22 January 2009


The Soldiers' Angels hero adoption waiting list is over 900 today.

All these heroes waiting to be adopted are currently serving overseas, away from their families. It means so much for them to know "regular" people back home are thinking of them.

Won't you please consider adopting a hero today? All is takes is the commitment from you to write a letter a week and send one small care package a month during the length of the deployment. To adopt a hero, click here now.

If adoption does not suit you but you'd still like to help, there are many opportunities for everyone to get involved. Just click here to find out more.

785 waiting now, down from 900 yesterday and 1000 the day before. Still, way too many :-( I meet so many service members at Landstuhl who talk about Soldiers' Angels and how much it meant to them "just to know people are thinking about us". You'll likely never hear from your guy (females are more likely to correspond), but I can tell you it makes a difference. A huge difference.

Cool! Sgt B reports, "I have an an Angel!!!"

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