Nevada military support alliance offers a way to donate to fallen guardsmen

CARSON CITY SHERIFF’S OFFICE NEWS RELEASE

CARSON CITY – The Nevada Military Support Alliance (NMSA) has established a way to donate to the families of the Guard members killed in Tuesday’s shooting rampage in Carson City. Those interested in making a donation to support the families of the fallen may do so at www.nvmilitarysupport.org.

Once on the page, click the red “Nevada National Guard Victims of 9/6/11” button.

In the middle of the next page, choose “NEVADA MILITARY Support Alliance” from the drop-down menu. Fill-in the fields and then press the “submit” button.

Donations may be made in honor of, or in memory of: The Nevada Guardsmen; Maj. Heath A. Kelly; Sgt. 1st Class Christian Riege; or Sgt. 1st Class Miranda McElhiney.

Questions may be directed to the NMSA Executive Director, Teresa Di Loreto-Long, at (775) 691-2770

The Nevada Military Support Alliance is a 501-C-3 Tax Exempt Public Charity and is funded by private donations. It is designed to provide support to all Nevadans who have served or are presently serving in the United States military and is governed by a 13 member board of directors that oversees the activities and operations.

The NMSA is not directly affiliated with the Nevada National Guard.

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1 comments
Shan Arcobello
Shan Arcobello

Hi Teresa- The VA is sponsoring a Valentines for Veteran event on Monday February 13th, 2012. We would like a donor to give at least 2, television sets (42"screen - minimum)as prizes for our raffle. Our sponsor for last year gave 52" screens. If you have questions please call me at 775-788-5560x6910, John Howard at 775-786-7200x1491 or Nigel Burns 775-788-5511. John is Department Chief for Volunteer Services, Nigel and myself are members of the V for V Committee. I thank you in advance and hope to hear from you soon.