Soldier's Angels also
has provided Kevlar
blankets for our troops.
That means bullet
Hard to imagine,
but all the more reason
If it was our child,
we would want
him or her to have
does just that.
Soldiers are truly enduring the horrible.
We must pull together as a country.
I ask you, no I get down on my knees and
I beg you support a soldier TODAY.
Do something now to help, Adopt A Soldier. Write a
letter. Go to your local veterans association. See if
there is a wife with a husband deployed and mow her
lawn, watch her children, give her a hug.
Help the wounded.
DO SOMETHING to support these precious heroes.
I need you, they need you.
The response from the public has been outstanding
and in the 3 years I was intrusted with
the running and managing of S.A
I have seen miracles on a daily basis.
Rich Lowe who came through with air miles,
hours before we got our first wounded soldier
and Lauren Pomerantz who came up with a round trip
voucher for these heroes family.
West Point coming through with needed dollars so
S.A. could get backpacks to our wounded filled with
comfort items and a Blanket Of Hope.
The miracle of a car agency and it's manager
Elizabeth Axelguard who took a soldiers mother into
her arms and helped provide safe transportation when
her car was stolen. The miracle of 80,000 people
stepping forward to adopt a soldier/sailor/marine/Air
Force to the amazing 500 laptops to those wounded
in the field.
The miracle of the internet and the Amazing
Milbloggers who not only bring us the TRUTH of what
is happening on the War On Terror but also have
allowed many to connect and effectively help out the
Military and their families.
My personal gratitude and the appreciatiation of all
our Heroes and Angels go out to the myriad of
upstanding and doggedly determined Radio Angels
that everyday remind us what it means to stand for
I have witnessed hundreds and hundreds of stories of
everyday acts by Soldiers Angels so many we are
trying to have an oral history put into print. Look for
the Soldiers Angels Story coming soon in our website.
Thank you Again for allowing me to be here
during these historic times.
does accept submissions
from published and
unpublished women writers.
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Patti Patton-Bader, is the mother of Sgt. Brandon Varn,
who made the call that day.
As a result Patti founded Soldiers' Angels, a 5013c Non Profit,
which has done so much good! You are so going to love this!
Patti's sons deployment to Iraq brought to her attention a multitude of
needs that were not being met for deployed soldiers. Brandon told her of
numerous material needs of soldiers, things that they truly needed in
order to make their deployment as safe as possible. He also told her
how many soldiers do not receive any kind of moral support or comfort
from home. No letters. No goody boxes. Nothing.
As a mom, this was more than Patti's heartstrings could bear.
In 2003 she created Soldiers Angels, so that "No soldier would go
unloved." Don't let the slogan fool you. This is organization is not
all mush and no substance. In fact, Our editorial staff, (who holds a
combined experience of over 70 years sitting on various charitable
boards), views this as one of the singularly most effective, efficient and
well run organizations we have ever seen.
Soldier's Angels is really top drawer.
Soldier's Angels is an all volunteer run organization, incorporated in the
state of Nevada. Soldiers' Angels started in June of 2003. The Soldiers'
Angels mission is to provide aide and comfort to any of the armed forces
and their families.
More importantly, the slogan describes the motivation behind Soldiers'
Angels. By working together and sharing a common vision of service, the
volunteers of Soldiers' Angels send care to deployed soldier's and their
loved ones at home.
To date they have accomplished to send thousands of care packages to
deployed soldiers, helped the wounded at most military hospitals and
aided military families in need.
From its very inception, the focus of Soldiers' Angels has been:
Helping to bring home healthy soldiers.
"May No Soldier Go Unloved"
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taking care of our troops.
FROM PATTI PATTON-BADER
Please Answer The Call
|She Did, You Can
Please allow us to introduce you to the remarkable
|"I wonder what happens if I
click one of these buttons?"
Alice said to herself....
"My son called me and said, Mom, you wouldn't believe how many
soldiers over here never get anything in the mail, no calls, no support
of any kind, nothing."
"I decided that this was unacceptable,
and that I was going to do something ..."
|Our editorial staff,
(who holds a combined
experience of over 70 years
sitting on various
views this as one of the
singularly most effective,
efficient and well run
organizations we have
|By working together
and sharing a
the volunteers of
Soldiers' Angels send
care to deployed
soldier's and their
loved ones at home.
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