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If you still have an xl shirt, i am willing ti trade. i have a Hungarian, brand new...Xl
1312 Ave K
Hawarden, IA 51023
I would be interested in trading XL shirt
I would exchange with pleasure a T-shirt and a pullover if you should be in it interrestet!
The project is about sharing common threads, a uniform memorial patch that we can all wear as a lasting tribute and raising funds.
Organizations that have benefited by monetary or merchandise donations in the past are:
- The UFA Widows and Children's Fund
- World Memorial
- Terry Farrell Scholarship Fund
- San Antonio Burned Out Survivors
- Esperanza Firefighters Fund
Please visit the website when you have a moment and consider supporting this successful worldwide effort. Funds will continue to be donated and raised to host a west coast 10 Year 9/11 Event called, "Nine11-Twenty11."
Also interested in other items you might want to see with either of the designs on them (eg. window decals, ball caps, T-shirts, job shirts, military versions, etc.)
Thanks in advance for having a look!
Brett Hill- Founder
9/11 Patch Project
Welcome to the family where the language and reasoning importate the border is not in our work is to save lives regardless of color, religion or social position, much less. The important thing in our work does not need language to communicate, or borders to help. greetings from Mexico.
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