From the FRONT: 17 May

Thank you for the wonderful care package you sent. It was filled with care, generosity, and coffee – Yum!
It is tremendously helpful for our Deployed Soldiers, Airmen and Marines. It was so very kind especially when there are times it feels we are alone – Your package reminded us – we are not.
Thank You! Marcus


From the FRONT: 13 Apr

Hello sir! As my time here at (redacted) is coming to an end I would like to thank you guys for helping us out so much. It has meant a lot to me and my battles to receive such wonderful items! We definitely use it all! This is (name redacted). His unit has been here for a few months now. I wish to “pass on the torch” to him as it was passed to me! Again, My roommates and I greatly appreciate every package We have received! Thank you guys so much!


From the FRONT: 12 Dec

“Aloha and good morning to Adopt-a-Soldier Platoon members,

Happy Holiday, Merry Christmas, and Happy New Year. We at (unit name redacted) received your care package and would like to say Thank You (Mahalo).

Much appreciated and our warmest greeting back to All, who took each of your time to send and pack all the stuffs to us away from our home country.

Have an enjoyable Holiday season, Christmas and New Year 2021 celebration with family, relatives, and friends.

Mahalo Nui Loa for thinking and caring about us – all military service members. Appreciated and big Thank You to All. God Bless to us and America. Very respectfully,



From the FRONT: 22 OCT

“I just wanted to reach out and Thank You folks for the care package we received today. It’s always a morale boost for our guys when they receive goods from home. While reading your attached newsletter we noticed that you folks, along with a lot of your contents, are from NJ. A few of our soldiers even live close to some of your donors; it’s a small world! We appreciate your hard work and generosity, V/R” Thomas


From the FRONT: 20 Sept

I just wanted to reach out and say Thank You for the care package we received from you folks.   Unfortunately for us, because of Corona Virus and the withdraw of troops, we haven’t had a Post Exchange visit since we’ve been in country.   It doesn’t seem likely that we will have one for the remainder of our deployment either.   Our only source of comfort items is via the mail from generous organizations like yours and our family members at home.   It is always a morale boost for our guys to get some treats from home.   I’ve attached a picture of a few of our guys enjoying cigars that were in our care package.
We are extremely grateful and keep up the great work!  Thomas