Blue Knights Law Enforcement Motorcycle Group Chapter IV Supports Thunder Outreach’s First Responder Appreciation Events

As the Blue Knights PA IV Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club, we embrace and encourage opportunities to thank our regions First Responders….

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We encourage the commitment and caring of programs like Thunder Outreach, who take this responsibility of thanking our area First Responders also very seriously.

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We would like to encourage all communities, schools, public programs and citizens of Berks County to support and embrace the 2014 First Responders Appreciation Events and Programs, hosted by Thunder Outreach.

Encouraging our youth and community to honor, appreciate and invest in our First Responders.Sincerely,

Det. Brian Horner
President
Blue Knights PA IV

Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #9 Reading, PA. endorses Thunder Outreach events

Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #9 represents all active and retired Police Officers in the City of Reading….
These Officers proudly serve the community with their heart and soul and rarely, if ever, ask for a thank you.

Whenever a program like Thunder Outreach takes the time to set up community events dedicated to thanking Police, Fire and EMS First Responders, FOP Lodge #9 takes notice.

We encourage everyone support the 2014 First Responders Appreciation Events and Porgrams sponsored by Thunder Outreach.

Thank You,

Gregory Zawilla
President FOP Lodge #9

Thunder Outreach has been honored two times from the Four Chaplains Memorial Foundation

Thunder Outreach has been honored two times from the Four Chaplains Memorial Foundation for
their efforts and goodwill shown to all First Responders and their families as part of the events that Thunder Outreach host.

The “Legion of Honor award for
“In recognition of service to all people regardless of race or faith”

 

The Legion of Honor “Humanitarian Award”
“Which is given in recognition of a lifetime commitment to selfless service and societal advancement that has demonstrably affected the quality of life in the community, state or nation, service without regard to faith or race.”

The selection process for this award is rigorous.

 

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Morning Star Fellowship partnering with Thunder Outreach

What started at Morning Star Fellowship as a simple Bible Study group community outreach in 2004, has grown and has events that have reached the hearts and souls of Thousands of people…….

As Pastor Steve DeFrain has spoken into our lives to “Find out what God has CALLED us to do and then Do it” , we have heard that teaching and has seen what God can do when we reach out to others and share that same love that has been poured out into our lives.

We are to be the “Salt and Light” in our families and our communities as the faith we have in Christ shines in our lives.  The Bible states “Faith without works is dead, which means we can not just know about the bible and all the teachings, It must be shown with the works in our lives that match the teaching.

That is just what Morning Star and Thunder Outreach team members do with these mission events and Outreach Projects!  Share the Love of Jesus Christ!  Pastor Steve and the whole Leadership team at Morning Star are excited to work with Thunder Outreach in support of this call to be a blessing to our area First Responders!

Please join with us on June 12 at Morning Star Fellowship for First Responder Appreciation Sunday event!

First Responder Appreciation Events Endorsed by Berks County Commissioners

Berks County Commissioners Christian Y. Leinbach and Kevin S. Barnhardt, acknowledge and support Thunder Outreach’s efforts to promote goodwill and appreciation for Berks County First Responders…..

As you know, all across Berks County, every day, brave and dedicated men and women serve our communities through our Police, Fire and Emergency Departments and other First Responders, without ever asking for a thank you.

As Berks County Commissioners, we encourage the commitment and caring of programs like Thunder Outreach, for helping organize appreciation events that publicly thank our First Responders.

We would like to encourage all communities, schools, public programs and citizens of Berks County to support and embrace the 2014 First Responders Appreciation Events and Programs hosted by Thunder Outreach.

Sincerely,

Berks County Board of Commissioners
Christian Y. Leinbach
Kevin S. Barnhardt

PA. Senator John Rafferty Jr. supports Thunder Outreach’s First Responder Appreciation Events

As a member of the Pennsylvania State Senate, I embrace and encourage opportunities to thank our First Responders……

I encourage the commitment and caring of programs like Thunder Outreach who take the responsibility of thanking our First Responders very seriously.

Encouraging our youth and community to honor, appreciate and invest in our First Responders.

In conclusion, I must applaud and support these efforts to publicly thank our counties First Responders who work tirelessly to protect and service our communities.