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As a nonprofit, K9s for Warriors is tremendously successful from recruiting volunteers, to providing care and training for the wounded warriors and their service dogs, and managing such an phenomenal organization.... more
I love this organization! Great idea! This is the perfect way to give back to our troops. more »
- Phoenix, AZ
Mollie O. wrote:
Baking for the deployed soldiers & sending care packages fulfills me & I hope it makes the day of that deployed soldier just a... more »
- San Antonio, TX
I am a wounded warrior in the Kansas City metro area. I was struggling to start my business due to the lack of funds I need to... more »
- Jacksonville, FL
Assisted to create warm 'homes' for returning troops. more »
- West Mifflin, PA
I played in a golf tournament yesterday and our foursome was given the opportunity to make a donation to HUGS. Without hesitation,... more »
- Oklahoma City, OK
Operation Write Home allows me to show my gratitude to our heroes who are serving me and our country. Our military are sacrificing... more »
- Federal Way, WA
I have been a member of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars for 36 years and the National Home has been there... more »
- Eaton Rapids, MI
VAC, Our relationship began this past Summer when we contacted VAC to assist two injured friends that were in need of logistical... more »
- Saint Louis Park, MN
This organization is a class act. I enjoyed my day out on the water bass fishing. Recieved a free lews fishing rod and a tackle... more »
- Woodbridge, VA
My son, who is now a medically retired Marine, was severely injured in Afghanistan, in 2012, when he stepped on an IED. He lost... more »
- Dulles, VA
Since the formation of the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps in 1775, honorable men and women have fought for the freedom, safety, and ideals of our country. Yet then and now, soldiers returning home have not always received the best treatment or opportunities despite their courageous military service.
Over the course of a year, nearly 130,000 veterans experience homelessness. An estimated 11-20% of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans will develop Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Fortunately, there are over 27,000 organizations supporting soldiers, veterans, and military families across the country. You can support our troops and veterans by packing care packages, volunteering at a local VA hospital, or working with a local veteran or military nonprofit.