For 21 years, No Greater Love organized Christmas parties for children of America’s fallen. The parties were held in Washington D.C. with the Washington Redskins, in New York with the New York Jets and in Philadelphia with the Philadelphia Phillies and Philadelphia Eagles.
Nancy Reagan at the 1981 NGL Christmas Party in Washington, D.C. with the Washington Redskins for the children of MIAs-KIAs in Vietnam.
NGL Christmas Party, 1986 with the New York Jets and Eastern Paralyzed Veterans Association for the children of MIA-KIAs in Vietnam.
All-Star Phillies player Mike Schmidt as Santa Claus offers Christmas cheer for childen of MIAs-KIAs in Vietnam at the 1987 NGL Christmas Party.
Children’s Christmas Party sponsored by the Eastern Paralyzed Veterans.
Hank Aaron, Home Run King and President of No Greater Love, shows children how to become a home run king.
Eight-year-old Roy Grubb with a floral “Flame of Memory”, which was placed at Arlington National Cemetery in memory of his father and others lost in Vietnam.
Washington Redskins players Joe Theismann and Mark Moseley meet with children of a fallen American hero at Redskins Camp in 1979.
NGL arranged for a daught of Pan Am Flight 103 victim to receive communion from the Holy Father Pope John Paul II during his visit of the U.S.
Ted Williams autographing a baseball for a child of a fallen soldier.
Children of a fallen soldier with the best pitcher in Phillies history Steve Carlton and a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame.