Thursday, 23 May 2024 13:56

Suburban Propane Collaborates with Operation Adopt A Soldier in Saratoga to Provide More than 500 Care Packages for Troops

 Representatives from Suburban Propane’s Fort Edward, location assembled care packages at Operation Adopt A Soldier in Saratoga.  Photo provided. See Story pg. 6 Representatives from Suburban Propane’s Fort Edward, location assembled care packages at Operation Adopt A Soldier in Saratoga. Photo provided. See Story pg. 6

WHIPPANY, NEW JERSEY — More than 500 care packages were assembled for local troops serving overseas. The event involved a collaboration between Suburban Propane Partners and Operation Adopt A Soldier and included letters written by Suburban Propane employees from across the region, snacks, games, and other necessities that will serve as a reminder of home and a symbol of gratitude for their service. 

“Operation Adopt A Soldier is an all-volunteer, not for profit 501c3 organization with a goal to raise and maintain awareness to the American people of the day to day sacrifices our military men and women and their families make to protect our freedoms,” Cliff Seguin, Founder and Chairman, Operation Adopt A Soldier, said in a statement.  “In 2023, we mailed over 6,300 boxes to our troops and are so grateful to Suburban Propane for their support so that we can be as successful this year.”

 

 

Operation Adopt A Soldier, Inc. was founded in 2003 by Cliff Seguin and Dominick Commisso at the Mt. McGregor Correctional Facility in Wilton. 

“As a veteran employer, Suburban Propane is honored to join Operation Adopt A Soldier in their mission to support our troops, who selflessly serve this country every day to protect our freedoms,” said Nandini Sankara, of Suburban Propane. 

The company is a nationwide distributor of propane, renewable propane, renewable natural gas, fuel oil and related products and services, as well as a marketer of natural gas and electricity and investor in low carbon fuel alternatives. 

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