Many of you have asked how we can send Cards for Courage to our troops, here is a very practical way you can cheer up their time away from home!
Please join me in sending a card, a small gift, or a care package. To many of them, a simple card or letter is very uplifting! The holidays are over, but their deployment isn't!
Here is a letter that was sent in:
QUOTE FROM ANYSOLDIER.COM (Created by the Horn Family)
27 Oct 2012:
"on behalf of C CO 173rd STB we would like to give a big thank you to Crystal from Houston Texas we got your package today, our XXXX females were relieved to get some feminine hygiene products and every body is thankful for the hygeine kits. we are all very thankfull for the support of anysoldier.com , its good to know we are not forgotten.
Its starting to get cold in our tents, and foot or hand warmers will be met with a thousand thank you's and deep appreciation since we hate the cold.
we thought the fighting was going to slow down with the coming cold however it did not due to some holidays for the enemy againthank you and i hope i can serve my unit in any way i can by making their day a little brighter, again thank you all for your contributions and support."
Hernan Rodriguez, US Army-Afghanistan
Their site is: www.anysoldier.com
You can select any one of the military branches.
My site for cards or gifts is (No need to go to the post office!):
As of right now, there are 852 troops who have submitted their address in hopes of receiving something from us!
Go here to request addresses:
Join me as we brighten up their corner of the world, and show them sincere appreciation!!