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Blankets of Belief

Making sure America's servicemen and women know this coming Holiday Season... We Believe in You!

For shipping information, please click the 2nd link under "How You Can Help." 

We want our deployed heroes to know that they are always remembered, that we are thinking of them, and that we are grateful for their service. Since we can't wrap our arms around them in person to show how much we love and appreciate them, our goal to wrap all of our deployed service members in blankets representative of our support and faith in them, Blankets of Belief. The Blankets will be a physical reminder that they are not alone. When deployed service members receive a Blanket of Belief, they will know that somebody back home remembered them, that somebody labored over a handmade blanket with thoughts of them and hopes or prayers for their strength and comfort.

How You Can Help

Please join us in wrapping our deployed military men and women in our love and faith in them. We need your help! You don't even need to know how to sew!  [If you have trouble with any of the links below, download the latest version of Adobe Reader for free and try again.]

If you have any questions, please email us at BoB@soldiersangels.orgKnitter and crocheters, please email crochet@soldiersangels.org to learn how you can get involved.

Thank you so much for the blankets. The troops really loved them, like it was Christmas all over again. - SSG K

I just wanted to thank you for my quilt and your support. Your support is appreciated and will not be forgotten. So to sum it all up Thank YOU!!! - Dominica

...Your generosity is more that we ever dreamt of receiving while performing our duty over here. I was blessed to have received one of the awesome comforters that was sent. All those in my group that received one are at awe because someone cared enough to put this much time and effort just for us...Gifts like this makes my day knowing that there are people out there that are thinking of us and praying for us. Again, your generosity is greatly appreciated. Proudly serving. - Oscar, 1908th Med Det

I just wanted to thank GS Troop 2885 - Chelsea, Daniella, and Allison - for the blanket I received in a Soldiers' Angels care package. It had a US Army insignia on it and was nicely detailed, including the edges. Thank you so much for taking the time to make something like this for soldiers you don't even know. I would give you all a hug if I could. Thank you! - SSG Dilworth, December 2009

 

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