Parade Float Reminds America to Write Christmas Letters to Our Troops

A float at a Florida Christmas parade recently served as a timely reminder for Americans to join the campaign to write a Christmas greeting to our troops overseas.

The float that appeared in the Middleburg, Florida, Christmas Parade featured a soldier in a scene depicting his tour overseas juxtaposed with a second scene of the soldier’s home front with wife and kids sitting in a festive living room decorated for Christmas with a photo of a soldier featured prominently on the wall.

The purpose of the float was to remind parade-goers that they can help bring some joy to the troops who are deployed overseas and separated from their families during the holidays.

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There are several ways you can also become involved in this letter-writing campaign.

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You can send your letters to two places:

A Million Thanks
17853 Santiago Blvd.
Villa Park, CA 92861

Operation Gratitude
Attn: Angel Cuevas
17330 Victory Blvd
Van Nuys, CA 91406

Or contact your local chapter of the USO or Operation Homefront.

Also, if you would like to do more, you can consider donating to:

The National Military Family Association


Fisher House

Let’s not forget about our troops this Christmas.

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