(PRWEB) September 15, 2004
The Armed Forces Radio Network, an online streaming radio station dedicated to providing broadcast quality radio and information to the personnel of all divisions of the armed forces, police, and firefighters at home and around the world, has decided to raise and distribute funds to help those families Âtorn apart to defend AmericaÂ.
Shaun Kroese, the owner of Armed Forces Radio Network who is better known as Koz on the air, said, ÂThere are services [to support the families of armed forces ] out there already, but we are going to go one step beyond the call of duty. We are there to assist for lifeÂwhatever is needed, we have taken it upon ourselves to be there. After all, they are fighting crime, corruption, fires, and a war for freedom.Â
The Armed Forces Radio Network will provide funding for Housing, Medical, Scholarships, and many other needs to the families of armed forces members who have been killed or critically injured in the line of duty, as well as for victims of crime, terrorism, fires, and accidental death.
The Armed Forces Radio Network is a nonprofit operation. To make a donation, get more information about Armed Forces Radio Network, or listen to some good free music, go to their website at http://www.afrn.net
About Armed Forces Radio Network
The Armed Forces Radio Network website and streaming radio station is dedicated to becoming a focal point with a huge volume of information. Whatever the needs of any armed forces service member, police officer, firefighter, National Guard, veterans or volunteers may be, they should and will be able to find it on the website and hear promotional information on the radio station. These are brave men and women who fight our wars, battle our fires, fight crime and corruption and stand in harms way to protect our freedom.
It is Armed Forces Radio NetworkÂs goal to direct monetary support for the families torn apart to support America. Be it by losing a loved one in an operation protecting freedom or other combative endeavors, be they Âfamily of fallen heroesÂ, or the victims of fires, hurricanes, tornadoes, and or other natural disasters, acts of terrorism, crime, and unexpected tragedies, Armed Forces Radio Network plans on being there to assist.
Armed Forces Radio Network will set up endowments for the families of our armed forces killed or critically injured in service to our great nation, and will accomplish this with the least amount of red tape and the lowest overhead. It is our duty to support the USA.
About Shaun Kroese
Shaun Kroese was in a serious head on collision in 1990 that took not only his ability to walk, but his house, his family, and many of his friends. After the accident, Shaun had nowhere to go. He eventually found an understanding landlord who gave him a place to stay, and a court order had his disability checks sent to him rather than his ex-wife. He went through months of rehabilitation and finally regained the ability to walk, but his experiences in life have led him to do what he can to help those around him. At this time, he is still receiving disability, however he was still able to take out a second mortgage on his home to purchase and maintain the Armed Forces Radio Network station. He continues to give as much as he can to serve his country and the people fighting to protect it, and asks only that others do the same.
There is a saying that Shaun tries to follow: "I expect to pass through this world but once; any good things that I can do, or any kindness that I can show to my fellow creatures, let me show it now. Let me not defer or neglect it, for I shall not pass this way again."
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