AnySoldier.com bridges the gap between soldiers and civilians, giving people an opportunity to make their military-support a physical reality for individual soldiers.
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AnySoldier.com Delivers Military Care to Every Soldier and More

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AnySoldier.com started with a family tradition: Marty and Sue Horn would send their son, Army Sergeant Brian Horn, about six care packages per week while he served in Iraq in 2003. The care packages brought joy and comfort to Brian and his entire unit, highlighting the importance of receiving signs of love and support from back home.

Millions of military service members serving overseas during wartime are often faced with harsh conditions, including lack of basic necessities, and most never receive mail or packages.

LIFE CHANGING MILITARY SUPPORT

AnySoldier.com started as a website offering Brian's address at "Attn: Any Soldier," allowing civilians to show their support with packages to anonymous soldiers.

Due to overwhelming response, the Horns expanded into the other Military branches in 2004. As of 2011, AnySoldier.com AnyMarine, AnyAirman, AnySailor, and AnyCoastGuardsman, have served over 1.4 million troops stationed in 22 locations.

Military service members and unit leaders have expressed their sincere gratitude and joy at the support they receive.

CARE PACKAGES CARE FOR SOLDIERS AND BEYOND

AnySoldier.com bridges the gap between soldiers and civilians, giving people an opportunity to make their military-support a physical reality for individual soldiers.

Along with military service members, AnySoldier.com has also supported wounded Marines; helped import wheelchairs for injured Afghani children; arranged shipments of medical supplies and textbooks throughout Iraq; and more.

AnySoldier.com packages may be directed to civilians living in war zones, providing toys, books, and necessary supplies to those in need.

ANYSOLDIER DEPENDS ON YOUR SUPPORT

As a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, AnySoldier.com is still almost entirely family-run and depends on donations to keep the goodwill flowing.

There are many creative ways to support AnySoldier. For example, many online businesses such as Amazon.com provide a customer option to contribute a percentage of sales to AnySoldier.com. Find out how you can help.



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