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Category Archives: hands for heroes
As we look for Valentine’s cards for our family and friends, why not send some love to our deserving service members. It only takes a few moments to write a card expressing gratitude for their service and dedication as our brave enlisted and commissioned military personnel. I could wax poetic about what cards and letters mean to our men and women serving so far from home, in harm’s way. I know you don’t have to be reminded about the sacrifices that these brave souls make everyday, and the sacrifices of their families and friends. Instead, these are the words of an Army sergeant, serving in Afghanistan Continue reading
Xerox Let’s Say Thanks program allows you to choose a postcard and a greeting. They will then send the postcard to a member of the armed services, serving in harm’s way. It’s all free to do. Continue reading
Would you love to send letters, cards and packages to the men and women serving in our Armed Forces? Not sure what the guidelines are, how to proceed? Continue reading
Our soldiers cannot be at their best when they are worried or concerned about their loved ones back home. Many people realize the importance and impact of sending cards, care packages and holiday greetings to our men and women serving has on the morale. Many of those serving on the front lines have children back home and their families often live on a very tight budget throughout the year, not to mention during the holidays. Won’t you help make the holidays brighter for military families? Continue reading
Imagine how a small child feels when they see a stranger in camouflage, a helmet, sometimes goggles, toting a huge gun and wearing a 60 pound backpack coming towards them. These strangers don’t even speak the same language. That image would illicit fear in me if I were only three feet tall. Now imagine seeing that as someone who has brought you a small toy, a ball or even some candy. The kindness would immediately be understood. This small act helps make ambassadors out of the soldier’s and helps to ingratiate them into the hearts of the children and their families. Your old Beanie Babies, Trolls, WebKinz and other toys – you know the ones in the bottom of the closet, on the shelf collecting dust or lost in the bottom of the toy box can be priceless when it comes to saving soldier’s lives.