Soldiers’ Angels Thanks You
November 24, 2015
We’re getting ready to wrap up the week for Thanksgiving and thought we’d share some things that are on our hearts as we draw nearer to the Thanksgiving holiday. We are thankful for so many things…
We are thankful for the brave men and women who are serving this great country of ours. Who sacrifice the comforts of home and are away from their families for one worthy cause: so that we can continue to enjoy the freedoms we hold so dearly.
We honor and are thankful for those who have served this country. We are thankful for all that they have done. May our veterans always be in your hearts.
Our Military Families
May we not forget that for every veteran and deployed military person, there are family members that have sacrificed as well. The heartache they feel while their loved ones are away and the time they spend caring for them when they come home. We are thankful for the care and the sacrifice of our military families.
We are so very thankful for our angels and volunteers. People who selflessly give and send smiles to our military and veterans. Our angels help us serve our mission to ensure that no soldier goes unloved. For this we are truly thankful. Each and every one of our angels makes a difference in the lives of our military, their families, and our veterans. The kind of support they provide cannot be more important.
For those who help make Soldiers’ Angels an amazing non-profit to be a part of, we are thankful. Our staff works tirelessly to serve our mission. They are hardworking, they are selfless, and they truly care about the things that matter: our troops and veterans.
To all of our donors, partner organizations, and businesses who have pitched in: THANK YOU! We are so thankful for every donation, every collection drive, every minute of your time and everything you do to support our mission.
Yes, you reading this blog post. We are thankful for you. Maybe this is your first time to our website. Maybe you are a regular reader. Maybe you’ve contributed or volunteered or told someone about us. Thank you for staying connected to us and thank you for caring about our troops and veterans.
Last but certainly not least, we are thankful for our families. They love us and support us unconditionally and we cannot wait to spend the Thanksgiving holiday in their fellowship.
While you enjoy this holiday with friends or family, please remember our deployed military who may not get to spend Thanksgiving with their loved ones.