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Gifts For The Greater Good: Care Package Ideas

http://www.berries.com/blog/care-packages-for-the-greater-good

Let's not forget those who have been wounded and whose lives have been forever altered by protecting us at home. Visit this website and see if you can help: Semper Fi Fund

The Soldier's Project

We are a group of licensed mental health professionals who offer free psychological treatment to military service members (active duty, National Guard, Reserves and veterans) and their loved ones who have served or who expect to serve in the conflicts in Iraq or Afghanistan.

 


Squidoo.com

Free Music for Troops

 

Brain and Spinal Cord.org

 

www.MilitaryConnection.com

 

The American Patriot Program

 

 

Keystone Soldiers
Support Organization

   

FAMILIES UNITED, An organization of families, veterans and others supporting our troops and their families. Please visit their website.

Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center

as well as:

 

MAKE THE CONNECTION

VETERANS RESOURCE SITE

Visit www.MarineParents.com, a Place to Connect & Share (tm)
Marine Parents

 

www.ktmamerica.com

Offering to share income from membership applications to American Motorcycle Association.

Brain Injury Association of America

 

www.BikerOrNot.com

Cyprus Cares

 

Kilroy Was Here

 

USA Cheerleaders

 


IBrain.org

The Graffiti of War Project


 

Local Germantown, TN Patriots!


 
Check out Mike Corrado's “On My Watch Tonight”


 

 

Concussions, TBI and Head Injury Resources

 


Serving Those Who Serve.  Rebuilding Together’s Serving Those Who SERVE was developed to meet the needs of injured soldiers and veterans returning from Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. We focus on providing home modifications and repairs to help ease the transition of the veteran or soldier back into their home.

 


Sport-SOS.com builds awareness, provides educational programs, develops new fundraising programs and connects donors with youth athletes in need.  http://www.sport-sos.com/awarenessmonth.html  

 

American Pride Films Group

 

Manufacturers of Helmet Upgrade systems:

Oregon Aero  Published test results available for ACH, MICH, PASGT, LWH.  Test results information on website       

Skydex Corporation Information available on PASGT, ACH. Test results information on website.

Gentex: Now offers an 8-pad protection comfort system: no test results on website.

 

MSA: Describe their version of ACH pads as "absorbent". Scary: Water-logged pads aren't compressible to respond to sudden impacts.

 

Team Wendy provides many of the pads systems for the advanced combat helmet (ACH).

 

 

GO BUCKS!

CHAMP HENSON of Ohio State Football Fame Joins Operation Helmet team to Help Provide an Extra Measure of Protection for the Troops in Harm's Way.  Buckeyes issue challenge to Michigan: Keep up if you can!

 

AnySoldier.com

 

 

OnSite Support http://www.onsightsupport.org/

 

1MEF (Justin's Unit)

 

USMC

 

US Army and Army Experience...for real!

 

US Navy

 

US Air Force

 

Tough Mudder raises money for the Wounded Warrior project through sponsorships of veterans taking part in grueling races. Seems legit, raised over one million for WWP so far.

 

AFCEA Philly

 

Cypress Cares: Sends care packages to troops in combat zones, run by an ex-Army Nurse.

 

One of the better slide shows: Great photos of our men and women going about their jobs.

 

 

For an interesting look at the history of helmets, go to Steel Pots: A History of Helmets

 

 

Handy Heroes - Trade Or Barter Your Skills and Services
HandyHeroes.com is a national network of service providers made up of community heroes - firefighters, police, military personnel, paramedics and EMS. Through HandyHeroes.com, consumers have free, one-step access to a network of "moonlighting" heroes who
 

 

 

WWW.DefendingFreedom.Net is another website to visit. This group donated 1500 wrist bands that we gave out to those who donated to Operation Helmet. We have also placed them in gathering places for veterans and active duty members as gifts from that program and reminders that we all still care for those who have served.

 

 

 

International Society  of Dysfunctional Vets