The MilitaryPetsFOSTER Project is a nonprofit organization that provides caring homes for military pets when soldiers must leave them behind when they deploy. If soldiers cannot find a proper foster care provider for their pets such as friends or family, they are left with non-acceptable options: shelter or abandonment. The MilitaryPetsFOSTER Project is endorsed by…Details
CORE GROUP This group of dedicated moms and dads can’t be beat. You put so much of your time and energy into making sure everything is done – that every troop is taken care of – and that all the work ‘behind the scenes’ is carefully done. From our forum, to our newsletter, to our…Details
Platoon Moms and Dads
For your time, love, money and dedication in going the extra mile ensuring our troops are well taken care of in so many ways.
Callers and Linkers
For all the time you put into making calls to potential supporters, and to our awesome linkers – making sure everyone has a great support link! It’s a lot of work and you always come through.
Renner, Otto, Boisselle & Sklar, LLP, Cleveland, OHIO
We can’t even begin to thank enough, our awesome attorneys, David Galin and Warren Sklar, for all their pro bono legal work they’ve done for us. We are deeply grateful for your generosity, wisdom, and assistance in helping AAP with all legal issues.
|For thousands of US soldiers, volunteers offer extra loving care
By Paysha Stockton, Globe Correspondent | September 12, 2004 SEABROOK, N.H. — Recently, Arline Grant, of Hampstead, N.H., packed a large plastic tub with foot soaks, scented soaps, coffee, and candles, and shipped it off to Baghdad. An Air Force veteran, Grant, 38, knows how it feels to wait for mail call. She remembers the recruits in basic training whose names were never called.