Sunday, October 19, 2008

Supporting Our Troops this Holiday Season

For 7 years, eMail Our Military (eMOM) has been supporting U.S. troops for the holidays through our Holiday Love™ campaign. Each year we receive thousands of cards both handmade and store bought, each one special in its own way.

This year we'd like to encourage you to help us send and show your support to our troops. It doesn't matter if you're a democrat, a republican or an independant - it's not about politics. It's about supporting those who volunteered to serve our great nation. We're non-partisan and our members are from varying backgrounds and come from places all over the world. We come together here, at eMail Our Military, with one simple goal - to support our troops.

How You Can Help

Helping is easy. You can take part in any number of projects we have and you don't need to register to do so. Of course, if you do want to register you'll be able to correspond with our troops on a one-on-one basis and take part is special year round campaigns and projects.


Most importantly, we want you to take part in our Holiday Love™ 2008 Campaign!


More Ways to Help

It's not enough to slap a sticker/ribbon on your car telling the world you support our troops if that's where the support stops. It's not that our troops don't appreciate the show of support it's just we want you to really get involed. Here are some great ways to do that:


Whatever you decide to do, grab your camera and take some photos and we'll add them to our flickr photos!

These are just a few simple and easy projects you can take part in from the comfort of your computer chair. If you've got some great ideas for us, we'd love to hear them. Leave a comment and let us know.

If you've been looking for a way to show your support to our troops, now you can. You can participate in one of our many projects or register and sign up to correspond with service members one-on-one. Register with eMOM or Learn more about our holiday project to support our troops.



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17 comments:

Beth/Mom2TwoVikings said...

I think you caught me on Twitter but I put up a banner on my blog yesterday!

Thom Allen said...

put one on my blog today

semper fi

http://www.digitalthom.com

Dayngr said...

Awesome!

Michele Reneau said...

I'm going to send this out to my sphere which is mostly military.

Trish | eMailOurMilitary said...

Thanks to everyone who is taking our 7th annual holiday project viral! We appreciate it and we're going to link back to everyone who drops a comment here and adds our banner, buttons and badges.

Parenting Zoo said...

Put a little button up yesterday and will do a blog post about it too.

doctorwifemom said...

I put BOTH a small banner and your widget for contributions on my blog page.

Shileen said...

I just added a banner on my blog. Glad to be able to help out.

James H said...

What a great way to support the troops! I added my button - did you?

Mine: http://serviceafol.blogspot.com/

James

Lisa~Crazy Adventures in Parenting said...

Hi there! You're added to my website. Thanks so much for all that you do! :)

Trish | eMailOurMilitary said...

Wonderful folks! You guys are great. We're hoping for even more folks participating on their blogs. We're going to do a nice write up to thank & link to everyone.

Keep em coming!

Hancock Fam said...

Thank you! I've posted at www.WAHPM.com. Thanks for all your hard work...my brother has benefitted personally from your efforts!

Trish | eMailOurMilitary said...

You are all amazing! We'll be writing a blog post to feature your sites. Thank you so much.

Cathy Nagle said...

I too added the EOM button to my site and will be supporting our troops this Christmas. I will share this information w/ network friends. :o)
http://cathynagle.com

Becca said...

I have the icon on my blog, too!

Mariana said...

I've got a button on my blog. What a great program!

dena said...

Added a button to my blog. Thanks for the opportunity.