Bratton Law 2nd Annual Candy Drive

Candy Drive 2013

Join Us in Donating Extra Halloween Candy to Our Troops Overseas

Bratton Law’s Haddonfield office is calling all local residents to put their extra Halloween candy to good use for their 2nd Annual Candy Drive!  From October 28th through November 8th, Bratton Law will accept individually wrapped candy to be donated to Philadelphia Treats for Troops.  Founded in 2006, Philadelphia Treats for Troops sends care packages to the men and women in uniform stationed overseas.  Again this year, we have an opportunity to help them and show our appreciation for the armed services.

And, to show their appreciation for your donations, Bratton Law will be hosting a harvest party November 8th with treats, prizes, and a chance for your children to write thank you notes for our troops. Kids are off from school so bring them over!!

Anyone can participate:

  1. Simply drop in their Haddonfield office at 18 Kings Hwy West and look for the box labeled “Candy For Troops” in the lobby.
  2. Drop off by November 8th
  3. Attend our Candy Drive Harvest Party on November 8th in our courtyard! 2:00-4:00pm

For more information call our PR Director, Rupali Shah at 856-857-6007. Please join us in taking a small step to make a huge impact on our troops!

Philadelphia Treats for Troops (Mission Statement)
Main Line Troop Support aka, Philadelphia Treats for Troops was formed to support United States Soldiers, Marines, Sailors and Airmen, currently deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Main Line Troop Support encourages community support thru financial donations, as well as contributed tangible items. Everything donated will be used to box and ship the goods to the Troops overseas. Care packages include snack foods, personal hygiene items, reading materials and other generally available items, which are consistent with American, as well as Military, law. The names of Soldiers are solicited in a non-discriminatory manner. Main Line Troop Support believes these efforts exemplify the value of an American tradition by displaying respect to those men and women who, at great sacrifice, protect our great country and the freedom we enjoy.