Monday, October 26, 2015 is National Day of the Deployed, a holiday founded by Soldiers’ Angels to honor all of the brave men and women who have been deployed and are sacrificing, or have sacrificed, their lives to fight for our country. It’s also a day that acknowledges the families they are separated from. Soldiers’ Angels founded this holiday to further support our mission of ensuring that No Soldier Goes Unloved. It’s important to us that our deployed military service members and their families are supported.
Learn more about Day of the Deployed here.
February 06, 2019
Believe it or not, one of the items that is most requested from service members and veterans is socks! Just think how nice a brand new pair of socks feel when you slip your feet in... Soldiers' Angels wants to help keep the toes of our troops and veterans feeling toasty, and you can help! Start a sock collection drive & send us NEW socks in all colors and sizes in their original packaging. We will distribute the socks to veterans in VA Hospitals and include in our care packages to deployed. The collection dates will run from February 15 - May 31st.
Send your socks to:
2700 NE Loop 410, Suite 310
San Antonio, Texas 78217
Learn more about Soldiers' Angels Warm Feet for Warriors here.
One man has made it his personal quest to get The Rock to join him in the well-known intense CrossFit workout, The Murph-- and he's doing it all just to give back to service members and veterans while raising awareness about the work Soldiers' Angels is doing to support them. Learn more about this man's fitness challenge and how you can help us get The Rock to join him!
Thanks to the generosity of so many people, Soldiers’ Angels was able to serve 1,007 families over the holidays through the Soldiers' Angels Adopt-A-Family program. Out of that, 675 families were new and had never received Adopt-A-Family support from Soldiers' Angels in the past. In our recent blog, we interview one family supported through the Soldiers' Angels Adopt-A-Family program and how their adopter made their holiday special... even though their deployed service member couldn't be there to celebrate with them.