Supporters

As a 501(c)(3) non-profit, nonpartisan organization, Soldiers’ Angels relies entirely on the generosity of our supporters, which include individuals, schools, civic groups, corporations, and foundations. This support is critical to advancing Soldiers’ Angels’ mission of providing aid, comfort, and resources to our active military, veterans, and their families. 

Thanks to our supporters, Soldiers’ Angels has provided more than $205 million in aid to military and veteran families since 2003, achieving a 96% efficiency rating and earning top scores from charity evaluators for our accountability and transparency. Our supporters come from diverse backgrounds with varied political and social views.  And while we celebrate that diversity and our shared commitment to supporting the advancement of Soldiers’ Angels’ mission, our acceptance of a donation from any particular individual, foundation or corporation is not evidence of an alignment with any particular political or social views.  Soldiers’ Angels does not engage in any political activities or endorse or support any political campaigns or candidates.

For more information on becoming an Angel supporter, please contact us by phone at 210-629-0020 or visit soldiersangels.org/ways-to-give.

Mission Donors

Diamond Contributions of $100,000 or more in either cash or budget-relieving in-kind per year

The mission of the Atlanta Community Food Bank is to fight hunger by engaging, educating, and empowering their community. From supporting community gardens to assisting people in finding economic security, the Food Bank covers a wide range of opportunities for people to learn and get involved. The Atlanta Community Food Bank has partnered with Soldiers’ Angels to provide food assistance to Atlanta-area veterans through the monthly Soldiers’ Angels Veteran Mobile Food Distribution.

Books-A-Million, Inc. is one of the nation’s leading book retailers and sells on the Internet at www.booksamillion.com. BAM! partners with Soldiers’ Angels twice a year by inviting their customers to purchase coffee in their stores nationwide. BAM! also matches a portion of the donation as well. Each year, through their generosity, millions of dollars worth of coffee are shipped from Soldiers’ Angels to deployed service members worldwide and handed out to veterans across the country.

Black Rifle Coffee Company

Black Rifle Coffee Company is a veteran-owned coffee company serving premium coffee to people who love America. We develop our explosive roast profiles with the same mission focus we learned as military members serving this great country and are committed to supporting veterans, law enforcement, and first responders. With every purchase you make, we give back.

Carlson Family Foundation Logo

The Curtis L. Carlson Family Foundation operates as a non-profit organization. The Foundation provides contributions and supports education, scholarships, youth mentoring, culture, healthcare, and other programs.

Founded in 1978, FBR was known as the Colorado Food Clearing House. Operating from a 900-square-foot schoolroom in Northwest Denver, the fledgling organization collected bread from a nearby Safeway store, their first food donor, and distributed it to Little Sisters of the Poor, their first partner agency. Today, Food Bank of the Rockies has extended its reach across Northern Colorado, providing food and supplies to more than 500 hunger-relief programs. Food Bank of the Rockies has partnered with Soldiers’ Angels to provide food assistance to Denver-area veterans through the monthly Soldiers’ Angels Veteran Mobile Food Distribution.

The Girl Scouts of the United States of America is a youth organization for girls in the United States and American girls living abroad.  During their annual cookies sales, many scouts offer customers the opportunity to purchase the cookies and donate them to the troops.  Soldiers’ Angels is the recipient of many of these cookies annually receiving over 235,000 boxes of cookies in 2015 alone. These cookies are sent to our troops deployed oversees and served to veteran patients in the VA Medical Centers.

Headquartered in Detroit, Gleaners operates five distribution centers in Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Livingston and Monroe counties and provides food to 499 partner soup kitchens, food pantries, shelters and other agencies throughout southeastern Michigan. On average, Gleaners distributes 96,000 meals each day including providing nourishing food and nutrition education to 171,000 children a year. Gleaners Community Food Bank has partnered with Soldiers’ Angels to provide food assistance to Detroit-area veterans through the monthly Soldiers’ Angels Veteran Mobile Food Distribution.

The Lowcountry Food Bank serves the 10 coastal counties of South Carolina and distributed more than 28 million pounds of food in 2017. The Lowcountry Food Bank helps fight hunger by distributing food to nearly 300 partner agencies. Lowcountry Food Bank has partnered with Soldiers’ Angels to provide food assistance to Charleston-area veterans through the monthly Soldiers’ Angels Veteran Mobile Food Distribution.

Founded in 1980, the San Antonio Food Bank began as the first food bank in Texas but has quickly grown to serve 58,000 individuals per week. The organization provides food assistance to one of the largest service areas in Texas and encompasses 16 counties. In 2015, Soldiers’ Angels became a food bank Partner Agency to provide food assistance to low-income and at-risk veteran families in the San Antonio area. The San Antonio Food Bank has partnered with Soldiers’ Angels to provide food assistance to San Antonio-area veterans through the monthly Soldiers’ Angels Veteran Mobile Food Distribution.

Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida is a private, nonprofit organization that collects, stores, and distributes donated food to more than 550 feeding partners in six Central Florida counties: Brevard, Lake, Orange, Osceola, Seminole, and Volusia. Last year, with the help of numerous donors, volunteers, and a caring, committed community, the food bank distributed nearly 58 million meals to partner programs such as food pantries, soup kitchens, women’s shelters, senior centers, daycare centers, and Kids Cafes. Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida has partnered with Soldiers’ Angels to provide food assistance to Orlando-area veterans through the monthly Soldiers’ Angels Veteran Mobile Food Distribution.

For more than 35 years, Trail’s End has partnered with the Boy Scouts of America. Our mission has always been the same: to help Scout packs, troops and councils raise the money needed to fund their programs and activities throughout the year. Many Trail’s End customers have graciously purchased and donated popcorn to the troops. In 2015 alone, Trail’s End and the Boy Scouts of America donated over 1,000 pallets of popcorn to Soldiers’ Angels to distribute to the troops, their families, those serving overseas and veteran patients in VA Medical Centers around the country.

