Two WWII Veterans Need Your Help

WWII veterans George Mills and Jim Feezel share their experiences at a FYSV meeting in Madison, Alabama.

Madison, AlabamaForever Young Senior Veterans in Alabama are currently working to return WWII veterans Jim Feezel and George Mills to Belgium and Germany for the 75th anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge, but there’s one major challenge. Both veterans, who are in their 90’s, need their caregivers to accompany them on this trip. That’s where you come in! A special fundraiser is now underway to send both Jim’s and George’s caregivers with them on the trip. First, let’s find out more about Jim & George and their service during WWII.

Jim Feezel is a WWII veteran who was a tank driver and served in Belgium and Germany in 1944 and 1945. Jim is also a liberator of Dachau Prison Camp and with his tank, he knocked down the gates to the gas chamber at Dachau! Forever Young Senior Veterans is returning Jim to Belgium, Germany, and Dachau in September 2019, but again, Jim needs his caregiver to accompany him on this healing journey. You can honor Jim’s service by returning him to the land that he helped to liberate by donating.

George Mills is a WWII veteran who was captured during the Battle of the Bulge and was a POW for 5 months. Forever Young Senior Veterans is returning George to Luxembourg to the very house from which he was captured. George has suffered and sacrificed for our country, and now, you can honor his service and help bring him peace and healing by donating to this effort

Although there are two fundraisers, Jim and George have agreed to split the funds equally. Let’s help both Jim and George by sharing this effort. Make helping Jim and George your purpose right now.

Jim Feezel –

George Mills –

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