Horses For Heroes
Troopathon: Salute our Troops: June 27th, 2013
For the 2nd year I took part in the 6th annual Troopathon...a one day charity webathon to support U.S. troops in the field by sending as many care packages as possible. Check out the website troopathon.org and donate if you can!
What does it mean to a soldier to get a care package?
Listen to my Interview on the Dennis Miller Radio Show
UPDATE: 2013 goal 400K - current tally $344, 464 2011 Final Tally : $507,843.00
© 2015 Terry Schappert