Founded in 1922 by a group of military officers, USAA is among the leading providers of insurance, banking and investment and retirement solutions to 13 million members of the U.S. military, veterans who have honorably served and their families. Headquartered in San Antonio, Tex., USAA has offices in seven U.S. cities and three overseas locations and employees more than 36,000 people worldwide. Each year, the company contributes to national and local nonprofits in
support of military families and communities where employees live and work. In 2020, USAA provided a large financial donation for holiday support to deployed and veterans through Soldiers’ Angels. The funding provided 7,000 holiday stockings, including shipping costs, to deployed service members and the adoption of 120 families through the Soldiers’ Angels Adopt-A-Family program.

  • Boulder Botanical & Bioscience Labs
  • Concordia Lutheran Church
  • Girl Scouts Nation’s Capital
  • Girl Scouts of Central Texas
  • Girl Scouts of Gateway Council
  • Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta
  • Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago
    and NW Indiana
  • Girl Scouts of Gulf Coast Florida
  • Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana
  • Girl Scouts of San Diego
  • Girl Scouts of Southeast Florida
  • Girl Scouts Southeastern Michigan
  • Girl Scouts of Southern Alabama
  • NAPEO National Association of Professional Employer Organizations (NAPEO)
  • Parkdale Mills

Platinum

Donations of a minimum of $50,000 in cash or budget-relieving in-kind per year

  • Baptist Health Foundation of San Antonio
  • BURNCO USA
  • Girl Scouts Heart of the South
  • Girl Scouts of Eastern Iowa and Western Illinois
  • Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia
  • Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council
  • Patricia Rogove
  • Phyllis Jo Baunach
  • Thrive Causemetics Foundation
  • Transamerica Foundation

Gold

Donations of a minimum of $25,000 in cash or budget-relieving in-kind per year

  • Bake Me a Wish
  • Boy Scouts of America, Michigan Crossroads Council
  • Bristol Myers Squibb Company
  • Fifth Generation Inc – Tito’s Handmade Vodka
  • Girl Scouts Eastern WA and Northern ID
  • Girl Scouts of Ohio’s Heartland
  • Kristine Trcka
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company
  • Marcello Sebastiani
  • News Corp
  • Next Fifty Initiative
  • Peraton
  • Quality Technology Services, LLC
  • Roy and Beth Farmer
  • Safeway Foundation
  • TCC
  • The PM Group
  • Valero Energy Foundation
  • Vetsaid Inc.
  • William and Sarah Nowlin

Silver

Donations of a minimum of $10,000 in cash or budget-relieving in-kind per year

  • AAA East Meadow
  • Absolute Business Solutions Corporation
  • AIRBUS U.S. Space & Defense, Inc.
  • Alpha Omincron Pi
  • Altres Foundation
  • Annenberg Foundation
  • Anthony Carrieri
  • Aon
  • Arnold Garrison Foundation
  • Bank of America
  • Barbara Himmelberg
  • Barrett Business Services Inc.
  • Blood Science Foundation
  • Boy Scouts of America, Heart of America Council
  • Boy Scouts of America, Las Vegas Area Council
  • Boy Scouts of America, Orange County Council
  • Boy Scouts of America, San Diego Imperial Council
  • Brian Meharry
  • C. Scott & Dorothy E. Watkins Charitable Foundation
  • Carlin and Holly Jensen
  • Cassie Cathcart
  • Choate, Hall, & Stewart LLP
  • Community Medical Group
  • Deborah Garrison
  • Debra Winard
  • Dennis Schmidt
  • Dung Ho
  • Edward Anderson
  • Elaine Byrne Realty
  • Elena Johnson
  • Fifth Third Bank
  • First Nation Group LLC
  • Frederick Regina
  • Gedney Family Fund
  • Georgina Keyes
  • Gerhard P. Bamsch
  • Girl Scouts of Central Illinois
  • Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada
  • Greg Cesario
  • Grunt Style, LLC
  • Gunn Chevrolet
  • Gunwant Dhaliwal
  • HB Family Foundation
  • HEB Headquarters
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise
  • Hotel Tango Whiskey
  • James Chambers
  • Janet Gordon
  • Janet Mosser
  • Jesse Dahl
  • Jim Froehlich
  • Jimmy Jones
  • Joseph Aimino
  • Joseph Vander Linden
  • Joyce Scutero
  • Kelly Bundy
  • Kent and Patricia Warhol
  • Larrie and Brenda Brysch
  • Linda Marino
  • Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control
  • Mark Stephens
  • Mechanical Testing Services
  • Michael Baird
  • Michael Michaud
  • Michael Taylor

  • Morrow Renewables LLC
  • Navy Federal Credit Union
  • Operation Warm
  • Ottie Tofield
  • Paul and Katherine Morrow Family Foundation
  • Pete’s Garage
  • PrismHR, Inc.
  • Renaissance Charitable Foundation
  • Republic Services
  • Research Innovations Incorporated
  • Richard Lewis
  • Robin Garling
  • Sage Foundation
  • Scrapbook.com
  • Semper Capital Management, LP
  • Sharla R. Hamilton
  • Sky Marketing
  • Stephanie Pressly
  • Strategic Resolution Experts, Inc
  • The BGR Foundation Inc
  • The McCallister Foundation
  • The Mihaly Family Charitable Fund
  • The Pruitt Foundation
  • Theresa Baker
  • UBS Financial Services Inc.
  • Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program
  • Veterans United Foundation
  • Wounded Warrior Military Family Endowment (AFCEA)
  • Xerox Corporation