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SRS Raise the Roof Foundation Donates 12 Airline Tickets to Luke’s Wings For Family Travel after Chattanooga Tragedy

McKinney, TX – July 22, 2015:   

 

Twelve individuals will be able to travel to see their loved ones after a donation from the SRS Raise the Roof Foundation to Luke’s Wings.  The donations benefitted families affected by the tragic shooting of five members of the U.S. military in Chattanooga, TN, last week.

 

The SRS Raise the Roof Foundation donated $4,200 to buy 12 airline tickets through Luke’s Wings for the families affected by the tragedy.

 

“Luke’s Wings continues to step forward in amazing ways to support our military heroes,” Dan Tinker, President and COO of SRS Distribution Inc., said. “SRS Distribution Inc. and the SRS Raise the Roof Foundation have been proud supporters of Luke’s Wings for several years now, and we applaud their efforts to help support those affected by this terrible tragedy. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims and their families.”

 

Luke’s Wings will be reaching out to the family members and survivors of the five service members that were killed, to provide complimentary flights and travel services for all necessary emergency transportation.

Minuteman Disaster Response Benefits from $50,000 Contribution

McKinney, TX – July 10, 2015:   

 

When a disaster occurs, Minuteman Disaster Response goes into action.  The organization is set up to augment the efforts of federal, state and local first responders, who are the first on the scene to assess damage and begin the crucial initial steps in cleanup and protection of communities and its citizens.

 

Their efforts take a huge commitment of resources.  Equipment and people must be deployed quickly and efficiently.  To help Minuteman Disaster Response, the SRS Raise the Roof Foundation recently donated $50,000 to their efforts.  The money is specifically targeted for the purchase of a vehicle that is used on-site by the responders after a disaster strikes.

 

The vehicle is designed to relay information rapidly to news stations.  Personnel operating the vehicle are able to talk with meteorologists , using specific predictive equipment to share on-the-ground weather events, helping those sharing weather news increase their accuracy.

 

“Disaster relief is one of the core areas the SRS Raise the Roof Foundation supports,” Ron Ross, Chairman and CEO of SRS Distribution Inc. and of the SRS Raise the Roof Foundation, said. “We are proud to support an organization like Minuteman Disaster Response to help protect the lives of others through providing potentially life-saving information and medical response to those who have been negatively affected by natural disasters.”

 

The SRS Raise the Roof Foundation intends to continue to support the efforts of Minuteman Disaster Response through annual general contributions to their organization.  

Luke's Wings



SRS Acquisition Corporation Proudly supports Luke's Wings: http://www.lukeswings.org/


Luke’s Wings
was founded in January of 2008 by a group of young people who observed the struggles of our wounded warriors at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Luke’s Wings was named after two people, Luke Shirley (a wounded warrior at Walter Reed who lost an arm and a leg in an EID blast) and Sarah Wingfield, a Redskins Cheerleader Ambassador who was visiting the troops at Walter Reed in May, 2007 when she met Luke…ergo, “Luke’s Wings.”

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STAFF SARGEANT TRAVIS MILLS, US ARMY

 

SRS Raise the Roof Foundation Proudly Supports Staff Sergeant Travis Mills and His Family:



United States Army Staff Sergeant Travis Mills of the 82nd Airborne, on his third tour of duty in Afghanistan, was critically injured on April 10th, 2012 by an IED (improvised explosive device) while on patrol, losing portions of both legs and both arms. He is only the fourth quadruple amputee, from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, to survive his injuries. Thanks to his amazing strength, courage, an incredible will to live, the heroic actions of the men in his unit, and the prayers of thousands, Travis has returned to the Walter Reed Army Medical Center, near Washington DC, where he is on the road to recovery. Every day is a battle, but Travis continues to astound friends and family alike with his progress and with his amazing spirit. SSG Travis Mills is a genuine American hero, and for his incredible sacrifice, we are forever in his debt. More...




The Gosse family

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Brooklyn is our little miracle, born December 21, 2011. She was born with four different heart defects. (Atrial Septal Defect,Ventricular Septal Defect, Patent Ductus


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Rich Ross