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To purchase a "Gift from the Homefront" gift certificate for a U.S. servicemember through the Army and Air Force Exchange Service, visit www.aafes.com
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To contribute toward the cost of lodging for a family whose loved one was injured in Operation Iraqi Freedom or the war on terror, visit
www.fisherhouse.org.
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To write a message of encouragement for any hero injured in the line of duty, visit www.caringbridge.org/wounded/heroes
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To provide a foster home for the pet of a U.S. servicemember, visit NetPets at www.netpets.org/netp/foster.php or Operation Noble Foser at
www.operationnoblefoster.org.
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To volunteer at a VA hospital and provide comfort for veterans of past wars, visit www.va.gov/sta/guide/home.asp?DIVISION=ALL.
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To provide a gift of groceries to a military family, visit
www.commissaries.com.
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To contribute to "Operation USO Care Package" visit
www.usometrodc.org/care.html.
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To make a financial contribution toward military families, visit the National Military Family Association at www.nmfa.org.
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To make financial contribution to a family who has lost a loved one in the line of duty, visit the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors Inc. at
www.taps.org.
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To publish a message of 50 words or less for a U.S. servicemember, e-mail Stars and Stripes at messages@estripes.com.
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To send e-mail greetings to U.S. servicemembers, visit
anyservicemember.org/ or www.operationdearabby.net.
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To sign a virtual thank-you card for U.S. servicemembers, visit the Defend America web site at http://www.defendamerica.mil/nmam.html.
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To make a financial contribution to one of the military relief societies, visit Army Emergency Relief at www.aerhq.org/ the Navy/Marine Relief Society at www.nmcrs.org/ the Air Force Aid Society at www.afas.org/ or Coast Guard Mutual Assistance at www.cgmahq.org/.
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Recognizing that the youngest members of our military families endure emotional hardships when moms and dads are called for extended duty overseas, Books for America has launched Books for Our Troops Kids. The program aims to help educate and also to simply bring smiles to the faces of the children of the men and women of our armed services.
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Operation Hero Miles Learn How Americans Use Frequent Flyer Miles to Support Our Troops - Your extra miles today can help our soldiers to get home to their families tomorrow.
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AdoptaPlatoon - Supporting our deployed sons and daughters. The AdoptaPlatoon Soldier Support Effort™ is a nonprofit 501C-3 organization managed nationwide by volunteer mothers to ensure that deployed United States Service Members in all branches of the military are not forgotten and to promote patriotism in our schools and communities.
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CellPhonesForSoldiers.com Cell Phones for Soldiers was created by two teenagers, 13 year old Brittany Bergquist and her brother, 12 year old Robbie Bergquist of Norwell Massachusetts. After reading a story about a soldier who ran up a huge phone bill calling home, the two teenagers decided to try and help. Their goal is to try and help our soldiers serving in Iraq and elswhere pay for calls home. They plan to provide as many soldiers as possible with pre-paid cell phones or calling cards.
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Please do not flood the military mail system with letters, cards, and gifts. Due to security concerns and transportation constraints, the Department cannot accept items to be mailed to " Any Servicemember ." Some people have tried to avoid this prohibition by sending large numbers of packages to an individual servicemember's address, which however well intentioned, clogs the mail and causes unneccessary delays.

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