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Letters to the Troops

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Letters To The Troops

FLAGS Across The Nation Letter to the TroopsParents, Teachers, Children and Patriots of all ages, write letters and we will send them to our troops.

Show you care with words that matter to you!

For Children: Color the American Flag and write your thoughts, here are some ideas:

“Thank you”
“You’re my hero”
“I love you”
“Thinking about you”

For Older Children and Adults write letters about yourself, poetry, words of praise, words of wisdom, words of friendship.

Download our FLAG template It’s OK to reproduce. It prints two-up.  Cut in half. 

1. Download the flag template and print on quality paper
2. Color the American Flag
3. Write a letter of appreciation and warmth to our troops
4. Children –  Put your first name on the front. No last names or addresses!  Adults – sign your name. No dates. 
5. Get friends and family  to write letters too. 
6. Bulk Letters –  Don’t send letters in individual envelopes or sealed or  stamped.  Send bulk letters in one box or large envelope. Don’t send letters with glitter or that are torn, crumpled or folded. Think neat! We will not forward on letters or cards that don’t represent respect.  
7. Bulk letters – Include a donation of $10 or more to cover postage and handling. 
8. Mail your letters to Flags Across The Nation Headquarters. Allow one to two months before major holidays.   Start early!   

FLAGS Across The Nation
P. O. Box 78995
Charlotte, NC 28271-7045

We send these letters to our deployed troops, recovering military and veterans.