Support Our Troops

ipadsforsoldiersiPads for Soldiers
These troops are risking their lives far away from their homes and loved ones. They have no TV or cell phone, and no way to carry heavy books or computers in their 110-lb rucksacks. In addition to supporting soldiers out in the field, they are also donating iPads to wounded military who have been repatriated State-side for treatment and rehabilitation at military medical facilities.

email_militaryeMail Our Military
Our troops deserve our respect, encouragement and admiration for their tireless dedication to keeping us safe and secure. As they are separated from their loved ones at home, your participation in eMOM gives our troops the support and encouragement they need and deserve.

FreedomCallsFreedom Calls Foundation
Building a network to support state of the art communications between our Troops around the world and their families here at home.

OperationGiveOperation Give
Provides toys, clothing and school supplies primarily to the children of Iraq and Afghanistan.

Dedication of HFOT home for Cpl. Ammon Lang, USMC (ret.) Informal portrait of AMMON LANG and family outside the front door of their new home. Attendee VIPs: ¥ Doreen Lewis, HFOT representative ¥ Garret DelaBarre, NPBA President, Building Partner ¥ Mayor Cherie Kidd, Port Angeles Mayor ¥ Gen. Tim McHale (ret.) - HFOT * Cpl. Ammon Lang (USMC ret.), wife, and kids ¥ FaLeana Hines Wech, BIAW & NPBA ¥   Jerry Hines of Hines Construction, the lead contractor Photo by Patrick Downs

Homes for our Troops
To build specially adapted homes for our severely disabled soldiers and their families. From donations of building materials, monetary donations and equipment and fund raisers being hosted in our benefit, people everywhere have embraced the effort as their own.

OperationACOperation Air Conditioner
Provides not only air conditioners but space heaters (the desert is cold in the winter) for soldiers around the world.

AdoptAPlatoonAdopt a Platoon
The AdoptaPlatoon Soldier Support Effort is managed nationwide by volunteer mothers to ensure that deployed United States Service members in all branches of the military are not forgotten by providing needed mail support and to promote patriotism in our schools and communities.

100621-F-6350L-156        U.S. Army Pfc. Kyle Somerlot, with the 330th Transportation Brigade, reads a book aboard a C-17 Globemaster III cargo aircraft as he awaits his turn to perform an airborne insertion during a joint forcible entry exercise at Pope Air Force Base, N.C., on June 21, 2010.  A joint forcible entry exercise is a weeklong exercise conducted six times a year by soldiers from Fort Bragg and airmen at Pope that is designed to enhance cohesion between the Army and Air Force through large-scale heavy equipment and troop movements.  DoD photo by Staff Sgt. Angelita M. Lawrence, U.S. Air Force.  (Released)

Books For Soldiers
Help the troops escape boredom by donating some books. You can also donate DVDs and CDs requested by soldiers.

OperationHeroMilesOperation Hero Miles
Operation Hero Miles provides a way for you to help our troops stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan by donating your unused frequent flyer miles.  Soldiers on R & R or Emergency Leave are flown free to Germany or Baltimore/Washington, Dallas/Fort Worth, or Atlanta, by the military.  Existing law requires soldiers to pay for their own flights beyond.

KeystoneMilitaryFamiliesKeystone Military Families
To aid in the communication between deployed soldiers and their families. Keystone Military Families is a 100% volunteer non profit organization. Through the site, you can show your support by adopting a soldier (or platoon) or becoming a penpal. You may also make a donation to help with postage or you can sponsor a care package to one of our troops.

LetssaythanksLets Say Thanks
You can choose a card designed by kids from around the country. Enter your name and hometown then choose from several pre-made messages. Xerox will print the card and send it off to one of the soldiers around the world.

CellPhones ForSoldiersCell Phones For Soldiers
The Cell Phones for Soldiers program was started by two teenagers from Massachusetts – Brittany Bergquist and her brother, Robbie.  After hearing a news report about a local soldier who ran up a massive phone bill calling home from Iraq, they decided they wanted to do something to help.

BlueStarMothersBlue Star Mothers
The Blue Star Mothers was founded by service members’ moms during World War II. Any mother with a son or daughter in the military can join.

Fisher HouseThe Fisher House
The Fisher House program is a unique private-public partnership that supports America’s military in their time of need. These homes enable family members to be close to a loved one at the most stressful time – during the hospitalization for an unexpected illness, disease, or injury.

OperationInterdependenceOperation Interdependence
Supplies care packages to deployed soldiers. You can help out by providing goods, coordinating efforts or donating funds.

OperationGratitudeOperation Gratitude
Operation Gratitude, together with the California Army National Guard in Van Nuys, seeks to lift troops’ morale, and bring a smile to their faces by sending Care Packages to service members overseas.  Packages may contain food, necessities, entertainment items and personal letters of appreciation, all wrapped with good wishes of love and support.

SoldiersAngelsSoldiers’ Angels
Become some soldier’s angel by adopting a service member.

SemperFiFundThe Semper Fi Fund
If you are interested in volunteering or making a donation to an organization making a difference in how our veterans and wounded service members are cared for, we suggest: “The Semper Fi Fund”.

AnySoldierAny Soldier
Any Soldier i s a non-profit organization that helps people find soldiers, and send care packages to members of the armed services in Iraq.


Dave Graveline and the “Into Tomorrow” team invite you to send care packages to our soldiers, located all over the world. Mail must be addressed to an individual or job title such as “Commander,” “Commanding Officer,” etc. “More info and restrictions for zip code 09316.”

Be sure to include a pen, a self-addressed envelope, and a sheet of paper for them to respond to you, when they have time.