Boot Campaign, Inc.
Rating: 4.99 stars 128 128 reviews 2,997
5755 Eagles Nest Blvd, Suite 2 Tyler TX 75703 USA
Boot Campaign is a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting patriotism for America and our military community; raising awareness of the unique challenges service members face during and post-service; and providing assistance to military personnel, past and present, and their families.
Over $6M raised to support our mission and give back to veterans and service members.
Military Service Members, Veterans, Family Members of Service Members or Veterans
Geographic areas served:
Housing, Career/Education, PTSD/TBI Treatment
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Found out about BC from a Texas Marine I met at another Non-Profit event. Decided to check them out. They're a great organization that is truly committed, straight-shootiing, honest, genuine, true to their roots, and are just a true treasure. Their products are of high quality. Their hero ambassadors are selfless and giving. They inspire, encourage, promote, and ignite awareness and patriotism. They give hope, meaning, and purpose to everyone that is touched by them. I hope to work with them one day as a volunteer and pay it forward. Work hasn't allowed me to do so, but I am leaving to pursue school and become a Veterans Advocate. I will finally be able to volunteer and live the motto that they believe in, and that Chris Kyle believed in, "It is our duty to serve those who serve us". Everyone, please get your boots on!
I simply like their attitude in the whole process!!!!!! Funny comments, light outlook, tell it straight, professional and very uplifting. I like to be on their site just to read their messages and marketing talk.
THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It is a true pleasure to do business with someone who truly believes it what they are doing.
I can't remember how I first heard about Boot Campaign but being a person who 1-loves boots and 2-loves Vets I knew I wanted to get my Boots On!. First I ordered the "Tac Force 8" Women's Tan Tactical Boot with Zipper". I will admit there was a mistake and I was sent the men's size instead of the women's. I called Boot Campaign right away and I was first impressed that I actually spoke to a human. She could not have been nicer or more sorry for the mistake. The mistake was corrected immediately and I now have my boots. They are more comfortable than any shoes (or boots) that I have. I wear them most of the time. Since the ones I bought were tan color, I just ordered "GX-8 Gore-Tex Black for Women" what well dressed woman doesn't need a good pair of black combat boots? I continue to have my "Boots On!".
I love the Boot Campaign folks! I can't say enough about what a great thing it is that they do to recognize those who give their all for their country. The products are high quality - I love my boots and can't wait for my new t-shirts to arrive. I'm sure it will be soon because the service is great - thank you, Boot Campaign!
My husband and I have a son in the Army and a son-in-law in the Air Force. We are always looking for ways to support our military. I recently heard about the Boot Campaign during a Home and Family segment on the Hallmark Channel. What a wonderful organization! We just ordered our boots and are now looking into becoming part of the Boot Squad. We are so very thankful for our precious military men and women and are happy to support this awesome campaign!
I love, love, love what you're doing for our servicemen. Our grandson graduated from boot camp, Lackland Air Force Base, Texas in April (unfortunately the day of the shooting incident). He strongly believes in his country & fighting for it. We are so proud of him, thus we are happy to find a new way to support his beliefs and his endeavors! Your web sight is great and we will be happy to spread the word!
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I watched television today where staff Sgt. Joey was on talking about how he lost his legs and the meaning of patriotism. It made me pause and think. He is a true inspiration. This brief message said so much it was the least I could do to help such a deserving cause. Thank you for your service and support of others who have fought.
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I saw these two ladies on Pu4sui5 channel talking about a "boot campaign". After I heard what it was for I had to check it out. They have great products and 5hey give money to help veterans. First as a veteran I'd like to say thank you. We need more great ideas like this to help those vets that need it. Our government just isn't doing enough. So please take time to check out their online store. It's easy to use and prices are good.
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Long story short... I am an internationally known professional photographer, I come from a long line of military people in my family, and I married a woman who dedicated over 10 years in the US Army before being injured her 2nd tour to Iraq resulting in her being forced to medically retire. We always are looking to see what charities that support our vets and what they are actually doing to help. Been following Boot Campaign for a bit and just felt they are doing some great things with the provisions they have.
I just purchased a shirt from them as obviously majority of spouses are female. I want to show support to those FEMALE vets like my wife who have a man at home who supports what they do.
This is my go-to organization when I make a donation "in leu of flowers" in someone's memory. I also keep a supply of their CDs in my car/purse to give out to military personal/veterans when I see them. Earlier today, I followed a Vietnam Vet on his motorcycle until he stopped and I thanked him for his service and handed him a CD. Just now I ordered my second set of 10 to have on hand. Last December, a friend and I raised almost $4,000 for the Boot Campaign.
I love this organization and am proud to support them!