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For the Troops

Help our military personnel by assembling and sending personal care packages. Perform an act of kindness for the family of someone deployed overseas. Or you can honor those who served by visiting a veteran’s facility, or raising money to send veterans to see the national monuments erected in their honor.

See how these honorees supported U.S. troops and veterans
  • Jetta Harvey

    Jetta led more than 30 kids in her 4-H club and local middle school in making quilts to honor military veterans in her community. 

  • Amelia Myre

    Amelia launched an initiative with her sister to support wounded veterans by raising money and focusing attention on their sacrifices.

  • Seamus Casey

    Seamus designed and completed his own three-day triathlon last summer to provide scholarships for the spouses and children of fallen and disabled military personnel.

  • Peter Alarid

    Peter speaks to military veterans diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder and their spouses about his experiences growing up with a father who suffered from severe PTSD. 

Additional Resources

Disabled American Veterans
Wounded Warrior
American Legion
Honor Flight