Broward County, FL - The Navy League of the United States - Broward County, FL Council is working with Seafarers’ House, another non-profit organization to provide care packages to our military serving in Afghanistan.
Seafarers' House, of Fort Lauderdale, in cooperation with the Broward County Council of the Navy League donated numerous boxes of personal care items for military personnel at the Joint Command in Kabul, Afghanistan. Joe Giambrone, Navy League South Florida Area President, is a volunteer at Seafarers’ House and helped with the Seafarers’ House Christmas shoe box program. He worked with Chaplain Gregory Worch and Executive Director Lesley Warrick to obtain their assist with the Broward County Council’s care package program.
Broward County Council Directors Al and Shelly Stein have been responsible for providing care packages to deployed Marines and Sailors for many years. To date more than 300 packages have been sent. Seafarers’ House and the Broward County, FL Council of the Navy League look forward to continuing their partnership of supporting our military and seafarers from around the world.
Seafarers' House at Port Everglades is a cooperation among all faiths, labor, business and civic leaders with a mission "to offer refuge, resources, renewal and respect to the maritime community through multi-faith service.” With the help of its supporters and volunteers, Seafarers' House offers low cost international phone calls, free transportation, Internet access, counseling services, liaison with authorities as well as recreational facilities.