» December 25th, 2013
» December 12th, 2013
They are just a few of the hands that helped donate “One Ton” of sweet treats to send to our soldiers. Together, for the 3rd year, Dr. Rob, Dr. Franz, 6 schools from Bucks County, both the Boy Scouts, and the Girl Scouts from Assumption Parrish in Feasterville, Pa., and many-many others throughout Philadelphia made sure our Troops will receive a little extra in their packages for quite awhile.
» November 27th, 2013
There are many things to be thankful for on Thanksgiving. Our Families, Freedom, Safety, and the opportunity to live our lives in the manor we choose are among the most important. Our soldiers stationed around the world provide us with with all of these; and they are “Our Families”. On this Thanksgiving all who have come together with Food4Troops would like to wish our protecters a Happy and Safe Thanksgiving and our reassurance that our mission of thanks and support will continue until your mission is achieved and everyone is home.
Rich, Sue, Joe, and Cheryl
» November 13th, 2013
Girl Scouts Collect Candy For the Troops
3rd Grade Brownie Troop 7718 & 1st Grade Daisy Troop 71049 from Visitation BVM School in Trooper, PA hosted a candy drive for the troops. The girls received the full support of the school and the response was overwhelming. They filled over 46 boxes with candy from all the donations. The girls in each troop, along with some home room classes, also made cards for the troops expressing their thanks and wishing them well.
» November 11th, 2013
We sleep safe in the knowledge that our Troops are always there for us. Safe in the knowledge that they are ready to make the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. On this Veterans Day, Food4Troops along with all Americans would like to say a special “Thank You” to our Veterans and Soldiers, both here , and all over the world for the freedoms they unselfishly provide.
» October 11th, 2013
Food4Troops would like to say “Thank You” to Sam Barder, and the veterans at American Legion Post 735, and VFW Post #2 for their generous donations that sent our soldiers a taste of home. Richard Bucher, the founder of Food4Troops, has promised both a song, and a dance, at this special Karaoke Night for our men, and women in uniform serving in a war zone.
» September 18th, 2013
This year Bob Refice turned (##). The first year we met Bob he was only known to us as The Flash; for he would run by our table at the Doylestown Farmeres market, drop an envelope in our bucket and keep on running without a word. The next time he was mistakenly identified as a dentist that helps us, still running by with only a drop, and a thank you for helping our soldiers. He then became known as Dr. Rob. This year after many drops and finally being properly identified as just Bob, due to the fact he doesn’t fill teeth, his birthday wish was to send his birthday gifts to Food4Troops to be passed onto our soldiers with his message of support. Not only would we like to wish Bob a Happy Birthday but also we would like to thank Him, and his wife, and all who donated his wish; a birthday present for the troops. Through your donations Food4Troops will be able to send our soldiers, and veterans the message that
» September 5th, 2013
The first thing Kevin Marcus thought of when his buddy Rich Bucher told him he was starting a non-profit called Food4Troops was “How can I help”? Since that day 2 years ago Kevin has held 2 golf outings, personally donated several times, and even asked his daughter Danielle and Alpha Sigma Tau to pitch in. Together they have donated close to $3000. Food4Troops would like to say Thank you to Kevin, and all his golf buddies for their continued support and the help they provide to keep on telling our Soldiers;
» June 12th, 2013
Food4Troops would like to say thank you to Wanda Rinker, the student teams of The Community Middle School in Plainsboro New Jersey, Principal Gerard Dalton, and the teachers; Elizabeth Randolph, Steve Schaeffer, Karen, Black, Nancy Meck, and Heather Horan, for their support in our effort to send our soldiers, serving in a war zone, a “taste of home”. With your donations Food4Troops was able to send our soldiers 30 caring packages, and many letters of support with your message that ;
» May 15th, 2013
For the last three years, at our booth at ‘The Doylestown Farmers Market”, in the blink of an eye a tall gentleman along with his wife appears and without a word drops an envelope into Food4Troops donation tub, then immediately disappears into the crowd. And when he’s gone you can be sure of one thing; there is a large enough donation to make sure many of our soldiers receive one of Food4Troops caring packages. ”Dr. Bob” as we like to call him, Refice insures we’ll be able to provide the troops what they need as long as there is one.