The fundraising drive will run from July 1 – July 31 at participating PostNet Neighborhood Business Centers across the U.S. Customers can donate by:
- Visiting their PostNet Neighborhood Business Center and donating at the store counter.
- Donating online at www.active.com/donate/TeamFisherHouse/PostNet.
“We are proud to continue our fundraising efforts for Fisher House and grateful to be able to support those who serve our country and their families,” said Steve Greenbaum, co-founder and CEO of PostNet. “Many of our customers, employees and franchise owners have a loved one who served in the military, or are military veterans themselves, so the cause is very near and dear to us.”
PostNet’s national support for Fisher House began in 2008. The company was introduced to the cause by Lynne Killion, a PostNet store owner in Dearborn, Mich. Her son was injured by an IED during a tour in Iraq, and Lynne’s husband stayed at a Fisher House at Fort Hood while he was hospitalized. Fisher House builds “comfort homes” on the grounds of major military and VA medical centers. Because members of the military must often travel great distances for specialized medical care, these homes enable family members to stay close to loved ones free of charge during these difficult times.
Founded in 1993, Denver-based PostNet has more than 700 locations worldwide, including several hundred U.S. locations. Each locally owned and operated PostNet Neighborhood Business Center specializes in meeting the design, printing, copying and shipping needs of businesses and busy consumers, with a focus on exceptional, personal customer service. PostNet centers offer full-service digital printing; full- and self-service copying; document binding and finishing; and services like graphic design, computer rental stations, private mailbox rentals and more. They also offer expert packaging services and shipping with UPS, FedEx, DHL and the U.S. Postal Service. To learn more, visit www.postnet.com.