My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Soldiers' Angels, San Antonio, TX, USA
Soldiers Angels has been such a blessing to me. I don't personally know anyone in the military but through this organization I have been able to adopt over 14 new friends since 2008. I have a heart for making sure our deployed know that they are remembered, loved and appreciated! Soldiers Angels makes it so easy.
I recently participated in a local festival. The guy in the booth next to me was doing so much bragging about our organization, that I didn't have to do much. It seems a friend of his had bragged about how much his Angel had done to get him through his deployment - even flying to meet him when he returned home.
These guys are so special and appreciate everything we do - we have to force them to tell us if there is any special wants or needs. Also important is that I have always had whatever support I neede from the organization. For our leadership in Patti to local SA's - if I need anything - they are there to help me.
Soldiers Angels - the nonprofit with heart and integrity...May no soldier go unloved!!!
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
Having the guys I adopt write to me and tell me how much what we do means to them. A card or letter, a care package a month - it is so much fun and addictive to care for these guys and gals.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Provide the funds to build another warehouse on the east coast to help with the load and provide more employment opportunities for veterans and volunteers.
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Did your volunteer experience have an effect on you? (teaching you a new skill, or introducing new friends, etc.)
Definitely introduced new friends and helped me to be more aware of the impact our military has on an individual level.
How did this volunteer experience make you feel?
Like I have an opportunity to reach individuals who are deployed to make a difference in their lives.
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