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AA & AAA batteries
Books (mysteries, action, drama, science fiction).
Magazines – new or nearly new -(sports, news, entertainment, travel, nature)
Small hand-held games
Powdered Drink Mixes (individual packets are best)
Tuna in a pouch
Beef, chicken or turkey jerky
Cheese spread (no aerosol cans!)
Red licorice twists
Tootsie Rolls (both candy and lollipops)
Canned meats (no pork products)
Hard candy (individually-wrapped)
Facial cleansing pads
Shampoo and conditioner
MiscellaneousBlank cardsStationary, paperPensLettersZiploc bags (sandwich, qt., gal. sizes)
Please keep in mind that all food items must be in the manufacturer’s original packaging.
NO chocolate - 110 degree heat and chocolate do not mix well, though M&M’s are fine.
Ziploc bags make sure that potentially leaky items don’t make a mess during shipping, and service members use them to keep sand out of their things while in the desert.
Soldiers' Angels is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. Upon request, we will be happy to provide you a tax receipt for your donation.
If you have any questions, please email Soldiers' Angels or call us at (615) 676-0239.