Support our current & former troops with these links
Soldiers' Angels, a non-profit organization, allows you to "adopt" a deployed service member. Show your support by sending cards, letters & parcels.
Sew Much Comfort provides adaptive clothing free
of charge to support the unique needs of our injured service members
from all branches of the military and national guard.
Operation Gratitude seeks to lift troops' morale, and bring a smile to their faces by sending care packages to service members overseas. These care
packages contain food, toiletries, entertainment items and personal
letters of appreciation, all wrapped with good wishes of love and
support. Read one soldier's story.
Fisher House supports America's military in their time of need, providing a home-away-from-home that enables family members to be close to a loved one at the most
stressful time -- during hospitalization for an illness, disease or
injury. Their facilities house not only the wounded, but their families.
Hero Miles is a Fisher House program comprised of individual airlines whose passengers donate their frequent flyer miles to assist service members and their families. The Foundation provides free airline tickets to military men and women who are undergoing treatment at a military or VA medical center incident to their service in Iraq or Afghanistan, and their families.
Homes for Our Troops provides specially adapted homes for our most severely wounded service members. Through their growing network of donations from building contractors, suppliers, corporate supporters and local volunteers, this organization provides their assistance at no cost to the veterans served.
Blankets of Hope is a team project of Soldier's Angels. Volunteers sew simple quilts, which are then sent either to a field evacuation center in a combat area, or to hospitals where the wounded are treated. You can create your own design or purchase a blanket kit to finish. View some of the quilts I have made for this project. Patriotic colors & themes are great for these projects, & recycled jeans work well, too.
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