That mantra has lived well for V.F.W. Post 1127, based in Brazil.
The organization recently decided to donate its old public address system to the Clay Youth Football League after the league's system had been stolen.
However, due to technical difficulties, it was found the system was not adequate for what the CYFL needed.
So, members of the V.F.W. elected to donate money to the league.
On Saturday, members of the V.F.W. donated a check worth $750 to the league to help with upgrading costs.
"They need some help," V.F.W. Sr. Vice Commander Bob Bigley said. "Communication between the stands and the field are not good for the moment. They need something to really get them going out there."
On Saturday, CYFL President Mitch Hyatt expressed his gratitude.
"Those guys have been awesome this year," Hyatt said.
Earlier this year, it was reported the PA system used at the CYFL was stolen.
Initially, V.F.W. members suggested donating the old unit out of the organization's old building. The organization voted on it and elected to give the system to the CYFL.
However, because the donated system was intended for in-house use, it was not adequate enough for the league.
"We had good intentions, but in this case, good intentions weren't good enough," Bigley said. "The donated system doesn't have enough range."
Bigley said the money the V.F.W. donated Saturday is for upgrades to the system, including the purchase of wireless microphones for on-field purposes.
"It would be much more entertaining for the people coming to see these games if they had wireless mics," Bigley said.
"It would be really nice to have that," Hyatt added.