Group Activities with Soldiers' Angels
To all the kids that sent letters from the elementary school, thank you. Your positive stories are what keep a lot of us going, and what we can't wait to get back to once we're done here. - MA2 Topping
Soldiers' Angels welcomes group adoptions, fundraisers, and other special activities in support of the mission that "No Soldier Go Unloved." If you have a group that would like to be involved in a specific Soldiers' Angels team, please see each team or project page for contact information.
To adopt a soldier for a group/classroom, please email Group Support. For one-time writing projects, simply gather the unsealed letters/cards and ship them all together to either address below (use a group return address; response is entirely up to the ultimate recipients). Scouts, please scroll down
1792 E. Washington Blvd
Pasadena, CA 91104
For information and support for conducting fundraising events such as dinners, tournaments, etc., click here.Boy Scouts & Girl Scouts of America
For advice and support on projects by Boy Scouts or Girl Scouts, visit our Scouting page.
For special one-time "adoptions" such as providing holiday-related gifts for a deployed unit, please contact Group Support after you have discussed things with your group and have a basic idea of what you'd like to do.Item Drives
If you would like to collect items for care packages, backpacks (Vet and Wounded), or another specific team, please click here for general info, then contact the Events Coordinator. If you have already conducted your item drive and need addresses to ship the boxes overseas, email Group Support.
...we are grateful to know that there are people back home whom are willing to help keep our morale up during this hard times of deployment...The number one morale booster here in Afghanistan for us is mail/packages, and receiving those from you angels helped the soldiers whom were not receiving any for the 7 months we been here. - SPC F.M.
I would like to thank you, the volunteers, staff and donors for the care packages full of snacks, toiletries and blankets and with thoughtful Christmas cards from the Holland Senior Center in Holland MA. It is items and notes like these that help us through the long and sometimes difficult days away from home, our families and friends. All of the Soldiers, Sailors and Airmen of PRT Khost, FOB Chapman Afghanistan appreciate being thought of back home by citizens from around the USof A. It reminds us of the reasons for joining the military and volunteering to come half-way around the world to help others with their struggle for democracy. Again, thank you for supporting us while we are so far from home. - Tim, January 2010
...My Soldiers are a bit depressed knowing that Halloween through New Years’ would be spent over here; for many of us it’s our 3rd trip. So the leadership decided we needed to plan for a Halloween party and lift the morale of the troop. I asked if there was any way possible for some Halloween decorations to be sent. Within 48 hours, I received an email from Ms. Annie Barnes our unit’s Angel. Our party planning is going to be able to continue forward due to the support and love we are receiving. I know it doesn’t seem like much, a few decorations, but they mean so much to me and to my troopers. God bless the Soldiers’ Angels and Ms. Barnes for her thoughfulness, love and support. Sincerely, CPT O.N.