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Jason Foundation


The Jason Foundation provides programs that build an awareness of the national health problem of youth suicide.







A Soldier's Child Birthday Foundation


There are many children who will never receive another birthday gift from their father or mother because they gave their life while defending our freedoms. It is the objective to communicate through A Soldiers Child to the children left behind that the memory of their parent will not fade away.







AAFES Gift Certificates


The Army and Air Force Exchange Services is where most servicemen and women do their shopping. You can purchase gift certificates for those in Iraq and those hospitalized.







Air Force Aid Society (AFAS)


It promotes the Air Force mission by helping "to relieve distress of Air Force members and their families and assisting them to finance their education.







Army Career and Alumni Program


To list job opportunities for Soldiers retiring or leaving the Army, contact







Army Emergency Relief


AER is the Army's own emergency financial assistance organization and is dedicated to "Helping the Army Take Care of Its Own".







Freedom Calls


Helping families video conference with their loved ones in Iraq. You can donate money to help keep this project going.







Hero Bracelets


Our aim is to raise money to help build a world-class advanced training skills facility to serve military personnel catastrophically disabled in operations in Iraq and Afghanistan as well as military personnel and veterans severely injured in the normal performance of duties.







Hire Vets First.







Operation Uplink


Operation Uplink provides free phone cards to deployed troops and hospitalized veterans to help keep them connected with loved ones.







Sew Much Comfort


This project is dependent on the generosity and skill of countless Americans who wish to show their support to the wounded Soldiers who have given so much of themselves in serving this country.







Tragedy Assistance Programs for Survivors (TAPS)



What Can I Do?

We appreciate the outpouring of good wishes and support of our Soldiers and Airmen deployed away from home. Although programs such as letters to "Any Soldier" and "Dear Abby" have been discontinued because of security concerns, there are ways you can support our troops protecting your freedom.


If you would like to show your support to members of the Tennessee National Guard who are currently deployed, please visit any of the below links to donate money, your time, or any items to those servicemembers currently serving overseas. The Tennessee National Guard does not endorse these sites, however, those serving truly value and appriciate your support.


If you know of any other ways to help support the troops that are not listed here, please let us know so we can add them.


Thank you!





Tennessee National Guard

Public Affairs Office

3041 Sidco Drive,

Nashville, TN, 37204



email:   tnpao@live.com


phone:  (615) 313-0633


fax:   (615) 313-3129


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Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve


Volunteers are needed in both the government and civilian workplace to continue our mission to "gain and maintain

employer support for all of our reservists and guardsmen."







American Red Cross


The American Red Cross is staffed by volunteers and helps families in emergencies







Operation Military Kids (OMK)







Soldiers' Angels


Our mission is to provide aid and comfort to the military and its families, provide immediate response to hard situations, and make sure no Soldier feels unloved. We start with letters, care pacakges, and comfort items to our deployed. We also help their families here at home as requested.







America Supports You


Join the team of non-profit organizations focused on helping our Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Coast Guardsmen,

Marines and National Guardsmen.







Adopt A Platoon


Show your support by adopting a deployed platoon at







Appreciate Our Troops


Purchase a Support Our Troops mug and a free personalized mug will be given to a current or former service member.







Books For Soldiers


Help the troops escape boredom by donating some books. You can also donate DVDs and CDs requested by Soldiers.







Cell Phones for Soldiers


Donated cell phones are recycled and turned into cash. The cash is used to purchase calling cards for

Soldiers in Iraq.







Defend America


A Department of Defense site. Send an e-mail to those who are defending our country.







Give 2 the Troops


Give2theTroops® is a non-profit organization managed by caring and patriotic volunteers. We ensure that deployed

U.S. military service members in all branches of the military are supported with letters and care packages to help boost

their morale while wounded or in combat.







Let's Say Thanks


Provides a way for individuals across the country to recognize U.S. troops stationed overseas. By submitting a

message through this site you have the opportunity to send a free personalized postcard greeting to deployed








Letters From Home









Operation Gratitude


Through Collection Drives, Letter Writing Campaigns and Donations of requested items or funds for shipping

expenses, OPERATION GRATITUDE provides civilians anywhere in America a way to express their respect and appreciation to the men and women of the U.S. military in an active, hands-on manner.






Operation Happy Note


Operation Happy Note is a volunteer effort to send musical instruments to our deployed service men

and women throughout the world.




Contact the Joint Public Affairs Office at:  615-313-0633




In Tennessee, if you or another Servicemember you know is in crisis, call (855) 435-7492 for assistance 24 hours a day,  7 days a week.


If this is a sexual assault issue, contact:



M-F 0700-1700hrs


Safe Helpline

(877) 995-5247

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