COVID Response Programs

Soldiers’ Angels staff is working tirelessly amid the COVID-19 pandemic to provide aid and comfort to deployed service members, their families, and veterans in need through COVID Response Programs. We strongly believe that it is our responsibility to ensure that No Soldier Goes Unloved, No Soldier Walks Alone, No Soldier is Forgotten, Until They All Come Home.  Here’s our impact so far:

346,880

SNACK & HYGIENE

items shipped to units supporting COVID relief efforts around the U.S.

14,916

FACE
masks

provided to active duty service members, veterans, and VA Staff.

8,024

Bottles of

Hand Sanitizer

provided to combat deployed, active duty, VA staff, & volunteers at food distributions.

8,522

Food Assistance

provided to veteran families in need through increased support at all 6 food distribution sites.

3,999

HOT MEALS

delivered to VA Hospital Staff across the country who are working the frontlines of the pandemic.

479

VETERANS

provided transportation to/from medical or emergency room visits, or to COVID quarantine housing.

Soldiers' Angels COVID Impact September 2020

Ready to get involved with Soldiers’ Angels COVID Response Programs? We would welcome your help.

Click here to view or download a printable COVID flyer with the many ways you can support the Soldiers’ Angels COVID Response programs. Or click a button below to get involved now.

Below are some of the ways that we are assisting our brave men and women in uniform and those who have fought so gallantly for our freedom in the past. Many of these services are geographic-specific depending on the needs of the VA Hospitals and communities that we support.

  • Providing Tablets and devices for veteran patients at VA’s to video chat with family and/or virtually visit with Soldiers’ Angels staff and volunteers.
  • Providing medical transport for homeless COVID positive veterans to get to a designated quarantine housing facilities.
  • Providing non-perishable box lunches: for low-income veterans who cannot get out to the grocery store due to quarantine measures; for homeless veterans.
  • Making and providing handmade masks to VA Hospital personnel as well as active duty and deployed service members and their families.
  • Providing hygiene kits to VA staff to hand out to veteran patients at the VA on lockdown whose families cannot come in and bring them these items from home.
  • Providing hot meals to VA Hospital Medical Staff on the front-lines of health care.
  • Supporting deploying and deployed units who were activated for COVID relief with care packages, meals, hygiene and snack items, and other immediate needs.
  • Supporting the caregivers of wounded, ill, or injured service members in our Women of Valor program with supplemental food to help them feed their families.
  • Hosting Mobile Food Distributions in six locations throughout the United States (San Antonio, TX; Detroit, MI; Atlanta, GA; Orlando, FL; Charleston, SC; Denver, CO) by providing groceries to over 200 low-income veterans and their families. We will continue this service within the guidelines of the federal, state, and local governments.
  • Sending care packages to deployed service members in areas where supplies are limited.
  • Delivering meals to veterans who are elderly or have health conditions that limit their ability to leave their homes for food due to COVID exposure risk.
  • Purchasing large quantities of hand sanitizer from distilleries or working with donated hand sanitizer from distilleries and transferring to smaller bottles to be included in care packages for deployed service members as well as for use by our volunteers at Mobile Food Distributions.

As additional needs arise, we will be ready to serve based on our resources.

Thank you to these incredible organizations for stepping up to support our troops and veterans during this crisis by supporting Soldiers’ Angels COVID Response Programs.

  • Alamo Chapter – AFCEA
  • Atlanta Community Foundation – Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation
  • Bank of America
  • Citi
  • CMI Orchards
  • FCA Foundation
  • Fifth Generation, Inc. – Tito’s Handmade Vodka
  • Flagstar Foundation
  • Food Lion – Charleston, South Carolina
  • Food Lion – Atlanta, Georgia
  • H-E-B
  • Lockheed Martin
  • National Disability Institute 
  • Nike, Inc.
  • San Antonio Area Foundation
  • Sunstate Foundation
  • Target
  • United Way of Greater Atlanta and Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta
  • Wells Fargo Foundation – San Antonio 
Soldiers' Angels COVID Support and Impact