By Paul Pannone
eWedNewz has learned of a campaign by FLOW Formals, makers of Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren and other branded men’s tuxedos, to give a portion of sales of a specified style tuxedo to the Children of Fallen Soldiers Relief fund. The plan was released yesterday in Atlanta to trade partners explaining the move to the formal wear industry before releasing details to the public.
The Children of Fallen Soldiers Relief Fund was chose because of their low cost of operation and dedication to helping the families of military persons killed serving America.
“It’s a great cause and one that is very charitable. We looked at several organizations and picked the Children of Fallen Soldiers because of the way the organization operates and how dedicated the efforts are,” according to Brian Weintraub of FLOW.
The organization was founded in October 2003 to help families surviving children and spouses of our U.S. military service members who lost their lives serving their country.
“Administrative costs of running the organization are very low (between 3-8% according to CFSRF’s website) and that means the money is really getting to family members of the soldiers– that’s very important,” Weintraub told eWedNewz.
Further details will be released, as they become available. If you would like to donate please visit www.cfsrf.com
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