Support Our Troops for President’s Day by Donating to Warm Feet for Warriors

WashingtonIn honor of the February 22 birthday of George Washington, our first President and decorated general, The Grady Firm will be supporting the troops that keep us safe and make sacrifices for the good of our country.

Believe it or not, one of the items that is most requested from service members and veterans is socks! Just think how nice a brand new pair of socks feel when you slip your feet in… Soldiers’ Angels wants to help keep our troops and veterans’ toes feeling toasty, and you can help! Start a sock collection drive & send NEW socks in all colors and sizes in their original packaging. Warm Feet For Warriors will distribute the socks to veterans in VA Hospitals and include them in their care packages to deployed to soldiers around the world. You can drop off your socks at our office in Beverly Hills (8383 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 800, Beverly Hills, CA 90211), or send your socks directly to:

Soldiers AngelsSoldiers’ Angels
2700 NE Loop 410, Suite 310
San Antonio, Texas 78217

If you have any questions about the campaign, please email:, or if you want to drop off socks at our firm, email

It’s so easy! Click here for socks that you can send to Soldiers’ Angels directly with your Amazon Prime membership.  Thank you for your kind donation!

About Soldiers’ Angels

SA 2“May No Soldier Go Unloved” encapsulates the motivation behind Soldiers’ Angels. The volunteers of Soldiers’ Angels work tirelessly supporting our nation’s veterans, wounded heroes, deployed service members and their families.

In 2017 alone, Soldiers’ Angels provided over $17 million in aid to over 360,000 service members, veterans, wounded heroes, and military families. Through the Deployed Support Programs, combat deployed service members were supported with 27,186 care packages and 132,394 letters. The Veteran Support Program served over 22,100 veterans with food assistance and handed out over 33,500 items bedside to patients in VA Hospitals across the country. Through the seasonal Adopt-A-Family program, Soldiers’ Angels volunteers “adopted” 1,224 military families, that included 3,218 military children. New and expectant wives of combat deployed as well as active duty female service members were provided 1,433 baby boxes to help them welcome their new bundles of joy. Soldiers’ Angels volunteers are the heart of the organization and logged over 148,000 volunteer hours just in 2017!

To see more about how Soldiers’ Angels supports the troops and their families, read about their programs.

About The Grady Firm, P.C.

JGrady Firm-Logo-2016The Grady Firm, P.C. attorneys specialize in helping businesses grow and succeed through
employment, business, and immigration law advising for clients in California.  They help perform personnel audits, draft/revise Employee Handbooks, train employers on employment law compliance, provide on-demand legal analysis for hiring and firing questions, and provide leadership and sexual harassment training in English and Spanish.  They also help employees and families achieve the American Dream through legal immigration.

To learn more about ensuring your business is compliant with state and local laws, schedule a complimentary 15-minute consultation with The Grady Firm’s attorneys; call +1 (323) 450-9010; or fill out a Contact Request Form.

*This article is for informational purposes only, and does not constitute legal advice or create an attorney-client relationship. This article does not make any guarantees as to the outcome of a particular matter, as each matter has its own set of circumstances and must be evaluated individually by a licensed attorney.

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