BEAUFORT COUNTY, NC (WITN) - The stockings are hung for our soldiers with care!
NC Packs 4 Patriots collected 950 stockings for the Stockings for Soldiers drive.
Bobby Hodges, who helps organize the drive, says they received the most donations this year out of the last five years.
Each year, volunteers donate stockings filled with items for our nation's heroes, including K9's, who cannot make it home for the holidays.
The stockings will be sent overseas just in time for Christmas.
The deadline to give back to our nation's heroes this holiday season is fast approaching.
NC Packs 4 Patriots says the last day to donate a stocking for a soldier overseas is this Wednesday.
Volunteers can fill stockings with items for male, female and K9 soldiers who cannot make it home for the holidays. Items range from sporting equipment like baseballs, to toothpaste, beef jerky and other small items.
Stockings can be picked up and dropped off at Paul Funeral Home & Crematory on John Small Avenue in Washington
A non-profit is working to bring a piece of home to our nation's heroes who are deployed during the holidays.
NC Packs 4 Patriots is hosting their annual Stocking for Soldiers drive beginning Tuesday, October 1.
Stockings are provided for volunteers to fill for soldiers this Christmas. A pamphlet is inside the stocking with a list of items that can be used for male, female and K9 soldiers.
Stockings can be picked up at Paul Funeral Home & Crematory on John Small Avenue in Washington. The deadline to return them is Wednesday, November 27.