The Wounded TLC Team
The Wounded TLC Team is comprised of registered Soldiers’ Angels who want to make a big difference and lend support during the difficult time when a hero is ill or wounded. Knowing they continue to be remembered when no longer deployed can be a huge boost to wounded warriors who face months and years of recovery.
This team is the core of the Wounded Warrior Support efforts of Soldiers' Angels, and a vital part of helping the wounded recover both physically and emotionally for their challenges. Team members send cards and letters of support to service members who are sometimes suffering catastrophic injuries and need to know they are not forgotten. The only commitment is to send a card/letter a week. Individual packages are not sent, but sometimes there are requests for supplies for hospitals or a particular soldier's need.
If you know somebody who would appreciate support from the Wounded TLC Team, please email us. If you would like to join the WTLC Team and help make a difference in the life of a recovering wounded warrior, join Soldiers' Angels. Click here to get started! After you become an Angel, go to ApprovedAngels.com to sign up for the team.
We first learned of Soldiers' Angels at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington DC. Our son...was severely injured...in eastern Afghanistan. He received his purple heart backpack from Soldiers' Angels and when he came home, letters started pouring in from all corners of this country. We wish to thank Soldiers' Angels from the bottom of our hearts for your aid to our son, and to all the 'angels' who took the time to express their caring and support. - Mike & Jackie
Thank you so much for all the warm wishes that have been sent to me. I have received literally dozens of cards wishing me a speedy recovery. So you all know, I am having just that -- a speedy recovery...When I got all my personal belongings back as I was getting out of the ICU, I got the little trinkets that I kept as good luck charms in my pocket -- one of which was a small angel that was given to me from a friend. Thank you all for your love and support. - Dorothy
"I would like to thank all the people who have taken a moment of their lives to send me cards & wishes for a speedy recovery, The wounds I have aren't on the outside, but still exist. I didn't think that people really cared about the members of the Services if it wasn't a person close to them. This has reopened my eyes, to see that I was wrong." – Corporal H.