View Comments Do you get excited when when you open your mailbox and find an expected letter from a friend or family member, or when you get a random text message from an old friend? Now, take that feeling and amplify it tenfold. Writing letters is a great tradition and becoming a pen pal to an American troop overseas is one of the many ways you can support our men and women in uniform.
It is our goal to see that our military — active, reserve, and veterans — receive these messages, whether they are serving at home, abroad, or are injured in hospitals. To get started, read the guidelines below, then find a location nearest you on our Drop-off Location list so your notes of appreciated can be sent to our troops.
We recommend that you contact the location via phone or email to be sure they can accept your cards and letters. We appreciate you including a donation of any size with your letters or through our "Donate" page.
A Million Thanks is only able to offer the program through the generous support of people like you! Due to privacy and security, we do not distribute names or addresses of service members to anyone for any reason.
Because we get thousands of letters each week, we ask that you address the letters generically. We cannot send specifically-addressed cards or letters. View sample letters Please mail your letters to A Million Thanks at the address below.
You can also bring your letters to one of our local drop-off locations.Writing Letters to Deployed Soldiers: What Not to Write March 15, by Mary 65 Comments Living a Sunshine Life is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by .
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Reminiscences of a V.A.D.
is a wonderful book which collects poems, cartoons, sketches and photographs from patients to VAD Grace Pulvertaft who served from to working in various locations which included on the military ward (Luke Ward) at Croydon and Brighton Hospital.
It also includes a fine example of a letter from Katherine Furse the Commandant-in-Chief which was . Writing Letters to Deployed Soldiers: What Not to Write - Living a Sunshine Life Soldier = Army, Sailor = Navy, Airman = Airforce, Coastguardsman = Coastguard, and Marine = Marine Corps I simply included a letter explaining my purpose for making the letters with a "touch of sweet" to melt his heart in the process ;.