A New York-based charity that specializes in distributing donated clothing and home décor to the military has announced it will donate a Christmas gift to a wounded veteran.
The Goodwill Gift of New York will donate its Christmas gift of Christmas gifts on Dec. 27 to a veteran at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, according to a statement by the charity.
The gift of gift cards is being made available through the Goodwill website, where it says, “We will be giving away an assortment of our favorite items from this year’s season to our fellow veterans in need.
We will be selecting three Christmas gift cards and one gift certificate per family for the benefit of each family.”
The organization also says it is accepting applications for the Christmas gift.
“We believe that each of our families has a unique gift to share with their loved ones and that every family deserves the opportunity to give something back,” the Goodwills statement said.
The organization, known as Goodwill, started out in 2005.
The charitable organization is based in New York City.
It started as a non-profit, but was started by the company that owns the New York Mets baseball team.
The Mets are part of Goodwill’s charitable efforts, and Goodwill also provides holiday services to veterans in the military.
The New York Post reported in February that Goodwill was considering making a gift of its own to veterans.
The company announced in June that it was partnering with the charity’s nonprofit arm, the Salvation Army.
The Salvation Army was founded in 1854 by a group of New Yorkers who wanted to help out poor people.
The group provides clothing, Christmas-themed meals and other services for military personnel.