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... he has himself and 5 others there. They are at a new site without anyway to get hygiene products. Could you please send some stuff to them at the attached address ... Thank you. Not sure if you have sent any other coffee to my address but we always could use some if you are shipping. Thank you for the support.
Particular items that you could send to the Soldiers are dvd movies, Starbucks VIA, instant coffee, personal hygiene, baby wipes, and body lotion (winter is coming and it is very cold over here.) Thank you again for your support!
Chaplain, Camp Marmal, Afghanistan
hey there nancy, i received 8 more of the boxes yesterday. so i've received a total of 14 out of the 26. i still am in complete awe as to the organization you are running. the generosity and support of you and the american people supporting your group absolutely amazes me and i am humbled to be on the receiving end of all of this. my guys are extremely grateful. please pass our thanks to all of your staff/volunteers that help support your GREAT cause.
i also have a favor. now this is very hard for me to ask but i figured i would. one of our guys received a ton of rice however not instant rice. if you come across a rice cooker could you please send it our way,
As far as computer mice :) we could use them, our mice here get very dusty and break all the time, so they could always be used throughout the battalion. we also all chipped in and bought an xbox for our bas so any games would be greatly appreciated. Anything you send out is a bonus to us so it's very hard asking for things. Anthony
Received 6 of the 26 boxes today including the microwave, THANK YOU!!!!!!! it was so nice heating up oatmeal in 90 seconds vs 4 minutes. our guys really appreciate it. i'm still in awww as to what you do for the service members, i can't thank you enough. please pass to all the people who supported the package drive thanks a million. i will let you know as the rest start arriving. thanks again and i'll keep in touch.
Nancy, We received most of the boxes that you sent, yesterday afternoon. Everything in all off the boxes went quickly, because there was a variety of different things for everyone to chose from. We appreciate all the hard work that went into organizing/packing.
Thanks so much!!!! Duane
Thank you for you and your group for the support you give all the military personnel that are away from home and supporting our country. I hope you and your group continue in all the good work you do. Thank you for everything you do and will do for all the military you can support. Thank you.
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I have learned that sheer passion and doing something with that passion can accomplish great things and make a difference in so many lives, many of whom I will never meet. Has it been difficult, yes. Has it been time consuming, yes. Has it been worth the hard work, most definitely YES!!!
The friendships that I have made with my volunteers, donors and especially with our soldiers, I hope will last a lifetime. All our volunteers have different reasons for becoming involved and very few have actual family members serving in the armed forces but we all share a love for the USA and have a profound desire to better the lives of those serving in harm's way to protect this country that we so love. I am proud to call them my friends.
For our donors, your unwavering support makes all this possible and does not go unnoticed. Without your kindhearted and amazing generosity, our all-volunteer organization would not be able to supply the multitudes of goods that we send. Know that 100% of your donations goes toward sending these coveted care packages. For that, we thank you on behalf of our troops.
For our troops, your sacrifices to make this world a better place cannot be easy. We applaud your strength and pray it continues to hold you up until you return to your family and loved ones. We often forget you volunteered for this and knew the risk when you signed up. Yet you went anyway. You kissed your family goodbye knowing you might never see them again. I cannot imagine the difficulty in seeing you go. To the soldiers who are here in the United States, possibly recovering from injuries, we can't thank you enough for all you have done. While too many folks have heroes that are entertainers, movie stars, and sports figures, you are the TRUE American Heroes. You are indeed a special person and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
To many of our past contacts, Wendle, Princeton, Steven, Maria, Gary, Rick, Pamela, Michael E., Josh, Shea, Adam, Crystal, Andrew, John, Jacklyn, Samantha, Melvic, Darren, Shannon, Logan, Matt, Rolando, Chris, Suzanne, Michael S., Jeffrey, Randal, Lee, Jerry, Danny, Thomas, Jeffried, Jason, Chuck, Thomas, Mary, Kevin, Sarah, and so many more, we thank you for serving as our conduits in distributing our boxes to those in need. You were our eyes and ears and we relied on you to move our care packages downline to those troops in the more remote areas who might not have access to basic amenities, or perhaps with little running water or hot meals. We often forget that these men and women are so far from home and do not have the luxury to drive to a store for the most basic of goods such as a simple hook to hang their towel or a bar of soap if they were able to bathe.
To our current contacts Anthony, Robert, Samuel, Xuan, Ricky, Bill, Patrina, Brian, Patricia, Duane, John and the many chaplains at various bases, your ability to access over 15,000 soldiers, marines, sailors and airmen in both Iraq and Afghanistan is astounding and we will do all we can to continue with our mission of sending you care packages every 6-8 weeks. Thank you for continuing to take the time out of your busy schedules to communicate with us. Your feedback is so important and the letters and emails we receive from you are gifts in themselves. They makes us more certain of why we do what we do and that much more determined to continue sending these morale boosting care packages to you brave men and women serving in harm's way. They are a small token of appreciation for a debt of gratitude we can never repay. It is our honor.
One more thing.....
God Bless America and all those that defend her. Come home safely.