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Cynthia Martinez

Founder and President

Words and Promise

HQ Phone:  (949) 637-7615

Direct Phone: (858) ***-**** ext. ***direct phone


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Words and Promise

63 Via Picoplaza #418

San Clemente, California,92672

United States

Company Description

Words of Comfort, Hope & Promise provides a wide range of military outreach support, and sends care packages to our deployed troops fighting the war on terrorism. Our Vision is to use the power of the Internet and the resources of Social Media to connect our... more

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Cynthia Martinez, Founder of non-profit military outreach Words of Comfort, Hope, and Promise accepts military's "Spirit of Hope Award" during special ceremony at the Pentagon in Arlington VA on October 28th, 2008.
On Tuesday, October 28, 2008 Cynthia Martinez, founder and president of Words of Comfort, Hope & Promise based in San Clemente, California was honored at a Pentagon ceremony with the Marine Corps 2007 "Armed Forces Spirit of Hope Award" for her selfless contributions to the improvement of the quality of life for Marines and their families. Martinez, unknowingly competing against deserving nominees from other commands worldwide, was nominated for the award by Lt. Col. A. McClean II, Commander, 3D Air Assault Amphibian Battalion and Sgt. Maj. Michael Kufchak. Gen. Timothy R. Larson, USMC-Ret. presented Mrs. Martinez with the prestigious award following remarks by Mr. Harvey Barnum, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Reserve Affairs. Maj. Kufchak: "Cynthia Martinez has said that her mission is to bring comfort and support to all deployed Marines and Sailors, and their families. Her initiative and drive are demonstrated in her founding of 'Words of Comfort, Hope & Promise,' an organization dedicated to supporting deployed personnel and their families. Since the summer of 2005, Mrs. Martinez has worked tirelessly to coordinate welcome-home events, holiday parties and other celebrations for Marines and Sailors and their families. She organized entertainment, food, prizes, activities and gifts for thousands of people. Her events provided much-needed relaxation and social opportunities for deployed Marines and Sailors and their families, and truly created moments that will never be forgotten. Cynthia's devotion and dedication have significantly added to the quality of life of Marines and their families. She has shown support and reassured spouses during uncertain times. She has made great personal sacrifices so that military families may receive first-class treatment during holidays. She is indeed a rare example of selflessness in today's society." Immediately upon receiving The Spirit of Hope Award Medallion, Mrs. Martinez was then further honored with a bronze lapel pin bearing a miniature of the bas-relief of Bob Hope, presented by Mr. Hope's granddaughter, Miranda Hope-Smith. Mrs. Martinez and her organization have adopted several battalions of Marines and their families from Camp Pendleton, and are gearing up to send out "care packages" to the Marines serving in Iraq as well as providing appreciation luncheons here at home for their families, including gifts and door prizes. Those interested in supporting these efforts may contact her by phone at (949) 637-7615 or by visiting her website at Cynthia Martinez Citizen of the Day: Cynthia Martinez COD: Cynthia Martinez is the founder and president of Words of Comfort, Hope & Promise. Citizen of the Day: Cynthia Martinez Spreading hope and cheer year-round. The old adage "Give someone who's busy a job to do, and it will be done," certainly applies to Cynthia Martinez. She's a ball of fire when it comes to getting things accomplished. ASSEMBLY LINE: Word of Comfort, Hope and Promise, a military-outreach organization founded by Cynthia Martinez, second from left, puts together packages for those serving in founder, Cynthia Martinez of San Clemente. An Irvine Girl Scout troop supplied about 13,000 of the 15,000 cookies. In networking fashion, the Knitt Witts have recently connected with Cynthia Martinez, founder of Words of Comfort, Hope & Promise, a nonprofit group dedicated to bringing support to military service men and women and their families. "When one of the Marines returned from Iraq he told me that one of the best gifts he and the others received was blankets to keep them warm in the cold winter nights," Martinez said. Not one to be deterred by a huge project, Martinez purchased 30 bolts of camouflage fleece - 2,000 yards - and set out to find people to make them. "We have asked woman in churches and groups to help us make more than 800 blankets," she said. Martinez is also preparing to deliver more than 500 goody bags to Marines who will be deployed on December and January to Iraq . She said snacks and items to fill the bags are needed and if local businesses or individuals want to donate, they can call her at 949-637-7615. If you would like to help with Words of Comfort, Hope & Promise call Cynthia Martinez at 949/637-7615. "We're going to have the Surfaris playing 'Wipeout,' clowns to entertain the children, and we're going to give gifts to all the troops, their wives and their children," says Cynthia Martinez, president and founder of the organization. Martinez can use all the help she can get. President/Founder Cynthia Martinez and Colonel Lawrence Nicholson The event organized by Words of Comfort, Hope & Promise, a non profit organization run by Cynthia Martinez, included a welcome home barbecue held at "We have adopted the 5th Regiment and we wanted to support our troops, so we threw their families a huge party and took videos of it," said Cynthia Martinez, the founder and president of Words of Comfort, Hope & Promise. Martinez said that with help from the community and local churches - Church on the Rock, San Juan Capistrano; Foothill Family Church, Lake Forest; Life Church, Mission Viejo; Calvary South Church, San Juan Capistrano and Trinity Broadcast Network - "it was a huge success." Martinez plans and holds parties for Marines who have been deployed and for those who have returned home. She also gathers items and sends care packages to those serving overseas. The scouts' cookies were added to about 6,000 cookies and other snacks collected from churches and other organizations by Words of Comfort, Hope and Promise, a military outreach group founded by Cynthia Martinez. She mailed the bounty in 312 boxes - total postal bill: $2,528.55. About 3,000 Christmas cards from scouts, schools, church groups and other organizations also were included in the mailing. For more on Word of Comfort's activities, go to www.comforthopeandpromise.orgor call Cynthia Martinez at 949-637-7615. It's not the first time Cynthia Martinez and her volunteer team of friends and family have reached out to Marines at Martinez

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Cynthia Martinez is an author, speaker, singer and the president/founder of WORDS OF COMFORT, HOPE & PROMISE.
After 9/11 Cynthia was inspired to write a book entitled " America in Crisis". She dedicated her book to our military, police and firefighters and has given over 5,000 copies to our troops and their families. Cynthia has been recognized for her tireless volunteer work by the California Governor and First Lady, the U.S. Marine Corps, the U.S. Freedom Team Salute, just to name a few. She and her organization have also received the President's Volunteer Service Award for their commitment to strengthening our nation and for making a difference with their service and civic participation. Marines and their wives on both coasts not only immediately know Cynthia, but also sing her praises for all that she selflessly does for the good of others. MajGen Richard Mills and his wife, Pat, had these kind words to say about Cynthia: That's where Cynthia Martinez and her groupWords of Comfort, Hope and Promise come to the rescue. "We all know and appreciate how much Cynthia and her outstanding organization do for the Marines, sailors and their families but it is wonderful and important to know how much she has done to help the children and people of The Afghan Children's School Project is very fortunate and grateful to have Cynthia as a part of the ACSP family! She has already organized two substantial donations consisting of several pallets of schools supplies, including over 1,000 notebooks. Cynthia also is engaging her local school district and others in her community to generate support for the project. Thank you, Cynthia, for all that you do!

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These powerful promises from the word of God are all here, and you can read about them in this exciting inspired filled book. Learn more about this book and how you can order your copy today. Cynthia Martinez Author of book America In Crisis Cynthia Martinez

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President and CEO of Words of Comfort Hope and Promise, Cynthia Martinez, received the following message from Lt.
Col. Brad Grosvenor of the Unites States Marine Corps:

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