Send Letters to Soldiers and Deployed Troops

Send Letters to Soldiers and Deployed Troops

Chelsea MandelloFeb 15, '182 comments

Send Letters to Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, or Marines!  

Do you have a loved one in the military who’s deployed overseas?  If so, you’ve probably struggled with the hassles of military mail more than a few times.  Troopster’s here to solve your problems.  We’re a veteran-owned business that lets friends and families of service members buy and ship personalized care packages with just a few clicks.  And, with each one of these packages, add pictures and send letters to Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, or Marines - no service bias here!  And, here are some great options to include with a letter:

What Should I Write About?

When you send letters to Soldiers and other service members overseas, even when that troop is a close loved one, it can be tough to think of the right things to say.  We get it.  As veterans with numerous deployments under our belts, the folks at Troopster both sent and received plenty of these letters, and there’s no “right answer” for what to write.  More than anything, regardless of where they are overseas, deployed troops just want a little slice of home.  So, while writing about your daily routine, or what happened at work, or how you had an amazing dinner and wished the two of you could have shared it together, or any other little piece of daily trivia may seem insignificant to you, it’ll mean the world to your loved one overseas!  Bottom line, just write from your heart, and you’ll put a smile on your troop’s face.   

What If I Don’t Know Someone Overseas?

Don’t know anyone in the service but still want to support?  Check out our 501(c)(3)-registered charitable corporation, Troopster Donation Corp.  With this great charity, you can do more than send letters to Soldiers and other deployed service members.  We give you an opportunity to adopt a troop with a tax-deductible purchase of a care package that will be sent to a service member who, for one reason or another, doesn’t have a loved one at home to send a pack.  Thanks in advance for supporting this great cause!

Comments (2)

Cynthia cy on Sep 30, '20

My older brother just got deployed and I want to write him a letter how do I get an address to send him his letter or how can I write him?

Constance Ann Roeder on Mar 25, '20

I just met someone who is in the marines .I want to support him and send letters to him. He is a sweet good man. God bless them. Lol

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