Soldier’s Angels is a charity that takes care of our soldiers and their families – they help the wounded and their families. They provide tailored laptops to soldiers with disabilities, and each year they grow in the amount and types of help they give.
Our soldiers have put their all on the line for liberty, and it’s incumbent on us to not only honor that service but as well to help them and support them when they return from it.
Please stop by and give a donation, or if you wish to join the inter-service competition for the army, you can scroll down the right sidebar here for the donation widget. They also have teams who help, and forums if you cannot afford to donate. Please visit and see what you can do to help in their site’s left menu — there might be a military family in your neighborhood in need.
Here is the story of Soldier’s Angels from their web page:
Soldiers’ Angels was started by a self-described ordinary mother of an ordinary young man turned hero, Sgt. Brandon Varn. Brandon was deployed in Iraq and has since honorably completed his mission and has returned back to his proud and loving family.
In the summer of 2003, he wrote home expressing his concern that some soldiers did not receive any mail or support from home. Being a caring and loving mother, she decided not to allow a situation like that to continue. She contacted a few friends and extended family to ask if they would write to a soldier or two. Within a few short months, Soldiers’ Angels went from a mother writing a few extra letters to an Internet Community with thousands of angels worldwide.
With more and more merchants donating services, money and items for packages, the Angels reorganized as a 501 c 3 non-profit so all donations would be tax deductible. Soldiers’ Angels currently supports tens of thousands of American Service Members stationed wherever we raise our nation’s flag, and that number continues to grow daily. Soldiers’ Angels are dedicated in supporting our military during and after their deployment.
In December of 2004 a worldwide support forum was created in the hopes of providing a place where the needs of our heroes could be fulfilled.
Now this ordinary mother’s youngest son, Bretton Varn, is serving his country in Iraq as he continues his family’s legacy of bravery, honor and commitment. As with all of our brave men and women in the United States Armed Forces, our thoughts and prayers are with Brett and his family as he begins his tour in service to his nation.
May God Bless Our Troops!