Ways to support our Troops in 2011


Though the holiday season may be over there are still ways to support our troops and their families year round.  Check through this list and make it part of your 2011 business plan to include those serving our country in your plans.


Ways to support our Troops year round.............

This may seem a little bit late for some of you BUT, trust me it is never too late to support our troops.  I am sure that there will be a few Vets out there reading this that can attest to that.  Here is a short list of things that each of us can do and it doesn't cost an arm or leg either.

Adopt a Platoon - Support the troops through gifts and sponsored mail.

Any Soldier - Sponsor care packages to service members in Iraq.

Cell Phones For Soldiers - Donate your old cell phones, which pay for calling cards for our troops.

Our Military - Send a virtual thank-you card or care packages.- See Thank the Troops.

A Million Thanks - Collects emails and letters of appreciation for our armed forces.

Operation Gratitude - Contribute to care packages sent to our service members.

Operation USO Care Package - Sponsor a care package for $25.

Soldiers Angels - a volunteer-led nonprofit with 200,000 volunteers, we have over 30 different teams supporting all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces.

Lets Say Thanks - Xerox is doing something cool. You can pick out a thank you card and Xerox will print it and it will be sent to a soldier that is currently serving in Iraq . You can't pick out who gets it, but it will go to a member of the armed services. It is FREE and it only takes a second. 

Many of these sites only take a few minutes to send a card and a short note.  It's a wonderful way to say thank you. 

Thanks for taking to time to support our military!


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Comment balloon 5 commentsCindy Jones • December 28 2010 09:46AM


Thanks for the tips Cindy

We need to acknowledge our troops.


Happy New Year!

Posted by Nancy Fraser, Realtor, Massapequa Homes for Sale 516-729-0278 (Exit Realty Premier) over 8 years ago

Thanks for reblogging this, Cindy. I missed it the first time around.

Posted by Bill Burchard, Broker, Realtor, Representing Buyers and Sellers (3B Realty: 951-347-3818, CA) over 8 years ago

Nancy-everything we can do to show our support for those protecting our freedom.


Bill-glad you found it the second time around.

Posted by Cindy Jones, Pentagon, Fort Belvoir & Quantico Real Estate News (Integrity Real Estate Group) over 8 years ago

All great ideas to support our troops! This is a good reminder.

Posted by Mickey Hayward, Farm - Land - Home Sales & Commercial Real Estate (Sunset Properties, Hayward Realty) over 8 years ago

Looking for ways to support and honor U.S. military servicemembers and veterans who protect our security and freedom? In years past, you could wrap up a care package and mail it to "Any Service Member" for the holidays, but with increased mail restrictions, the Pentagon is asking people to help through financial contributions, letter-writing and e-mail, purchasing authorized pre-made care packages, or volunteering time through non-profits.


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