How can you help our nonprofit send care packages to some of the most remote of the roughly 150,000 U.S. military troops serving overseas in 2024?

1) Donate Financially - Our greatest need is cash for our mailing costs. With no paid staff, we strive to maximize the use of donations. We are a 501(c)(3) charity, so your gifts are tax deductible. We accept checks to Airborne Angel Cadets of Texas, P.O. Box 116691, Carrollton, TX 75011. You can donate via credit card through our Click and Pledge account. Or you can Venmo us at NancyCarter@AirborneAngels.

2) Donate Goods - Our all-volunteer charity is based in the Dallas area, but receives product donations from across the USA for care packages for our Soldiers and Troops overseas. We kindly request that you contact us at before sending any care package goods.

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"It is no longer the 'in thing' to support the troops"

Below are excerpts from a message received from a U..S. Soldier in Iraq who recently received some care packages from the Airborne Angel Cadets of Texas.

Greetings from Iraq;

First I would like to take the opportunity to thank you! The outpouring of support that still exists from the Citizens of the United States of America is something to behold. Our country has been fighting wars and helping other countries fight wars since the dawn of time, or so it seems, let us not forget we had help from other countries (France) just to become a country. So in a way I figure we are still paying that dept off every generation.

Somehow my generation got to do two major conflicts. I must add that our total ‘lost and injured’ has nowhere near come close to any generation before us. It has been a long 15 years and most of the population in the US have become ‘bored’ with war and it is no longer the ‘in thing’ to support the troops like it was for the first few years, yet the core of our honest and hard working citizens have been supporting us ‘over here’ without fail for the duration.

With that thought in mind, I salute each and everyone whom have given so much and asked for little or nothing in return. I wish from the bottom of my heart that I could give each and every one of you a memento of thanks for the support you provide to Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines every day.

Our food is horrible, but they are trying to get better. There is for some reason a lack of all things mustard, but I have placed an order with another section of our platoon to send us a few cases from their location that has an abundance.

Many of us sleep on cots… mostly basic green army cots that haven’t changed since? I know they were the same in Vietnam… a couple of us (me with my older back) managed to get blessed with a ‘force provider’ which is just a slightly more comfortable cot.

There are no barber shops or barbers, so my Soldiers having bad haircuts is my fault, because I don’t know how to cut hair that well. Our Exchange Store, ‘MCX’, ‘PX’ is much like any other commodity that is Marine operated, sad. The Marines are great at fighting and will go places and do things that no man should do, or have to do. Somehow though they fall short on any sort of supply activity, I suspect because the idea of a Marine getting to comfortable may somehow affect their fighting abilities.