How to: Write Thank You Cards to an Injured Soldier

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Our troops put their life on the line to protect our nation. Unfortunately, many of our honorable troops get injured on duty. A simple thank you card can not only brighten their day, but also show that we appreciate their hard work.

  1. Check out tricare.mil to find a military hospital address to send letters to. 
  2. More is totes better. Get your friends and classmates involved by making an announcement and hanging posters around school. Make sure to set a time and date for when and where the card writing will take place.
  3. Gather paper, pens and markers for everyone to use. Ask your principle or art teacher if you can write the cards in your school’s art room.
  4. Start writing! Remember to write heartfelt cards that express gratitude and support. 

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