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I am a free lance journalist, educator (University of New Mexico, Valencia Campus) and poet.I have been concerned for environmental issues for decades, but I claim no special expertise in that area. In... more
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- Tempe, AZ
Soldiers' Angels is an amazing organization, but a lot of organizations can say that. The one thing that has set them apart... more »
- San Antonio, TX
Eh as a soldiers wife, I see wwp do a lot of great things for a lot of people. I just feel they don't do enough for those with... more »
- Jacksonville, FL
if it wasn't for the mission i don't know where i would be right now they have helped me so much Jim is awesome Ms Kat is awesome... more »
- Crystal River, FL
12 of 73 Print all In new window(no subject) Inboxx Lon Honzell Jul 17 (5 days ago)to... more »
- West Mifflin, PA
Just got our 3 call from "Steve". After our initial conversation of 45 seconds "Steve" ended the call. While still on the phone... more »
- W Bloomfield, MI
Sherri B. wrote:
I started volunteering for The Hugs Project in 2006. This year we assembled care packages to send to the troops! It is a very... more »
- Oklahoma City, OK
They do great work and I love donating for their work more »
- Eaton Rapids, MI
Since my injury in Iraq in 2003 I have found it very stressful to fly commercially and it has reached the point where I just can't... more »
- Saint Louis Park, MN
Mission based trips like this, based upon serving God with the camaraderie of fellow Marines feeds the heart, soul, and mind!I... 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.