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He has written a letter we wanted to share with you.
Dear Fellow Soldiers, As someone who has been in your boots, I’d like to tell you what AAUSS is and what it isn’t.
When they selflessly volunteer to become a sponsor they are informed of what is appropriate and non-appropriate interactions between them and the soldier they adopt.
Inappropriate communication that is not consistent with AAUSS’s mission of “connecting supportive civilians with deployed troops to communicate encouragement and gratitude to those brave men and women serving in the United States Armed Forces” is to be reported to the volunteers who selflessly run the organization.
Our mission: To honor active US military personnel, Adopt A US Soldier is a 501c3 volunteer-based organization that connects supportive civilians with deployed troops and offers a channel by which to communicate encouragement and express gratitude to the brave men and women serving our nation and the world.
Finally, we thank our donors who allow us to send additional items such as board games, sporting equipment, healthy snacks, hygiene items, reading items and much more.
Trust me: these people are so very willing and WANTING to help you!
I’d encourage you to tell them about Adopt A US Soldier so that they too can feel supported.
There are several important points about AAUSS that you need to understand, about what it is and what it isn’t. If you are looking for romance please look elsewhere, as there are no shortage of online opportunities out there to find companionship of the romantic type.
My experience with AAUSS has been that the vast majority of sponsors are “family” type of people who are commonly married, widowed, or entire families eager to support soldiers just like you.
When I was deployed and adopted by several AAUSS sponsors, I often felt that I was imposing on them.
That when I asked for care package items that I felt a bit guilty and refrained from asking for things that I truly did need.