Pizza 4 Patriots is Sending a Slice of Home to Soldiers Overseas July 4

Pizza 4 Patriots, a nonprofit organization, will airdrop pizzas to troops in Afghanistan on the Fourth of July. The organization’s founder, Master Sgt. Mark Evans, spoke to Fox and Friends Sunday morning about its work and sending pizza to our troops for the last seven years:

“It’s just a sheer miracle that we can take care of the troops. I’ve had combat veterans contact us and they said, ‘Here I am, a high-combat veteran, and I started to cry in front of my men to get pizza out in the desert.”

“It’s just a sheer miracle that we can take care of the troops,” he said. “You know, I’ve had combat veterans contact us and they said, ‘Here I am, a high-combat veteran, and I started to cry in front of my men to get pizza out in the desert.’”

The nonprofit organization hopes to send 5,000 pizzas to soldiers this year. “It’s a huge endeavor and we really need help,” Evans said, and he asked viewers to go to pizza4patriots.com to donate.

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