Angel on the Move

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Amy Krome became a Soldiers' Angels volunteer in March of 2005. After the tragic events of 9/11, Amy wanted to do something to give back, but her disability of cerebral palsy made it difficult for her to find the best niche. She found her place at Soldiers' Angels and now, in her 10th anniversary of being an 'Angel' to our military service members and veterans, Amy is taking on another challenge to support our brave men and women in uniform and our veterans. On September 5th and 6th, Amy is going to bike a little over 8 miles through Legacy Trail in Lexington, KY to raise funds for Soldiers' Angels. 

Amy's goal is to raise $3,000 during the bike ride named "Angel on the Move." Her mission is even receiving some attention in the Medical community. A recent article in Emergency Physicians Monthly highlights her upcoming adventure:

To read more about Amy, take a look at our blog post:

To help Amy reach her goal, donate here:

Thank you to this very special Angel! Amy, your hard-work and dedication to our service members, veterans and Soldiers' Angels is truly inspiring.

Other Highlights

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Moving and Relocating: How to Help Your Child Cope

Every move, no matter how big or small is stressful. And if moving is stressful for adults, imagine how stressful the event can be for little ones. This is especially true for military families who often have no choice regarding if they move, when they move, or where they move to. Click here for tips that can assist military families in helping their child cope with moving and relocating.

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Blanket Drive

Blankets are more than a sense of warmth. They are a form of comfort when you’re sick, feeling down, or just need something to curl up with to relax. Think how much warmth and comfort your favorite blanket provides for you when you are cold or lonely. We want to gift that same feeling to veterans in VA Hospitals as well as wounded service members being treated in various facilities. Our annual Blanket Drive has officially begun and will continue through August 31st. Please help us reach our goal of collecting 2,000 blankets for service members and veterans! Learn more about the Soldiers' Angels Blanket Drive here.

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30,000+ Happy Feet Through Warm Feet For Warriors

As you may know, we recently ended our Warm Feet For Warriors Campaign. From February through May, we collected all kinds of socks to give out to our service members and veterans and we were completely overwhelmed by the response to this year's campaign!! In addition to exceeding our goal of collecting 15,000 socks, Tommy John, an underwear and apparel company, decided to MATCH our 15,000 pair goal!! We don't have a final count yet... our warehouse team is busy counting all of the socks that came in over the last week and more donations are arriving daily. We'll be sure to let you know the final count after June 15. Learn more about the collection and Tommy John's incredible match.

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How to Have a Stress-Free Move When Reassigned

Reassignment can be hard on the family. We leave behind friends, schools, and the lives we had begun to create for ourselves. However, there are ways we can ease the transition, and make the move itself as smooth as possible with a bit of planning. Do you have an upcoming reassignment? Check out some of these great moving tips from guest blogger, Amanda Henderson.

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Making Paracord Bracelets for Troops

You know those really thick braided bracelets you see a lot of military, hikers, survivalists, and first responders wearing? As cool as they look, they are not a fashion statement. They’re called paracord bracelets and are a very necessary survival item. Paracord bracelets actually started as a way for service members and first responders to carry extra cord in a lightweight, compact manner-- and the service members we support love to receive these useful bracelets in care packages! Learn more about how you and your team can make paracord bracelets and get them to our service members.

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Cricket Wireless and Soldiers' Angels

In honor of Military Appreciation Month, Cricket Wireless is teaming up with Soldiers' Angels to honor our military veterans! Not only will Cricket Wireless be sponsoring all six Soldiers' Angels Veteran Mobile Food Distributions across the country they will also be collecting donations of non-perishable food items in over 350 stores in 6 cities! The collected items will be packaged in Soldiers' Angels Box Lunches for homeless and at-risk veterans.

Collection Drive begins Monday, May 13th, 2019!

We couldn't be more thrilled to be partnering with Cricket Wireless to honor our veterans! Can you help us make this collection drive a success? Click here to learn what items we are collecting as well as the participating stores where you can drop off your items.

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How to Start a VA Representative Site in Your City

Our Veteran Support Program has grown quickly over the last few years and that growth shows no sign of slowing down! Soldiers’ Angels currently works in over 30 VA Hospitals across the country, providing volunteer support, doing patient visits, giving out supplies like box lunches and hygiene kits, and organizing luncheons and other group activities. At each VA site, the team on the ground is completely volunteer-based!! We receive a lot of questions regarding starting a Veteran Support team in a city where we currently are not located-- so we put down some tips to getting started! Click here to learn how you can start a Soldiers' Angels Veteran Support Team near you.

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Service Banners: What Do They Mean?

Our nation’s service members put their lives on the line for all of us, and one of the ways we thank them is by flying service banners in their honor. Each banner has a specific meaning and is flown at a specific time. This quick guide will tell you when to fly which military service banner and for what occasions.

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Why Don't They Write Back?

One of our oldest and most popular virtual teams is our Letter Writing Team. Each year our Letter Writing Angels send hundreds of thousands of letters to deployed service members around the world. Many of our Angels connect with the service members they support and form a fruitful penpal relationship throughout the service members deployment and beyond. But it is also quite common for our Angels to experience what they have termed as "Silent Service Members," or service members that don't respond to letters. Although it can be discouraging not to receive a response, we encourage our Angels to continue to write. Here's why service members may not have the chance to write back.

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Dallas Cowboys Military Combine

We’re proud to partner with Caliber Collision for the 3rd Annual Dallas Cowboys Military Combine on April 13th. It’s a FREE day of family fun on the field at ATT Stadium in Arlington, with bounce houses, games, concessions and more. Watch 50 elite military heroes take to the turf and compete in six official NFL Combine drills. Dallas Cowboys Alumni and the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders will be available for pictures and autographs. Learn more at

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Blazing the Trail as a Servant Leader

We’re so excited to announce that the Soldiers' Angels Atlanta Volunteer Coordinator Travies Mims has been chosen as a JABY Inc. 2019 Veteran’s International Trailblazer Award recipient! The International Trailblazer Awards are all about “honoring regular people doing outstanding things in the community” - which is exactly what Travies is all about. Learn more about this incredible Soldiers' Angels Angel volunteer.

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Remembering President and Veteran George H.W. Bush

One of the most remarkable things about George H.W. Bush’s experiences is not his dedication to public service, nor the historical mark he left on America as our 41st president. It’s the fact that his life story has so much in common with the veterans and service members of today: what led him to a life of service, the challenges he faced both after serving in the war and as he aged, and the solutions that he found - that can also work for the larger veteran community. Learn more about President George H.W. Bush's life, legacy, and service to our country.