Due to unforeseen circumstances, my time here has been severely limited, and our IT folks were unable to continue volunteering their time for free. As this website is mainly here just to give the general populace and idea of who we are, I have not tried to institute a huge blog following, even though you might see a few stray comments and stories on here from time to time.

Please note that we will start to upgrade the site this week, so that we can fill you in on some recent activities that have taken place or are currently underway. Thanks for your patience and remember, as long as the troops are out in the field for us, we should be there for them in any way possible.

If you would like to see us at a more active page, please feel free to join us at our facebook page, we look forward to seeing you there 🙂





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  1. Brandon contacted me and asked me to please post my email I sent him to his site for others to see. Well, I sent the message through the “contact us” link, and was then unable to copy it.

    Well, basically I contacted him to tell him how incredibly touched I was about his and his daughter’s personal sacrifice and devotion to such an incredible cause. I was just humbled by their generosity. So, I felt the least that I could do was to try to get the word out through my own facebook. I just wish that there was more I could do. Here is a copy of my post, and Thank you Brandon, to you and your daughter for your incredible selfless act of kindness.

    Anyone that knows me well, knows that I am a huge advocate of soldiersangels.org, and that I give all that I can to help our brave men and woman serving our country. It doesn’t matter if you are for or against this war, our soldiers are still doing the job they are told to do every day. And so many of them are there ill-equipt and un-supported.

    Well I came across an article about a father and daughter and their own selfless act to help out our country’s soldiers. I am asking that you PLEASE read and pass this on.

    To think that they do what they do and sacrifice what they have just to help out our soldiers I found to be incredible. To see a 7 year old girl give up her Christmas presents just to help find the money to get this cause running, just blew me away. Then to see they got so excited after they finally raised enough money to send over 12 pairs of glasses to our soldiers. My first thought was”are you kidding me? They could only raise enough for 12 pairs?!” After the sacrifices and road they traveled to get to that point….

    Anyways I got on their site http://www.americaswarriors.org to make a donation and was contacted by the father, Brandon Kent. He told me that I was the very first “non-related” person to give a donation.
    Well, I found that to be very sad. What a great cause, and they just can not get the word out because as he told me, they just do not have the money to really “advertise” their cause and they have to compete with the much larger established charities. Well, I figured if they can sacrifice so much, then the least that I can do is try to spread the word, for free. So, please, please, whether you can donate yourself or not, can you please forward the link to those you know. You tell 2 friends, and they tell 2 friends, and so on, and so on…
    And maybe we can help out just a little bit more, as this 7-year-old little girl did…
    And Happy Thanksgiving to all!

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