Friday, December 12, 2008

Soldier Wish Grants Wishes for our Troops

Soldier Wish Campaign, a nonprofit initiative that allows everyday people to grant the wishes of America's heroes this holiday season. It's a unique and easy way in which citizens can give back to our heroes deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan and to their families in a safe and secure manner online.

“We’re excited and honored to offer this opportunity to the American public to say ‘thank you’ to the troops,” said Jared Still, SVP and Co Founder of Wishy. “While there are many other worthy programs, the Soldier Wish Campaign allows the men and women of our armed forces to select exactly what they and their families need to make their lives a little bit easier. It also allows individuals to choose exactly how they’ll help specific men and women in uniform.”

Through Soldier Wish, individual service members and their families create Wish lists online. These Wish lists are viewable on their site. Individuals can then browse through these lists and purchase items via the site's secure servers. All personal information including the soldier’s shipping addresses, their families addresses, and the buyer’s credit card information are encrypted and kept confidential from the other party.

The Soldier Wish Campaign is one more way that troop supporters can say “Thank You” to our men and women in uniform for the sacrifice that they and their families make every day for our freedom.

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jaredstill said...

Thank you so much for covering our campaign! We love your organization and are completely thrilled about your support.

This means a lot to me, as I've deployed with, and served alongside the awesome service members that this effort is aimed to help support!

Thanks again!